Security Cage Idea's

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Old 11-29-15, 01:43 PM
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Security Cage Idea's

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I am looking for some idea's for building a security cage on one of the service landing for my job. I want to avoid drilling into the concrete floor - due to tension cables, but I can secure into walls and maybe construction adhesive to floor. Any ideas?

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What exactly are you trying to secure? Is the "service landing" a loading dock?
 
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Old 11-30-15, 06:30 AM
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Depending on how permanent you want your cage attached there are industrial adhesives that can almost permanently bond just about anything. We can't give any specifics without knowing what you're trying to attach but I assume it will be steel or aluminum. I would consider using mechanical fasteners where you can and glue where you can not.

Construction adhesive can be quite strong but I'm thinking of industrial adhesives, often epoxies. They are more specific to what they bond but if you follow the instructions they can be incredibly strong. You'll also need to consider how much contact or bond surface area you'll have. Generally more is better.
 
 

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