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Building and Mezzanine Column Protectors: Protecting Your Investment

Mezzanine column protectors are specialized safety devices designed to protect the vertical support columns of mezzanine structures.

Pricing Table 

Part #
Description
Height
Column Size
O.D
Weight
Price
SYP-SHORT-6-ER Red Col Protector 6″ x 24″ w/Velcro straps 24″ 6″ 24″ 28.0 $211
SYP-SHORT-8-ER Red Col Protector 8″ x 24″ w/Velcro straps 24″ 8″ 24″ 28.0 $211
SYP-SHORT-10-ER Red Col Protector 10″ x 24″ w/Velcro straps 24″ 10″ 24″ 28.0 $211
SYP-SHORT-12-ER Red Col Protector 12″ x 24″ w/Velcro straps 24″ 12″ 24″ 28.0 $211
SYP-SHORT-12-EY Short Column Protector 12″ x 24″ w/Velcro straps 24″ 12″ 24″ 28.0 $211
SYP-C-6-EL Lime Column Protector 6″ sq. w/Velcro straps 42″ 6″ 24″ 40.0 $315
SYP-C-6-EO Orange Column Protector 6″ sq. w/Velcro straps 42″ 6″ 24″ 40.0 $315
SYP-C-9R-EL Lime Std. Column Protector 9″ Round, w/Velcro straps 42″ 9″ Round 24″ 40.0 $315
SYP-C-9R-EO Orange Std. Column Protector 9″ Round, w/Velcro straps 42″ 9″ Round 24″ 40.0 $315

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Mezzanines are elevated platforms commonly used in warehouses, distribution centers, and industrial facilities to maximize floor space by creating additional storage or work areas. These structures rely on sturdy columns for support, making it crucial to protect them from potential damage caused by forklifts, pallet jacks, and other equipment.

Building and Mezzanine Column Protectors

Importance of Building and Mezzanine Column Protectors

  1. Safety: Protecting columns with robust guards reduces the risk of structural damage and collapse, preventing accidents and injuries in the workplace.
  2. Cost Savings: By preventing damage to columns, you avoid costly repairs or replacements, prolonging the lifespan of your mezzanine.
  3. Regulatory Compliance: Many safety regulations and standards mandate the use of column protectors in industrial settings to ensure a safe working environment.

Types of Building and Mezzanine Column Protectors

  1. Steel Column Protectors: Made from durable steel, these guards offer excellent impact resistance and are ideal for heavy-duty applications.
  2. Polyethylene Column Protectors: Constructed from high-density polyethylene (HDPE), these guards are lightweight yet robust, providing effective protection while being easy to install.
  3. Rubber Column Protectors: Featuring a flexible rubber design, these guards absorb impact energy, minimizing damage to both columns and equipment.

Key Considerations When Choosing Building and Mezzanine Column Protectors

  1. Column Size: Ensure the protector is compatible with the diameter and height of your mezzanine columns.
  2. Installation: Choose protectors that are easy to install and securely attach to columns without impeding access or functionality.
  3. Durability: Opt for guards made from high-quality materials that can withstand frequent impacts and harsh industrial environments.
  4. Visibility: Select building and mezzanine column protectors with high-visibility colors or reflective strips to enhance visibility and promote safety awareness.
  5. Customization: Consider customizable options to tailor protectors to specific column configurations or aesthetic preferences.

Building and mezzanine column protectors are essential safety devices that play a vital role in protecting your mezzanine structure, equipment, and most importantly, your workforce. By investing in high-quality protectors and adhering to safety standards, you can create a secure and productive workplace environment.

If you’re interested in exploring our range of building and mezzanine column protectors or need expert advice on selecting the right solution for your needs, feel free to contact us at Carolina Material Handling Inc. Your safety is our priority!

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At Carolina Material Handling Inc., we supply building and mezzanine column protectors to businesses in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Indiana, Wisconsin, California, Illinois, Virginia, and Georgia.