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ERT-N-K Guard Rails - Keller US
ERT-N-K Guard Rails - Keller US


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ERT-N-K Narrow End Rail and End Toeboard Assembly


End Rail and Toeboard

The ERT-N-K Narrow End Rail and End Toeboard Assembly is used with 12in and 14in wide Keller stages. Use in conjunction with stanchion posts, side guard rails and side toe board.


  • End rail and end toe board assembly for stages-narrow width (12in and 14in)
  • Use with guard rails, toe boards and stanchion posts to create 1, 2, 3, or 4 sided guard rail systems


FeatureSize / Details
StyleEnd Rail and Toeboard
Approx. Cu. Ft. Per Unit0.142
Approx. Shipping Weight (lb)4.5
Narrow SpanYes

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Additional Keller Guard Rails Series Models

Model No.StyleApprox. Cu. Ft. Per UnitApprox. Shipping Weight (lb)Approx. Product Length
ERT-N-KEnd Rail and Toeboard0.1424.5
ERT-W-KEnd Rail and Toeboard0.2337
SSP-47-KStanchion Post0.423648in

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Performance system
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