Facility safety



Oil-absorbent pad

Oil Eater’s new Tuff Rug is an absorbent pad for use in high-traffic areas. Tough enough for use in maintenance departments, forklift aisles, manufacturing plants and warehouse walkways, Tuff Rug pads soak up oil, grime and dirt.
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Clip-free steel guarding solution

The Clipless Steel Guarding Line is used to create robotic guards, safety guards, welding cells, conveyor guards and more. The core characteristics of the steel guarding – easy assembly, sized to exact specifications, simple modifications and modularity – remain the same.
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Vacuum system

The Dual Force Vac Drum Pump is a convenient and versatile solution for liquid material handling and spill cleanup. This proven two-way, air-powered drum pump can fill or discharge a 55-gallon drum in only two minutes with no moving parts and no shock hazard.
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Spill cleanup sock

The Pig Static-Dissipative Absorbent Sock makes cleaning up volatile organic spills safer and reduces the risk of electrostatic discharge – a critical precaution around flammable liquids and vapors.
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Vehicle restraint

The patent-pending Lock-Up Vehicle Restraint is designed to secure an intermodal container chassis or trailer to a loading dock by engaging the rear impact guard with a vertical barrier operated by a control panel mounted inside the building.
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LED communication system

The LED Countdown Light Communication System lets workers know exactly how much time is left before a high-speed door closes.
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Truck step

The Big Truck Tire Step is the only tire step that allows workers to safely step on the top of a tire.
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Storm shelters

Safe Sheds Storm Shelters meet FEMA 361/ICC 500 requirements for storm shelters and can hold up to 16 people at the required 5-square-foot-per-person allowance.
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Foam hand sanitizer

Deb InstantFOAM Complete is a broad-spectrum foam hand sanitizer that kills up to 99.99 percent of germs.
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Pallet jack safety guard

On most manual pallet jacks, the back wheels are exposed, presenting a danger to the feet of operators or bystanders.
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