A unique galvanized security cage the Gorilla Gas Cage has a tough and robust design using 25mm box sections and 3mm wire mesh, features a unique modular bolt-together design using individual galvanized panels making it quick and easy to erect and dismantle. All supplied with the relevant hazard warning signage attached.
• They have been specially designed for storing gas cylinders and protect the cylinders and a variety of equipment from being tampered with or stolen. They have a padlock point to secure the unit from theft. Facility to fix to ground, for added security and stability.
• For easy delivery these are flat-packed gas bottle cages and they come complete with all fixings to build the unit.
• Resists all weather conditions for maximum durability so is suitable for use on site or in the storage yard.
• Customisable to suit any requirements.
• A cost-effective alternative to most other gas bottle cages.
GGC1 gorilla gas bottle cage
GGC3 gas bottle storage cage
GGC4 gas bottle storage cage
GGC9 gas bottle storage cage
Now also available as specials. Please let us know what size you would like for a quote within 48 hours
The new UK £1 coin will enter circulation in March 2017, and The Royal Mint is producing 1.5 billion of the new coins.
The final specification of the coin and method of introduction were decided after a ten-week public consultation which looked at the physical and material characteristics of the coin, as well as the parameters for the transition. Her Majesty’s Treasury and The Royal Mint are continuing to work with industry to introduce the new coin in a manageable way.
To view the government’s published consultation response please visit the below link
Consultation Response Paper
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In the hygiene and lots of other industries it is important that staff do not take their mobile telephones on to the shop floor for various reasons.
Companies are now providing lockers where phones, tablets and personal items can be kept securely until a task or shift is complete and the mobile phone retreived fully recharged.
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