Innovative & Customizable Machine Guards

Made from sturdy polyethylene, these machine guards can be custom designed in any size to cover the rotating shafts and drive components.


Machine Guarding Solutions by UniGuard Machine Guards cannot rust and is not affected by the ultraviolet rays of the sun and can be used in chemical environments where higher priced stainless steel material had been required.

Easy Installation

Designed for easy installation, the machine guards can be purchased with the proper diameter and style to cover a shaft, coupling or belt drive.

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We are committed to providing superior service by supplying innovative engineering assistance, professional equipment and machine guarding selection, competitive deliveries and service.

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Custom Machine Guards for Kentucky Chemical Plant

Custom Machine Guard for Chemical Plant in Kentucky

Two Uniguard custom guards on bottom entering reactor gear boxes that are diagonally split with a piano hinge and large inspection windows. Continue Reading →

15th Annual Sonoco Supplier Business Conference in Florence, SC

2019 marks the 120th Anniversary of Sonoco, and the 15th Anniversary of their Annual Supplier Business Conference. The Supplier Business Conference provides an unparalleled opportunity ... Continue Reading →

Vertical Machine Guard for Gorman Rupp Model T Series Pump

Vertical Belt Machine Guard for Gorman Rupp Super T Series® Pump

Frakes-Pump Worx used our GVS321205 vertical belt machine guard to guard this Gorman Rupp Super T Series® pump for one of their customers. Continue Reading →

Fybroc 5500 Vertical Machine Guard

Custom Uniclear Coupling Guard for Fybroc 5500 Pump

Here is a safe and simple use of our Custom Uniclear Coupling Machine Guard for a Fybroc 5500 pump at an aquarium. As you can ... Continue Reading →

barrel machine guard for patterson pump

Machine Guarding Solution for Patterson Pump

These are before and after photos of a modified 3175 barrel guard mounted to the motor coupled to a Patterson Pump in a Pennsylvania University ... Continue Reading →