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Safety Barrier Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of safety barrier manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top safety barrier manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find safety barrier companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture safety barriers to your companies specifications. Then contact the safety barrier companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of electrical safety barriers, expandable safety barriers, machine safety barriers or customized safety barriers of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Bedford Park, IL 800-622-2214

    We do machine guards unlike anyone else! Our products are a perfect fit in many different applications such as military lockers, loss prevention cabinet, security cages and tool cribs as well as many others. We have been in business for over fifty years and we are dedicated to putting all of those years of experience to work for you! To receive more information on how to get started send our staff an email or call today to learn more!

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  • Mystic, CT 800-723-7015

    At Acme Wire Products Company, you are in skilled hands for all of your safety barriers and other needs. Here, the Acme Wire team will assist you in designing the most appropriate component or part to meet your requirements including the high standards necessary to fabricate wire to exacting and repeatable measures. For all your needs, call or visit their website today!

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  • Wolcottville, IN 844-520-7233

    Our team at PowerSafe Automation works to make working environments safer for our customers by providing superior turnkey machine guarding methods. Our line of products include machine enclosures, perimeter guards, power transmission safety covers, hazardous containment enclosures, and more. For details on how we can help your workplace, contact a PowerSafe Automation representative today!

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  • Riverside, CA 800-448-2737

    Protech Systems was founded in May 1978 in South Gate, California by Jim and Mike Stephens, with the goal of becoming the industry leader in manufacturing all types of machine tool guarding. Since then, PROTECH has experienced steady growth and industry respect as a result of offering economical and practical solutions to machine tool guarding and automation. Contact us today for more information!

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  • Rockford, IL 800-922-7533

    As a trusted adviser since 1971, Rockford Systems helps organizations interpret and apply complex OSHA regulations and ANSI machine safety standards for a broad array of industrial applications. We also provide complete Turnkey Machine Safeguarding Management Solutions, including machine safeguarding assessments, machine risk assessments, over 10,000 safeguarding products, expert installation services, training and technical support, and ongoing compliance validation.

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Safety Barriers

Safety barriers are physical partitions that prevent injury and accidents in industrial applications. They keep employees and personnel away from hazardous and dangerous machinery, control traffic and keep vehicles out of certain areas. They enclose automated and robotic systems and heavy machinery that could cause injury, as well as shelving systems and racks.

Safety barriers act as both physical and visual barriers, preventing as well as warning workers of danger. They are mostly used in factories, plants, manufacturing facilities and warehouses, and may be used both indoors and out. Wherever a machine containing dangerous parts, such as cutting teeth, rotating parts or a moving belt is, a machine guard should be as well. They are usually permanent constructions, but may be relocated if necessary. By restricting the movement of people and vehicles through controlled spaces, costly and deadly accidents are prevented, ensuring a more safe work environment. All safety barriers must be OSHA inspected and approved before use to guarantee they meet the strict safety standards that are legally enforced. Safety barriers include gates, fencing, railings and barricades, which are usually made out of metals like steel, iron or aluminum, or temperature and chemically resistant plastic materials. They must be strong, durable and have high impact strength. Safety barriers come in many different shapes and sizes, but are often painted bright colors like yellow, orange and red so they are easy to see.


There are two main types of safety barriers that protect against two things: physical injury from workers interacting with dangerous machinery and costly accidents caused by vehicles. Wire guards like fencing and wire mesh barriers prevent unauthorized personnel from entering restricted areas and enclose dangerous automated machinery. Often, these systems have doors with electrical interlocks that shut down when opened. They are usually taller than six feet, easy to set up and installed with a series of posts that are mounted to the floor. The doors may be swing or panel, which is just one aspect of the barrier that a company may customize to suit its own needs. Railings and barricades that keep vehicles like AVGs, forklifts and sweepers from entering certain areas are usually low to the ground and have one or two railings. They are generally made of steel and must withstand high impact. They protect racks and shelving from lift truck damage and have a bolted construction. These guard rails prevent accidents that could ruin equipment, vehicles and products. They also prevent workers from being pinned against the wall by forklifts.