Video of the Week: Kee Safety has released a video demonstrating step by step how quick and easy it is to install Kee Gate, the self closing safety gate.
The installation of Kee Gate is simple as one size fits all openings up to 1m wide and the gate can be cut to size if the opening is smaller. Watch the Kee Gate’s video to learn more about the Kee Gate, the self closing safety gate from Kee Safety.
You can view more videos from Kee Safety on the Kee Safety Youtube channel here.
Designed to work both internally and externally, on ladder and stair access points, roof hatches, walkways and roof tops, Kee Gate, ensures maintenance, inspection and warehouse staff can fulfil their job, follow best practices and comply with current safety standards, without putting their safety at risk.
Kee Gate safety gates are spring loaded so can automatically close behind the user, providing an added level of security and overcoming the potential for human error.
This type of system is the preferred solution to chains, bars or sliding tubes, as these traditional forms of protection can lead to a hazardous void, when used incorrectly.
Read more about how Kee Gate complies with latest revised BSI Standard for safety gates
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