Wall Protection guards are widely used to protect warehouse and factory walls from impact. Collisions can often happen, which result in surface damage to walls – this can result in scuffs to the walls or more serious structural damage.
Wall protectors come in many different formats and designs, including rubber, foam, plastic and steel. Foam wall protectors provide light duty protection to walls and can reduce the risk of head injuries to staff. Plastic and rubber provides medium to heavy-duty wall protection and can often deflect or absorb impact from work vehicles. Steel wall protectors offer heavy-duty protection to warehouse assets and are often used in loading bays and busy freight areas.
Why use wall protection?
Using wall protectors in the workplace can
• Reduce damage to exposed walls
• Reduce the risk of serious structural damage
• Minimise the damage to impacting vehicles
• Minimise the need for repairs or replacements
Many of our wall protection solutions come with reflective sections, which can help boost the visibility of the hazard and perhaps even prevent the collision in the first place.
Rubber Wall Guard with Chevron: ideal for mounting on walls in car parks or warehouses – easily screwed to the surface and comes with bright yellow reflective strips to boost visibility.
Wall Guard with Double D Strip - a heavy-duty bolt-on solution which has a yellow (non-reflective) strip. This heavy-duty solution is widely used in distribution centres for walls and surfaces.
Right Angle Edge Protection Foam - these foam profiles come in a variety of different shapes and sizes, mainly black and yellow, and can be easily fixed in place. Impact protection foams help prevent staff head injuries and minimal protection to warehouse machinery edges.
Where to use wall protectors?
Wall protectors are common where there are exposed walls in
• Warehouse and factories
• Indoor corridors
• Storage facilities
Yes, we can ship worldwide from our Athy, UK and European warehouses. Our warehouse team ship stock items daily across Ireland and UK. For non-stock items or shipping to Europe and the rest of the world contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Standard delivery on stock items is approximately 2-3 days from date of order. Non-stock items and bespoke items may deliver from one of our UK or European warehouses and can range range from 2 to 8 weeks.
Please note that all delivery times are estimates only and we are not responsible for any event or delay out of our control.
We ship orders daily using Fastway, DHL and various pallet services. The standard shipping charge is €14.50 for single or small quantities that can go with a regular courier.
Larger items and quantities may require delivery via pallet service. Pallet charges range from €80.00 for single pallets or €160.00 for double pallets.
Please note that shipping charges are subject to change at any time.
We accept all Laser, Mastercard, Visa and Paypal payments through our website or over the phone. If you would prefer to pay via bank transfer we can send you a pro-forma invoice with our relevant bank details. Orders are processed once full payment has been received.
We offer a 30-day no quibble returns policy on stock items only. If you would like to return stock items you can do so easily by returning them to our main Athy office at your cost.
Please note all items must be in original condition and packaging. Any refunds will be made once the items are checked by our warehouse team and deemed to be in good condition.
We do not accept returns of non-stock or bespoke items. See full details on our shipping and returns page.