In commercial or industrial work environments – such as commercial kitchens, supermarkets, hospitals or manufacturing facilities – large, sometimes heavy equipment has to be maneuvered along narrow passageways and around tight corners. It is inevitable that at some point, they will knock against the walls and corners causing damage.
To protect your walls and corners as well as your equipment, and to keep your work environment looking good, aluminum or stainless steel industrial corner guards are the way to go. You will no longer have to replace or repair cracked and chipped drywall, or attempt to match colors when repainting damaged areas when using metal industrial corner guards.
Stainless steel and aluminum corner guards are perfectly suited to a wide variety of industrial, commercial and residential applications, and are ideal for medium to high impact areas like in:
Our selection of metal industrial corner guards is perfect for any project you may have.
Stainless steel corner guards are ideal for kitchens, sanitation areas, as well as hospitals, providing a modern, attractive option for effective metal corner guards protection.
Our stock features include:
We can also manufacture stainless steel corner guards to your exact specifications.
Ideal for any environment where an industrial or high-tech look is required, aluminum corner guards offer excellent protection for drywall, brick and plaster corners, or even the exposed corners of industrial machines, fridges, freezers, etc.
Choose from the following finishes:
All of our aluminum corner guards are available in stock lengths of 4′, 6′, 8′ and 12′, or we can customize to your specific requirements.
Eagle Mouldings offers both stainless steel and aluminum kick plates. Both are commonly found and used in commercial environments.
If installed properly and with the proper care, kick plates should last through the life of the building and offer excellent protection for doors and under counter skirts.
When choosing aluminum versus stainless steel kick plates, keep in mind the intended use of the door.
The standard height is anywhere from 6 inches to 24”, but there are many different options available:
A kick plate should always be ordered 2 inches narrower than the width of the door so that it doesn’t get in the way of the doorjamb when you are closing the door.
At Eagle Mouldings, we custom manufacture kick plates to your exact specifications and requirements. When you place an order with us, please remember to specify the following: