ALERT: ARE YOU USING THIS TO 'SAFE-GUARD' YOUR EQUIPMENT ON SITE?

March 29, 2017

 

 

This is definitely awaiting danger and hazard so to speak! You might feel that you have done your part but will this really do the safeguarding from public access? Or should we say deter theft when your items are within their reach because it is considered valuable to them?

 

We at Jinbiao has done our analysis on this product, comparing to one that we will be recommending you for a change. Imagine only using this to act as a barrier so public will avoid it. Do you think it's effective enough? Here is the analysis from us:

Dimension:
Sure it seems stable and durable but the height is low. When you wish for public to keep off and not meddle or take certain items like your bag of cement or items kept at one side behind these barriers for the night, surely a low height barrier would not stop them from stretching for something they see.

 

Aesthetics:
Clean color. That is the problem is it not? When you have something white and some words to encourage keeping away, does white scare you off? Or perhaps make you more alert to possible danger? We think not too.

 

REASON WHY YOU NEED TO SWITCH:
Did you know that it is heavy considering it looking small in size? Can you see the comparison here? Ask yourself this question, would you rather carry something that is small, heavy and least effective or would you carry something that could be of the same weight but is higher in height(more space covered), bright colors( alert public to keep off) and is easy to hook something on it to act as a privacy screen or even NOISE REDUCTION NET should you have some works going on behind.

 

Check in with Jinbiao sales@jinbiao.com.sg to inquire about the Portable Safety Fence now!

Frame Diameter: 28mm

Thickness of board: 0.8mm

Wire Diameter: 2.5mm

Height: 1.8m

Length: 1.7m approx

Finishing: Galvanized Powder Coat

Stand Diameter: 600mmH x 120mmL x 6mmT

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