Getting your forklift license is just the beginning of learning how to safely and efficiently operate forklifts. You won’t be an expert in operating them immediately after being granted a license either. For perspective, this is what it looks like from the forklift operator’s view.
The airbags are high profile items that must be stored and controlled. A tall storage system was required to allow for pallet racks and a wire mesh ceiling was put on the cage to control projectiles in case of a fire. The cage was powder coated yellow to distinguish the safety features of the cage.
A St. Louis craft brewery wanted to create a dedicated space for empty bottle storage in addition to securing the storage area from damage that could then cause a collapse.
Hey in the background, what you’ll see here is, we have built the wire partition around our conveyor area because after we paint the product, it’ll go upstairs and take a lap around the building to dry and then come back down.
Manufacturing and Distribution facilities have many areas where there are high risks of injury. You are responsible for keeping your workers and equipment safe, and without proper safety equipment, you open up your facility to the potential of injury.
Just another way to keep your employees safe and secure. Okay, and the last place I’ll show you.
Wells Fargo required multiple wire mesh partition cages within their downtown facility. Two cages were used to protect entering the computer server rooms. Several additional cages were used to control access to both financial and confidential information.
As the leading manufacturer of woven and welded wire partitions in the nation, we enjoy working with our dealers throughout the nation and showcasing how our products are increasing efficiencies and safety in diverse industries across the nation.
WireCrafters made the trip to the MODEX Show in Atlanta, Georgia from April 9-12. If you had the opportunity to stop by the booth, you would have seen a few things. The first thing that caught many visitors’ eyes was our back wall of the booth. The second thing, or we should say person, they came to see was our very own Milt Tandy, “star” of Mondays With Milt.
If you are planning to attend the show, be sure to stop by our booth, #2147 and say hello! We’ll have lots of free swag and even free infographics and brochures we created that provide valuable information that will benefit your business.