BayNets Safety Netting Systems is a sliding net systems that adds an enhanced level of safety to any vehicle service facility by protecting personnel from injury caused by accidental tripping, slipping or walking into an open pit. If your facility has service pits, you must comply with OSHA regulations by regularly using a protective covering or guard to prevent dangerous falls into the pit. Using BayNets™ systems makes your workplace safer, and can boost productivity.
BayNets is easily adaptable to rail, bus and virtually any commercial fleet maintenance facilities. With its non-snag, easily retracted system, the pit can be open and closed from either end of the bay.
BayNets Standard Installation
BayNets™ Safety Systems are ideal for general automobile repair ships, auto lube centers and dealership service departments – any workplace where there are open pit dangers. BayNets™ protect people from falling into an pit and sustaining a serious injury.
Bus & Rail Maintenance
BayNets™ for bus and rail are custom designed for extra width and length as well as for partitions, crossover areas and multiple bay access entry. From your measurements, let our design team custom build you the perfect BayNets™ system.
Working on big rigs can pose big dangers if mechanics work in and around open bay pits. That’s why InCord also makes BayNets™ Safety Netting Systems for truck maintenance bay pits. Our safety solutions keep your people and your business trucking along without a hitch!
About BayNets™ Safety Systems
BayNets™ is a custom fabricated fall protection solution designed to fit over open pit service bays. The sliding net system is engineered to absorb the impact of a fall using high tenacity (HTPP) knotless netting. Read about common mistakes and pit cover solutions.
BayNets™ are fabricated of petroleum resistant 2-1/2 inch knotless synthetic mesh, bordered with rope and secured to a wire frame with sliding galvanized steel links. Framing anchors are made of welded forged steel. Once installed, the BayNets™ system will safely absorb the impact weight of over one ton, with a total system tensile strength of over three tons.