BayNets for Automotive Maintenance

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Do you operate an open pit service bay? Have you installed a safety system yet? If not, consider what you are risking. One minor mistake is all it would take to potentially ruin your business. OSHA could fine you up to $70,000. Your insurance costs could sky rocket. Legal fees could spiral out of control. Productivity of the other frightened and angry employees would plummet. You could lose your business.

So, what are you to do? Most safety covers are expensive to buy, complicated to install and difficult to use. But not BayNets. Our systems are easy to use. Developed specifically for the quick lube industry, the BayNets Safety System® glides open and closed fast, so it doesn’t slow down your time-sensitive operations. And because it is so easy to use from either end of the bay, technicians will use the System every time.

Consider the tangible benefits of safety. . .With every step you take toward workplace safety, you protect your employees from injury and your business from these expenses. With our BayNets Safety Systems® you provide an easy, effective tool for open pit safety and promote safer work habits in a hazardous area of your service center – all at an affordable cost with high payback.

BayNets Safety System® helps you meet OSHA regulations – at a lower cost than other safety systems.
You know you need to install a safety system. BayNets is the answer.
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    Is this location a government facility? *

    Number of pits at the same size?

    Exact internal width at top of pit where hardware will be mounted

    ExactInternal length at top of pit where hardware will be mounted

    Is there a catwalk (crossover) across the pit? *

    Are there stairs into the bay? *

    Is there steel along the total length of both sides of the bay, on the top where the hardware will be welded? *

    Do you have an oil drain pan or rolling jack? *

    If you have an oil drain pan or rolling jack, what is the length of the drain pan/jack in relation to length of the pit? *

    Is the drain pan/rolling jack recessed at least 4" from the top of the pit, or are the drain pan wheels at least 4” from the side of the pit? *

    Do you need a complete system with netting and hardware? *

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