Hole Cover

Product Demo

Here is the product demo for the Hole Cover, which demonstrates how the product can be used in a step-by-step guide. Use the arrows to step through the demo.

Step 1 of 9: Introducing the Hole Cover from Massolutions - a division of Beresford's Flooring Ltd.

Step 2 of 9: Locate the holes to be covered

Step 3 of 9: Attach the wedge to the cable tie

Step 4 of 9: Squeeze legs together and lower it into the hole

Step 5 of 9: The cable tie is then pulled to locate the wedge

Step 6 of 9: The wedge has secured the legs into position

Step 7 of 9: The cable tie is then trimmed

Step 8 of 9: With the Hole Covers fitted, the trip hazard is eliminated - underside view

Step 9 of 9: With the Hole Covers fitted, the trip hazard is eliminated - top view

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What is it?

Remove trip hazards by using the Hole Cover - a strong, vivid, tool-free and anti-slip alternative to the wooden board.

SED Award Winner

SED

The Hole Filler was short listed for the SED 2007 Concrete Innovation Award For Excellence. The overall winner was our Instant Pipe Shutter.

Key Benefits

  • Vivid colour
  • Strong
  • Versatile
  • Tool-free
  • Anti-slip surface

About the Product

The Hole Cover is a thin, bright yellow, anti-slip, plastic board with legs built into its base, which provides a quick, slim-line, eye-catching, tool-free alternative to the traditional timber board cover.

During the installation of precast concrete products, there is frequently a problem when working on newly installed precast flooring units, which are supplied with pre-formed service holes.

This poses a significant hazard to site operatives and other traders people accessing the floor following completion of the precast flooring installation and can carry risks such as broken, sprained, cut or bruised ankles and shins.

At present, it is common practice to place a board over the hole, which is not usually fixed in place and can easily be dislodged.

Providing secured boards is a relatively time consuming process - the board needs to be cut to size, before holes are drilled and the board is screw fixed using a power tool. Once fitted, the boards themselves can become a trip hazard due to the thickness of the timber.

The majority of boards used are either plywood or untreated planed timber. By nature, these surfaces are not easily recognised as a trip hazard and after a while, the board can cultivate algae on the surface, making it slippery underfoot.


Small Hole Cover (for holes up to 210mm diameter/200mm square)

Our Small Hole Cover is 250mm square on plan and provides a very quick, slim-line, eye catching, tool-free* alternative to traditional timber board protection.

Refer to the Small Hole Cover Installation Guidelines for further information on installation.

*Screw fix advised for holes > 170mm diameter.


Large Hole Cover (for holes up to 300mm square)

The Large Hole Cover is 350mm square on plan and provides a very quick, slim-line, eye catching screw fix alternative to traditional timber board protection.

Refer to the Large Hole Cover Installation Guidelines for further information on installation.