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

Rapid Net


Rapid-EPS has developed the New Rapid Net System as a result of a comprehensive study into the problems associated with the falling of objects and workers as well as risks of falling objects for the workers or members of the public below.

Unlike similar products on the market, the Rapid Net Fan has the unique ability to adapt to various building shapes, facades, and materials, as well as cope with high wind loading, particularly in high-rise and exposed structures.

The Rapid Net Fan addresses these risks on sites by absorbing the energy of the fall and containing the falling object or person within the net.

The lightweight aluminium and steel structure allows for ease of movement around the site giving a quick and hassle free installation. With TUV accreditation to ensure the system meets the required standard, the new Rapid Net can provide next level safety.

Rapid-EPS are striving to make construction sites safer globally.

**Note corner Rapid Nets are debris only**

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benefits of using Rapid Net
  • Conforms to the standard for Fall Arrest & Debris Containment.
  • 2 x 100kg weights dropped into the net from a height of 7m without any adjustments between tests.
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Installation Guide

File Format : pdf
Filesize : 12 MB
Updated : 15/06/2022


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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