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Rapid Crane Shield


Rapid Crane Shield is designed to protect tower cranes from trespassers. Due to the recent surge in thrill seekers trying to carry out dangerous activities such as roof-topping, Crane Shield  reduces the likelihood of injury or fatal accidents on site.

Rapid Crane Shield  utilises 358 anti-climb prison mesh which surrounds the base of  the tower crane on all 4 sides. The panels gain significant strength by being framed with 40×40 RHS and the corners are connected via anti-tamper fixings to increase security, as well as having a security access lock fitted on the gate to stop any authorised access.

The mesh panels allow for a quick and easy inspection unlike  timber/solid guards increasing site productivity.

Rapid Crane Shield comes as standard at 3m height, although bespoke solutions could be made available depending on your site requirements. Please get in touch with us to see if we can help.


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benefits of using Rapid Crane Shield
  • Pre-galvanised wire - Increased product lifespan.
  • 358 Prison Mesh - Anti-climb.
  • Any RAL colour available.
  • Standard size - 2.7m x 2.7m x 3m height.
  • Modular sides to create any size enclosure in 1.25m increments.
  • High security number lock to stop intruders.
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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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