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~ STORAGE DESIGN LTD ~ SD22 ~ 2017 PREMISES SITE SAFETY


These products offer a range of solutions for warehouse management and safety, such as convex mirrors that help reduce traffic accidents and security incidents by offering clear viewpoints where vision is restricted.


Storage cages are great for securely storing many types of items ranging from cast cylinders, oil drums to general warehouse equipment. As part of the health and safety regulations, it is a requirement for employers to provide a First Aid kit within a place of work. We have a comprehensive HSE compliant range available to ensure that you meet the required regulations.


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SAFETY & SECURITY MIRRORS


• Act an anti-theft deterrent in shops to reduce the risk of shoplifting • Shatter resistant acrylic face with a protective vinyl edging • J-arm bracket mount included - allows adjustment to all angles


Code


VM18021A VM18036A VM18040A VM18057A VM18036JP VM18056JP


Type


Indoor Mirror Indoor Mirror Indoor Mirror Indoor Mirror


Indoor/Outdoor Mirror Indoor/Outdoor Mirror


VM18330A Indoor Mirror - Rectangular H400mm VM21121 VM21122


Mirror U Bolt Fitting Kit 60mm Pole Mirror U Bolt Fitting Kit 75mm Pole


Diameter 300mm 400mm 500mm 600mm 400mm 600mm 600mm


Viewing Distance 5m 7m 8m


10m 7m


10m 10m


Each


£60.00 £65.39 £82.31


£100.00 £84.62


£130.00 £115.39 £25.46 £30.00


£60.00 FROM ONLY


Convex mirrors are used indoors in offices, shops, libraries, schools and warehouse, and outdoors as traffic mirrors at concealed driveways and yards. Convex mirrors enable greater vision of blind spots and concealed areas.


EMERGENCY KEY BOXES


Emergency Key Box constructed from steel, with a break glass front panel. Ideal way to help ensure that access to the most important keys can be restricted to prevent anyone unauthorised from getting hold of them.


• Designed to hold a key for emergency use • The vibrant red of the cases means they can be easily identified when the user is in a hurry. Dimensions: H153mm x W120mm x D40mm


Code VEK0


VEK1A


VEK1AWH VEK1SFA


Type


Glass Fronted With Seal And Hammer Glass Fronted With Cylinder Lock With Cylinder Lock and Hammer Solid Fronted With Cylinder Lock


Each


£31.00 £31.00 £37.77 £31.00


£31.00 FROM ONLY


GORILLA MODULAR GAS CAGES £954.55 FROM ONLY TUFFCAGE COLLAPSIBLE GAS CAGE


A robust versatile security cage designed for safely storing gas cylinders or expensive equipment. Flat-pack, one-piece unit that is easily erected in minutes.


• Folds down to 180mm high when not in use with no removable parts • Galvanised to sustain all weather conditions • 2 padlock points for increased security


Code TC1.2


Height 1800mm Width 1200mm Depth 1200mm


Weight 120kg


Each £954.55


£429.09 FROM ONLY


Unique modular bolt-together gas cage allows the cage to be erected quickly and it can be made to any required size. Heavy-duty construction using 30mm box section and 3mm wire mesh maximises the strength and durability of the product.


• Great for a fixed installation requirement providing extra security and stability • Has the facility for bolting the cages down to the ground • Can be easily dismantled when not in use and stored away neatly as individual panels


Code GGC1 GGC3 GGC5 GGC6 GGC7 GGC8 GGC9 GGC4


Height 900mm 1800mm 1800mm 1800mm 1800mm 1800mm 1800mm 1200mm


Width


1000mm 900mm 900mm 1200mm 1800mm 1800mm 1800mm 1200mm


Depth


500mm 500mm 900mm 1200mm 900mm 1200mm 1800mm 1200mm


Each


£429.09 £592.73 £640.00 £763.64 £845.45


£1,001.82 £1,060.00 £658.18


187 STORAGE DESIGN LTD TEL:01446772614 info@storage-design.ltd.uk www.storage-design.ltd.uk


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