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Kee Klamp® Railing

Weldless hand-rails, safety barriers and guardrail systems that exceed OH&S safety standards.

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Railings grounded in safety

In 1934, we invented Kee Klamp® tubular fittings for use in the agriculture industry. Following the development of these simple safety barrier systems, many other uses were found.
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Kee Klamp® Creates Superior Safety Railing

Enhanced Durability

Our steel fittings are hot-dipped galvanized so every connection remains solid and lasts for decades. All fittings go through a rigorous quality control processes that includes detailed inspections through the manufacturing process. The result is incredible longevity and strength.

Simple to Adapt

Kee Klamp® is modular so it can be easily configured and installed precisely to your needs. Railings come in a variety of galvanized steel or aluminum finishes. The guardrail accommodates toeboards, in-fill panels, or safety gates, while exceeding OH&S compliance.

Easy to Install and Repair

There are no special tools or labor needed to install Kee Klamp® railings. All components are secured with just a hex set-screw. Because of its modular design, the railing can easily be modified by simply cutting it to size. It’s also easy to repair a damaged section by simply removing and replacing it.

Key Features

OH&S compliant

The Kee Klamp system exceeds OH&S regulations and compliance, so you can rest assured your safety railing ticks all the relevant codes.

Custom designed

With its highly versatile and flexible modular design, our railing can be configured to the exact specifications of your site.

Strong components

Kee Klamp guardrail is galvanized inside and out with a proprietary coating to guarantee corrosion resistance, even in the toughest environments.

Install quickly

The slip-on components come together easily and are firmly locked in place with hexagon set screws. It means you don’t require any specialized labor or tools.

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Kee Klamp Components Fittings

The Kee Klamp Component

The engineering principle behind the Kee Klamp® fitting is the foundation of the most versatile tube connection system available. There are many variations of tubular fittings to suit a wide range of applications, providing the versatility to achieve any structural configuration.

Kee Klamp Fittings
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Keeping people safe since 1934

Kee Klamp was Kee Safety's very first product invented by George H. Gascoigne and his colleagues to create a safety barrier in cow milking stalls. Since then the company has produced over 100 million fittings, many of which are still in use to day. A testament to the longevity of his design.

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Frequently Asked Questions

    • How Strong are Kee Klamp Fittings?
      A Kee Klamp® fitting (size 5 to 9) can support an axial load of *2000 lbs (900 kg). per grub screw with the grub screw tightened to a torque of 29 lbs.
    • How do I keep the fittings from being tampered with?
      Grub screw inserts are available to deter tampering with a finished Kee Klamp Structure.
    • How do I install Kee Klamp?
      The basics of installing Kee Klamp Structures is simple – an hex key is all that is needed to tighten the set-screw and lock the fitting in place. From there any structure or railing system can be build, which is why we commonly refer to them as “tinker toys for adults.” For product-specific installation instructions please view the resource section of that product page.
    • How long will Kee Klamp Last outdoors?
      Our galvanized fittings are designed to last 30+ years in outdoor environments. Some 60+ year old fittings can still be spotted in State and National Parks across the US, including Niagara Falls and the Adirondack region of New York.
    • What happens if I damage a Kee Klamp Structure?
      Simple, simply untighten the set screw of the affected area and replace with a new fitting. No cutting, welding, or threading required!

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Projects Featuring Kee Klamp Railing

    travel restraint / rooftop fall protection / fall protection equipment / fall arrest equipment

    Design and Installation

    We offer full design and installation services that include a complete on-site survey. We also produce comprehensive shop drawings to help you visualize the end result. With our detailed project outline, you can be confident that your project is professionally specified, and that all safety concerns and standards are addressed to your satisfaction.

    Alternatively, you can spec and install Kee Klamp yourself with our easy-to-follow instructions – it all starts with a call to our knowledgeable staff!

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    Kee Klamp Galvanised Railings Applications

    Highest standards for on the ground safety

    • Federal [Canada] Canada Occupational Safety and Health Regulations, SOR/86-304, Sections 12.01 to 12.09
    • Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code, 2009 Part 9, Fall Protection Sections 138 - 161
    • British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, B.C. Reg. 296/97 Part 11, Fall Protection, Sections 11.1 to 11.10
    • Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Regulation, Man. Reg. 217/2006 Part 14, Fall Protection, Sections 14.1 to 14.23
    • New Brunswick General Regulation -N.B. Reg. 91-191 Part VII, Protective Equipment, Sections 49 - 51
    • Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, 2012, N.L.R. 5/12 Part X, Fall Protection, Sections 138 to 146
    • Northwest Territories Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, R-039-2015 Part 7, Personal Protective Equipment, Sections 103 to 109 and Part 9 Safeguards, storage, warning signs and signals, Sections 118 to 124
    • Nova Scotia Workplace Health and Safety Regulations, N.S. Reg. 52/2013 Part 21, Fall Protection, Sections 21.1 to 21.4
    • Nunavut General Safety Regulations, R.R.N.W.T. 1990, c. S-1, Part 7 Sections 104 to 109, and Part 9, Sections 118 to 122
    • Ontario Construction Projects, O. Reg. 213/91 Sections 26 - 26.9 and Industrial Establishments, R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 851 Section 85
    • Prince Edward Island Fall Protection Regulations, EC2004-633
    • Quebec Regulation respecting occupational health and safety, O.C. 885-2001
      Division XXX, Means and Equipment for Individual and Group Protection Sections 347 - 349.1 and
      Safety Code for the construction industry R.R.Q. 1981, c. S-2.1, r. 6 Division II, General Provisions Sections 2.9.1 to 2.9.3, Safety measures
    • Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, 1996, R.R.S., C. O-1.1, R. 1 Sections 102 to 107, and Sections 116 to 116.3
    • Yukon Occupational Health and Safety Regulation, O.I.C. 2006/178 Protective Equipment and Clothing - Fall Arrest Sections 1.37 to 1.43
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