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Our HatchGuard roof hatch railing systems are a bolt-on, non penetrating guardrail with a self-closing safety gate and hand grips to assist in access or egress through the hatch. It is available in either a galvanized steel or painted steel finish. The HatchGuard rooftop hatch protection system meets and exceeds the applicable roof hatch guardrail codes. Now available with a roof hoist attachment to safely lift materials through the hatch.

HatchGuard Features:

  • Penetration into the roof or hatch kerb is unnecessary, as the roof hatch guardrail is clamped to the roof hatch
  • Supported by four feet at the corners which places the loading on the roof, and not the roof hatch.
  • Fasteners for installation of the HatchGuard included
  • Grab bars assist access or egress from hatch
  • Comes with industrial self closing safety gate for roof hatch fall protection
  • Installs quickly and easily
  • Provides open hatch protection
  • Is available in either powder-coated or galvanized finish
  • Pre-drilled and slotted holes adjust to fit on site
  • Fits many different roof hatches
  • Bolt-on hoist option now available to safety lift materials through roof hatch
  • Hoist attachment can be folded down when not in use

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