The Rhino Deck Load system has been designed as a fall prevention system for construction workers such as bricklayers and house builders.
The system, which is self-supporting and freestanding, can hold up to 600kg/m2 of load.
It does not need a wall for lateral support, making it suitable for installation and use on a wide range of construction sites.
The systems components have been designed to fit together securely, allowing workers to install it without hand tools.
The system can also flex to fit irregular floor plans and fill in gaps.
The Rhino Load Deck system is HSE-compliant and comes with a five-year warranty.
After its range proved popular in the UK, Deborah Services made the Rhino Load Deck system available for builders across Ireland to hire and purchase.
Deborah Services branches in Cork, Dublin and Galway have been trained in how to transport and assemble the structure.
As part of its investment in its Irish branches, the company is also increasing the choice of stock that is available with the Rhino Load Deck in Ireland.
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