Traffic bollards can play a major role in the safety of any organization

Bollards can play a very important role in protecting an organization or building, as their structure and purpose makes them an essential component of safe perimeters and parking lots.

Traffic bollards perform several functions: they can separate cars and pedestrians, clearly delineate where traffic is supposed to flow, visually aid traffic in areas with limited visibility, and enclose car-free zones.

Of course, for this reasons, most organizations use different type of bollards that match their particular security requirements. Static bollards are perfect for guiding traffic and protecting pedestrians and property from errant vehicles.
Removable and removable bollards are sturdy and look like permanent bollards, but they can be removed from a receiver in the ground to permit vehicle access when needed. They are useful in areas that see increased vehicle traffic during large-scale events, areas that may occasionally need to be designated as “car-free” due to a high volume of foot traffic, or in areas only authorized vehicles are permitted to enter.

Carpark Barriers Gates & Turnstiles – suppliers of solid and secure static bollards

The Static Bollards supplied by Carpark Barriers Gates & Turnstiles are equally suitable for both ground or surface mount, are highly flexible in most situations and are available in both cast iron and wood versions, which means that customer will be able to choose either strength or cosmetic appearance, depending on the specific circumstances within which the bollard is set to be mounted.

From simple light weight timber bollards for demarcation purposes, separating pedestrians from traffic or for protecting vulnerable points like corners of buildings that could be accidentally hit by vehicles, static bollards are highly versatile and provide a genuine deterrent.

The reliable and affordable Static Bollards from Carpark Barriers Gates & Turnstiles are available in any RAL colour as a special order at low prices, and if you’d like to find out more about them (or have any other query on this topic), then our dedicated product team can answer any question you might have.