Wire mesh partitions are modular steel systems that are used for safety, security, and separation. Mesh, welded or woven, securely welded inside sturdy angle frames to create a single wire partition panel. Bolt these wire mesh partition panels to square steel tubing posts to create a strong and rigid modular wall or enclosure.
Use wire partitions in manufacturing and warehouse facilities for tool cribs, maintenance equipment cages, and general storage areas. WireCrafters wire partitions built free-standing, multi-use storage cages and enclosures on facility floors. Secure enclosures are constructed with wire partition panels and used for inventory control where open access to products may be a problem. Wire partitions use machine guarding and robotic work cells where safety is a major concern. As a safety product, wire partition panels are bolted to the back of pallet racks to protect personnel in active aisle ways from potential falling objects.
Features of Server Cages
Stock Panels: Panels come in one-foot increments from 1′ to 10′ wide. In heights of 4′ and 5′, and are available for shipping!
Reconfigurable Design: System reconfigured as needs change or when adding additional servers.
Utilize Existing Services: Our open but secure design allows free circulation of light, HVAC, and fire suppression systems throughout the separate server storage areas.
Clean Installation: No cutting or grinding required. So no worries about debris infiltrating the air during server cage installation in an operating facility.
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Build tool cribs of any size and configuration with Woven Wire Partition System. Unlike chain link fence or other alternatives, wire partitions fully frame wire mesh panels that bolt together section by section. Most maintenance departments can install this modular partitioning product without the use of special tools or equipment; allowing for an easy installation of tool cribs and security cages.
Using our wire partition panels, you may construct tool crib walls and ceilings from the same modular sized panels. Stack the partition panels to your desired tool crib wall height. And the panels easily bolt to posts using standard hand tools. A full line of hinged, double hinged, and sliding doors are available for tool crib use, and the open but secure design allows free circulation of light, HVAC, and fire suppression systems throughout the secured areas.
With a designated, secure area to store tools and equipment, you no longer worry about who has what tool. No need to fear where tools have been misplaced. Many companies seek wire partitions to organize their tool rooms. Because this move pays dividends in return. When a maintenance person needs a tool to work on equipment in the plant, they go to the tool crib. Here, they sign out the tool they need. Many tool cribs have a service window so the plant personnel do not have to enter into the actual tool crib.