Pipeline Excavation & Trenching | Worksite Awareness

Rhino's excavation safety, training and work safety products protect workers, employees, and the environment. In addition to the quality safety and awareness products below, we also offer Rhino HIT Kit and Worksite Safety Signs.

Rhino Marking & Protection Systems provides innovative marking products to protect underground utilities, people and the environment. Rhino is a leader in the damage prevention industry and revolutionized the industry when introducing the TriView marking post in 1997, which offers 360 degree visibility.

 

The Kundel V-Panel is a versatile aluminum trench box designed for ease of lifting and moving around the work site. As any trench box, the shoring panels prevent ground movement and protect utilities. However this box's unique design incorporates movable panels, offering the excavator the ability to work around existing facilities or safely T-off from a trench.

Safety Wrap is a proactive safe-digging tool which reduces the likelihood of damaging exposed pipe. When digging around a pipeline, installing the wrap as soon as the pipes are visible will substantially reduce the risk of damage to pipeline coatings and pipe integrity.

The Rhino Excavation Safety Kit provides maximum protection against excavation. It is highly-visible and the contact information is permanent on the sign and decals.

The PMD Pressure Monitoring Device is portable monitoring device with real time audible and visible alarms to alert crews of overpressure and under pressure conditions.

Rhino offers a variety of 811 products with the goal of increasing awareness in the “call before you dig” campaign.

Improve safety in the work environment with portable signs that can be seen from any direction.

RhinoTube offers a highly visible portable barricade that withstands severe temperatures, and is ideal for crowd control, altering traffic patterns, hazard avoidance and job site safety.

Rhino Cable Covers have highly visible markings to help avert accidents and reduce liabilities.

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