Having supplied the civil engineering and construction industry with electronic safety systems for over 20 years, GKD have the pedigree and know how to satisfy the needs of this ever-evolving market. Our excellent and experienced engineering capability means we have provided highly effective solutions to ensure customers carry out safe lifting operate at safe heights and govern motion control when using construction machinery. See our product range to identify the right solution to meet your needs.
The success of 3RCI and SpaceGuard has led to GKD Technik becoming market leader and number one supplier of electronic safety systems for the rail market. Rail maintenance and renewal is fast becoming a specialist area for GKD, more recently providing height limiting solutions for the market.
A market for our Proximity Warning System, safety in warehouses and depots is an area GKD look to satisfy. Challenges like fast moving vehicles, blind corners, tight pedestrian walkaways and congested areas can cause real problems to the safety of personnel and also brings risks of collision to vehicles such as fork lift trucks.
The large machinery used in ports and dockyards allows for various GKD systems to be implemented, from Height Limiting solutions for telehanders and cranes to Proximity Warning for personnel safety, our innovation and design is more than applicable in this industry.
GKD’s Motion Control solutions are effective in the waste industry for use on excavators and other large mobile plant often found on landfill sites, waste transfer stations and recycling plants. This is also a dangerous environment for personnel where the clutter and build up of waste can provide line-of-sight barriers to operators; this is where SiteGuard is applicable.
Similar to a lot of construction plant, a quarries and aggregates environment is often a busy site, with plenty of large mobile plant and personnel present. Offering several solutions from Rated Capacity Indication to Incline Alert, GKD Technik can compliment the excellent working practices in this industry, to ensure optimum safety on site.
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