It’s a hot summer’s day, and you check-in on an install for one of your best customers. They ordered a BeastWire Tool Cage.
And of course, you hired the best installers because it’s important that everything goes as smooth as possible.
You sign in at the front desk and your customer hears you’re there. He flies around the corner—red in the face with his eyebrows curled together—screaming and spitting every other word.
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Let’s give a big shout out to two SGP employees—Alex Oak and Matt Sipe! They competed in the Legion 9/11 Memorial 2-Gun Match this past weekend and were awesome.
Even though this was Alex’s first Run ‘N Gun competition, his performance was amazing. He took 12th place in the overall competition and 5th in his Class. We couldn’t be more proud of him!
Matt Sipe has competed in several of these competitions and once again he came in 1st place overall and took 1st place in his class—just outstanding!
Please help us congratulate these two on their dedication and commitment in completing such a strenuous competition. We look forward to seeing more from them!
We are pleased to announce the launch of our newly improved Ford Logan website. With a fresh new look, we hope you find FordLogan easily accessible and filled with relevant content to help you on your next woven wire project.
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”Here’s the deal: we landed the project, but the customer MUST have this installed by the end of the week No compromises!”
Those were the final words our supervisor said to all of us on the installation team as we loaded up our tools. We looked around nervously wondering how we would be able to meet the deadline knowing we had to install multiple wire mesh cages, 15 tenant storage lockers, and an entire warehouse full of pallet rack safety panels.
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As the Queen of SpaceGuard, Lola Post is at the heart of all we do. She exclusively manages every order that leaves our factory for accuracy and consistency. She’s our “quality/control” program that automation can never replace.
When FordLogan Wire first opened 27-years ago, Lola was hired to maintain and prepare all the hardware packages for shipped orders. Today, Lola continues to make those kits, but now she manages the Shipping Department and loves doing it.
“My job is far from boring. There’s always something to do, and I enjoy it,” commented Lola.
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SpaceGuard manages its own GSA Schedule GS-07F-9907H which we’ve proudly held since 1999. Controlling our contract allows us to prudently manage the detail and compliance requirements of the U.S. General Services Administration. These prices, available to Federal agencies as well as many other qualifying entities, are pre-negotiated and the most competitive we offer.
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We are pleased to announce that Eddie Murphy, President of SpaceGuard Products, has been elected to the MHI Roundtable Advisory Committee for a 4-year term.
MHI is an international trade association that has represented the Material Handling Industry since 1945. SpaceGuard Products became a member of MHI in 1997 and during that time has participated yearly in either the Promat and MODEX shows. We are, also, a member of the MHI Industry Group, ProGMA (Protective Guarding) Industry Group.
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The customer with a two-level mezzanine needed a way to protect their materials and equipment on both levels. Their biggest concern was timing; they needed a way to lock up the upper level immediately. The enclosure beneath the mezzanine would need to be a custom height in certain areas in order to fit properly within overhead structures. The last key item was having a hinged door with emergency egress in one area of the mezzanine structure.
With standard sized systems stocked and ready for quick shipment, the upper-level enclosure was able to be shipped within 48 hours! In order to meet proper OSHA safety protocols, a hinged door with a panic bar was equipped at one end of the mezzanine. For the areas beneath the mezzanine, custom height partitions were supplied in a few different areas while other were able to utilize the standard 10’h material.
With FordLogan woven wire systems being inexpensive, easy to install, and available for quick shipment, the customer was able to protect their products AND their people. Contact SpaceGuard Products
today to get your quote on a secured storage cage for your mezzanine.
Data centers and colocation facilities have some of the highest security available. They utilize motion-activated cameras, biometric locks, 24-hour security guards, and that’s just to enter the building! Upon making your way into a server room, you’ll undoubtedly cross additional security measures to prevent any unauthorized access. After passing through all of these safety measures, you’ll face the final frontier for securing all that equipment….wire mesh partitions!
With stringent requirements for air quality, FordLogan woven wire systems are a perfect fit as they do not require field cutting or drilling like some cheap alternatives. Instead, all parts (doors, panels, posts) simply bolt together in the field through pre-punched holes.
The benefits go beyond the cleanliness. In fact, one of the best reasons for sourcing FordLogan woven wire cages is that they are stocked for quick shipment. That means as you get a contract for floor space, we can get you the materials you need in 48 hours (when painted in the standard gray finish).
Get the RIGHT wire mesh security enclosure for your data center or colocation facility TODAY!
A nationally recognized hospital in Chicago saved outdated patient information in their “storage area”—also referred to as their basement. With multiple doors leading to the storage site, they needed a simple solution to secure and organize all the various medical documents.
What type of enclosures would they need?
Tamper Resistant Hardware by Scott Jump
So, you sold a cage to a company requiring extra security due to the requirements of institutions like DEA, Homeland Security, Military, or a Police Department. The requirements ask for “Tamper Proof” hardware at all connections.
What does this mean for you and your installers regarding time and material?
Fortunately, you bought BeastWire!