Composite walkway Kee Walk®

composite walkway
composite walkway
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Kee Walk® provides a safe, anti-slip, level walkway for anyone who needs to access a roof in the course of their work. It provides a clear demarcation route which protects the roof surface from unnecessary damage and uniformly distributes the pedestrian load across its surface. Kee Walk® is designed for modern roof types including trapezoidal profile composite or built up and standing seam metal roofs. It can be used on flat, barrel and sloping roofs, with steps and a traverse option allowing access to be created for virtually any roof configuration from 0 to 35 degrees. The product complies with the test requirements of EN 516:2006. Kee Safety also offers Kee Walk® rooftop walkway with integrated guardrail providing the highest level of collective fall prevention for roof access and work at height. Features & Benefits off Kee Walk® Roof Walkway Clear on-roof demarcation to prevent roof surface being damaged Designed for modern roof types including trapezoidal, profile, composite or built up and standing seam metal roofs Flexible, modular roof walkway system adaptable to changing roof angles from 0 to 35 degrees; fully adjustable on site Standard parts available from stock Modules supplied as 1.5m and 3m pre-assembled sections Steps and a traverse option available Nylon or aluminium treads with enhanced slip resistance ensure Kee Walk® is secure under foot The Glass reinforced Nylon Treads have excellent UV stability so will not degrade with exposure to intense sunlight The Nylon treads are fire rated to Class HB of UL94 so don’t present a fire risk Easy to install and cost effective roof walkway safety solution

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