CHOOSING THE RIGHT TRENCH PLATE IN NEVADA
Are you digging a trench, but don’t know how to abide by the safety regulations in Nevada? Trench plates are a piece of essential safety equipment for any project that involves digging a trench. They help protect workers and pedestrians from falls and other hazards that could cause serious injuries. The two main types of trench plates are pedestrian trench plates and steel trench plates.
Pedestrian trench plates are made from various materials, including composites, plastics and aluminum. They are designed to be lightweight and easy to install, making them ideal for use in areas with high pedestrian traffic such as sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike paths. They are also a good choice for covering utility trenches in areas where people live or work. They are also slip-resistant to ensure safety and prevent tripping.
Steel trench plates are made from heavy-duty steel and can withstand heavy traffic and wear and tear, making them more durable than pedestrian trench plates. They are typically used in construction and utility projects where heavy machinery will be used.
Steel trench plates are available in a variety of sizes and thicknesses to meet the needs of any project. They can also be customized to fit specific job site requirements.