midrail

midrail

A rail approximately midway between the guardrail and platform, secured to the uprights erected along the exposed sides and ends of platforms.
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As part of its acquisition strategy, FSI has partnered with MidRail LLC, a team of experienced rail industry veterans focussed on originating, acquiring, and developing rail assets and operations in North America.
For instance, neither steel nor plastic banding can be used for toprail or midrail constructions in the U.S.
The safety railing system will have a midrail that will be located in an equal distance from top rail and walking or working surface and be able to withstand 150lbs of force applied in any downward or outward direction at any given point along the midrail.
Injury/fatal Operator/ Life line rope with Signal man fall arrester is used for ascending and descending the crane Fatal Operator/nearby -Continuous workmen dewatering is undertaken -Bund is formed around the mast foundation 8 Injury/fatal Operator/nearby -CMPC scheme is workmen adopted for tie fixing -Inspection by expert during fixing of inserts is conducted -Quality of structural steel is checked by mechanical expert before erection Injury Operator/signal Access provision is man given over the tie with min 600mm width platform, handrails (top & midrail) & toe boards Fatal Operator Instruction has been given to operator not to swing near the HT line.
You may want to try using a rope caulk, such as Mortite, around the perimeter of your interior windows and at the midrail where the two sashes meet.
This will consist of an upper guard rail between 42 and 45 inches, a midrail halfway between the deck and the upper rail and a third rail ten inches above the deck.
Safety features include 60" high expanded metal back, dual locking gate, 42" high handrail with 21" midrail and 4" high kickplate.