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RAPID EPS Unit D Treefield Industrial Estate, Gelderd Road, Gildersome Leeds LS27 7JU

Web Fix Bracket


The most popular method of fixing to the steel frame is by utilising the versatile Web Fix bracket. The bracket offers a vertical and horizontal indexing facility through the offset hole pattern or the arms. The positioning of the fixing holes for the bracket would be modelled and indexed before reaching the site for a fast and efficient installation.

Working in connection with the Web Fix bracket, 200mm & 400mm extension arms can extend the range achievable with the Web Fix Bracket.

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benefits of using Web Fix Bracket
  • Web Fix Extension Brackets increase the capabilities of the standard range of bracketry from 560mm, out to 1300mm. (200mm + 400mm Extension arms available)
  • Allows the steel framing system and metal decking to be installed without clashes with the edge protection.
  • Attaches to the web of the beam or face of box section by bolting the brackets to pre-drilled holes.
  • Steel frame edge protection installation can be carried out swiftly and safely at ground level.
  • This steel frame edge protection system requires a Steel Frame Post and Rapid Panel for BS EN 13374:2013+A1.2018 Class A.
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Installation Guide

File Format : pdf
Filesize : 3 MB


At our recently upgraded training centre in Leeds, product training and training covering the standard for temporary edge protection systems, BSEN13374:2013+A1.2018 is available to all customers.

The level of training undertaken at the Rapid Centre will involve practical sessions including product installation and hazard identification and also theory session.

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