- Single floor, fully adaptable light duty perimeter debris netting system for concrete construction
- Contains jobsite debris from construction activities including items at the pour level and during installation and removal of tables or forms
- Catches bricks, concrete blocks, hand tools, and general construction debris
- Meets ANSI and OSHA standards by providing fall protection from the working surface of the floor to which the system is mounted
- The entire system can be moved up to the next floor level as construction progresses
- Provides security and safety to workers, the public and equipment
- Easily installed from one level without the use of a crane or specialized equipment
Convenient, Economical and Safe Net System!
The DBI-SALA perimeter net debris system is a convenient, economical way to ensure protection, confidence and productivity at your concrete building site.
This system is the first lightweight system for rigging nets around the perimeter of new concrete buildings.
Unlike old perimeter systems, the netting is purchased in convenient 25 ft. (7.5m) units and installed with sturdy hardware that is half the weight of old style nets.
The system allows single floor attachment for closer protection at the pour level.
Unique Features for Dependability and Productivity!
- Starter and add-on-kits include a 10 ft. (3m) x 25 ft. (7.5m) wide net with 1/8 in. (3.2mm) debris liner, floor clamps, 10 ft. (3m) arms, cables, shackles, straps and related hardware
- Corner Kits include a 12 ft (3.6m) x 12 ft. (3.6m) x 17 ft. (5m) net, 4 in. (10cm) mesh, 1/8 in. (3.2mm) debris liner and snaps
- Non-destructive floor clamps are easily attached to concrete slabs 6 to 12 in. (15-30cm) thick and placed every 25 ft. (7.5m)
- Nets extend 10 ft. (3m) out from floor edge on arms that are attached securely to the floor clamps, meeting standards for fall distance of up to 5 ft. (1.5m) - ie: a fall from the working surface of the floor to which it is mounted
- 4 in. (10cm) mesh nets provided with 1/8 in. (3.2mm) debris liners for debris such as tools, bricks, and building materials
- Materials are re-useable and easily re-rigged
- Less costly than other alternatives