Mezzanine Guard Rail

Mezzanine Guard Rail

Tenant storage lockers have an infinite number of applications. They are used in the largest military bases in the world, they are found in apartments and condos nationwide, and they can even be found in your local sports team’s locker room. Storage lockers are a great solution when storage is needed but not a lot of space is available.

BeastWire mesh storage lockers provide optimal circulation for air, light, and heat whereas a solid locker does not. All BeastWire panels have a welded wire mesh that is welded into an angle frame providing lasting protection. BeastWire storage lockers come in a variety of standard sizes (see below) in single, double, and triple tiers. A single-tier locker has one full-height door and typically no shelves. Double-tier and triple-tier lockers have two and three doors, respectively. Each tier is divided by a fully framed shelf which installs in moments.

  • Welded wire design provides ultimate strength and durability.
  • Doors are fully framed and are pre-hung making installation a breeze.
  • Lockers can be fitted with a host of options including shelves, back panels, ceilings/tops, hangrod assemblies, and even sliding doors.
  • BeastWire lockers provide more security and prevent damage in comparison to lockers that use unframed webs.
  • All systems come finished in a polyester powder coat (BLACK) which lasts longer than enamel based finishes.

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BeastWire Mezzanine RailGuard Brochure

BeastWire RailGuard is a full handrail a system including a wire mesh infill and optional kickplate, using all standard BeastWire components. BeastWire RailGuard wire mesh infill panels prevent projectiles & other falling objects from exiting elevated work platform or catwalk along the handrail, stairwell, and pallet drop area.

Wire Mesh RailGuard Platform Systems - Material Specifications (PDF Download) Word Doc

BeastWire Mezzanine RailGuard CSI3 Architectural Specifications (Word Doc Download)


BeastWire RailGuard Installation Guide

RailGuard Installation Guide


Mezzanine Rail Guard Components

Gate Options

Single and bi-parting hinged gates available. Standard with a padlock hasp. Optional spring hinges are also available. Please note that code may require separate fall protection to protect the elevated platform edge when the gate is open. Engineered dual pivoting gate systems are now also available. Please contact your sales representative for more information.




Kick Plate

Optional kickplates consist of (2) 2” x 1-1/4” channels (BeastWire growth plate) punched to bolt through to the bottom of infill panels when a kickplate is not designed as part of the elevated platform. These growth plates can be cut and notched in the field, as required.



Mounting Options

RailGuard uses a 42” high, 2” x 2” 14-gauge square tube post welded to a punched base plate. Standard base plates are 4” x 4” x 1/4" offset to allow guarding system to fit close to the ledge. 2” x 7” x 1/4” base plates are also available. All base plates are punched for 3/8” anchoring hardware. Optional separate base plates are available to mount to grated platforms. Plastic caps are provided for the tops of each post to prevent catch points.


Please note that some corners may only require one carriage bolt connection so long as the other side of the panel is connected to its post with at least two bolts.




Panels & Mesh Options

Panels come standard in one-foot increments up to 10' wide and 5' high, constructed of 10-gauge wire welded in a 2" square mesh pattern, welded securely into a 1-1/4" x 1/8' thick angle frame. Other options are also available, including 1” square and 1-1/2” diamond 10-gauge woven wire mesh infill.



Rail System

RailGuard uses 2” x 2” x 14-gauge square tube post as a top handrail. A handrail is punched with 4 holes to pass connection hardware through to wire mesh panel below. Utilizes carriage bolts and plastic extruded carriage bolt adapters to prevent catch points or dimpling of the railing when tightened.