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MIND THE GAP!

WHY RISK PASSENGER SAFETY?
Install Platform Gap Filler

Without Platform
Gap Filler*

With Platform
Gap Filler

*Image depicts actual occurrence - Stirling Station, Perth on 6 August 2014.

A sturdy, hard-wearing rubber strip that is
mounted along the edge of a train platform,
Platform Gap Filler helps reduce the gap
between the platform and the entrance of
a passenger train, significantly reducing the
likelihood of a passenger slipping through.
Platform Gap Filler reduces your risk of liability
by improving passenger safety and access for
the mobility impaired. It also assists in minimizing
train delays by increasing the efficiency of
passenger entry and exit times.
Non-toxic, fire resistant and UV stabilized,
Platform Gap Filler from Delkor Rail is available
in a range of colors, sizes and configurations to
suit your requirements.

For more information, please contact:
Rick Steininger
Construction Polymers Technologies
2671 Timberglen Drive East
Wexford, PA 15090-2502
Phone: 330-770-4147
rick@constructionpolymerstech.com

For more information, visit www.MassTransitmag.com/12411961


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