This range of Deformable Posts is ideal for highway, verge and urban environments. These Posts are easy to deform and quick to rebound after being struck by a vehicle or being driven over. Testing shows that after one thousand impacts, the post still returns to its original position, offering significantly reduced maintenance costs for much traffic management applications.
Deformable Parking Posts/Bollards
Heritage Deformable Bollard
The heritage range of deforming bollards come in a number of different styles and offer the perfect solution for local authorities and councils. Don’t forget, these traditional bollards can also be personalised to fit in with their surroundings or a certain colour scheme.
Heritage bollards have a traditional style, suitable for a range of situations. These DDA compliant bollards are ideal for traffic management and traffic calming schemes surrounding busy situations such as schools.
- Traditional styling suitable for a range of situations
- Maintenance-free; will not rust and requires no painting
- DDA Compliant
- Choice of Class ref 1 or 2 reflective banding
Fixing Options: Permanent, Surface Mounted
Top Banding Options: Class Ref. 1 or 2
DDA Compliant: Yes
Metallic lower band: Optional
Measurements (mm): 171 mm Diameter x 1024 mm High
Materials: UV stabilised, ‘Reflex’ grade, flexible polyethylene UV stabilised Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE)
A robust steel core, permanently
concreted into the ground provides an
effective deterrent to ram-raid.
Depth below ground: 645 mm
Socketed fixing is ideal for use in applications where occasional replacement or removal may be required, the socketed system ensures secure fixing yet allows for easy removal when necessary.
Depth below ground: 457 mm
For permanent fixing, the bollard is manufactured with additional base unit as a one-piece moulding.
The base of the bollard is concreted-in below ground. The lip at the base ensures that the bollard cannot be removed.
Depth below ground: 400 mm
Surface fixing is ideal for use in multi-storey car parks, on bridges and in any applications where below ground services or surface membranes may be vulnerable