Cascade Safety and Security, the international leader in coiled wire fabric systems for new and retrofit industrial machinery and equipment, will be exhibiting at ASSP’s annual conference—Safety 2019—at the Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Convention Center, June 9-12. The Cascade team will be located at Booth #1748.

Show attendees are invited to visit the Cascade Safety and Security Booth #1748. Attendees may pre-register for one of Cascade’s 20-minute in-booth demonstration time slots, taking place every hour at the top of the hour.

Registrants that attend the demo will be entered into a drawing to win a free Apple iPad.

Booth demonstrations will showcase the ultimate stopping power of Cascade industrial machine guarding systems. Cascade’s press guard kits, custom press guards, and other customizable GuardianCoil® systems are designed to fit all types of industrial equipment, with customizable options available for large-sized or unique machinery types. GuardianCoil® systems are offered in either standard or heavy-duty coiled wire fabric dependent on equipment type, power capability, and use.

Cascade representatives with be available at the booth and welcome questions and discussion with visitors and media.

Cascade Safety and Security systems are specifically created to deliver comprehensive safety solutions for a variety of industrial environments and machine guard applications. For more information, visit

About Cascade Safety and Security

Cascade Safety and Security is a division of Cascade Coil Drapery, Inc., based in Tualatin, OR, the world’s leading manufacturer of coiled wire fabric and attachment systems for a wide variety of applications. Cascade Safety and Security provides GuardianCoil® protection systems and engineered attachments for facility and safety managers in all industrial sectors. Environmentally sustainable and made in the USA, Cascade Safety and Security coiled wire fabric systems are designed to protect personnel and contain debris, and are compliant with OSHA requirements to prevent injuries from projectiles. For more information, visit: