Stop. Caution. This way. This is what bollards are trying to tell us. Either as folding barrier posts in car parks and access and exit roads, or to cordon off pedestrian paths and work areas. Depending on where they are being used, we recommend using different materials. In companies, for example, bollards made of plastic are often used. They are usually flexible and yield in the event of a collision. The advantage: vehicles won't be damaged as quickly as they would be if they collided with steel bollards. Steel or stainless steel bollards, in contrast, are often encountered in pedestrian zones. They tend to be inconspicuous – in contrast to barrier posts with warning colours. These are, by the way, also available as so-called FlexPins. FlexPins can be driven over without causing any major damage to the vehicle. Above all, they are used wherever vehicles need to pass through in the event of an emergency – in access roads for the fire brigade, for example.
Bollards provide a warning, bollards provide protection, bollards are flexible. Our bollards and barrier posts will help you to make traffic routes safe and help you to set up self-evident guidance systems.