Utility safety: Security on Wheels

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Work safety equipment: The “TUG” or Towable Utility Gate can be used to prevent unauthorized traffic from entering hot zones during emergencies or routine maintenance, for securing construction sites, and for numerous other daily applications. The TUG packs into a compact unit and can be towed by all vehicles and easily positioned by hand.

Several TUGs can also be towed in a daisy chain for rapid successive deployment. The American made TUG can cycle the arm thousands of times between charges and has a solar option that allows unlimited field use. The TUG comes standard with a 12 ft. segmented reflective arm, built in 110 VAC charger and 12 in. highway rated tires. Options also include radio control, keypad and a wired control. The TUG is also available as a HUG (Heavy Utility Gate) with adjustable pads for longer term use.

For more information about Towable Utility Gate or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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June 2014
Volume 18, Issue 6

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