Kee Pivot Pallet Gates

For Mezzanine Edges and Loading Bays

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Kee Pivot Gates for continuous edge protection on mezzanines and raised work spaces

Kee Pivot works to eliminate this problem by creating a constant edge protection barrier while allowing loading and unloading of pallets to happen from one point.

In addition to putting workers at risk of falls, raised loading bays and mezzanines are difficult to protect with standard edge protection solutions since they require access for loading, unloading, and storing materials.

Kee Pivot for Edge Protection and Loading Access

A Kee Pivot Gate is a lightweight, fixed point opening system that can be manually rotated to open one side for loading or unloading while leaving the other securely closed to avoid voids.

Despite its light weight, the gate can be safely operated by a single person, ensuring no risk of falls. A Kee Pivot Gate can be adjusted to fit voids up to 1.8m in height, with a recommended height of 1.1m.

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Kee Pivot for Modular Loading Gate Solution

Pallet Gates are modular, as are all Kee products, eliminating the need for welding or hot work. As part of a comprehensive safety solution, the Pallet Gate can be retrofitted to existing structures.

Kee fittings are durable, so if the gate becomes damaged, only the damaged components need to be replaced, negating the need to replace the entire gate.

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Why Use Pallet Gates?


Fully Adaptable

Configurations to suit virtually any mezzanine floor or raised working surface.



Quick and easy assembly, and widths can be adapted to accommodate openings up to 1.8m wide.


Strong and Durable

Cycle tested for 50,000 openings for durability, and salt spray tested for 672 hours for corrosion resistance.

60 Second Overview of Pallet Gates

A few examples of how Pallet Gate can be used

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