If the site does not allow for bolting the safety fence to the concrete, there are a few alternative methods that can be used for installation. These include:
- Using a clamp system: A clamp system allows the fence to be attached to the concrete without the need for drilling or bolting. This method is quick and easy to install, and it is also removable, which is ideal for temporary or rental situations.
- Using a freestanding system: A freestanding system is a stand-alone fence that is not anchored to the ground. This type of fence is ideal for sites where drilling or bolting is not allowed. The fence can be made of various materials such as metal, plastic, or wood.
- Using a tension-based system: A tension-based system uses tension to secure the fence in place. This method uses cables or ropes that are attached to the fence posts and tightened to hold the fence in place.
- Using a surface mount system: A surface mount system attaches the fence to the ground using a base plate. This method can be used on hard surfaces like concrete, or asphalt.
It is important to note that the appropriate installation method will depend on the specific site conditions, safety requirements, and budget. It is always recommended to consult with a professional to determine the best solution for your specific needs.