Rack Netting, Standard Offset

RackGuard netting is a cost-effective, engineered solution designed to make warehouses safer for employees and visitors alike. RackGuard is installed on the back of storage racking to protect aisle ways, work areas and machinery from products that may become dislodged and fall to the ground below.


RackGuard netting systems typically use Engineered offset brackets to run the cables and allow the netting panels to be installed a certain distance from the face of the racking. This allows for pallet/product overhang. Standard offsets have allowance for 4” or 6” settings, but offsets are available in sizes ranging from 2” up to 12”.

Cost Effective:

RackGuard systems are more cost-effective than the other options on the market (ie/ steel mesh panels). Not only that, engineering-wise, RackGuard netting systems are designed to absorb energy during a fall, resulting in very low stress (if any) on the racking system itself. Steel mesh, on the other hand, is secured directly to the racking and in the event of a product fall, the load is transferred directly to the racking, potentially damaging the frames.


RackGuard systems have been the industry leader for rack protection for many years, and have proven themselves time and time again by catching product before it hits the ground – preventing potential injury (or worse), or damage to equipment and product.


RackGuard not only provides a safe work environment, it also gives employees that extra feeling of safety while performing their daily duties. An employee who doesn’t have to worry about potential hazards is a more productive employee.

Additional information

Part Number

Standard Offset RackGuard

Weight Capacity

Load Rated Netting Panels (2500#)


RackGuard Netting Panels Are Treated to Meet NFPA 701 Standards for Fire-Retardancy. Netting Panels Have Been Tested and Rated in Accordance With ANSI A10.11, Not Only Individually But As A Complete System With All Of The Hardware Installed Onto A Racking System And Tests Made To Simulate A Real-Case Product Fall.



What Comes in the Kit

Rigging Hardware, Netting Panels, Offset Brackets, Installation Guide