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|Code: SK99038/CONB||Colour: Yellow Paint Finish||Dimensions: 610mm(H) x 60mm(D)||Fixing bolts:||
|Code: SK99038/TARB||Colour: Yellow Paint Finish||Dimensions: 610mm(H) x 60mm(D)||Fixing bolts:||
|Code: SK99039/CONB||Colour: Galvanised Steel||Dimensions: 610mm(H) x 60mm(D)||Fixing bolts:||
|Code: SK99039/TARB||Colour: Galvanised Steel||Dimensions: 610mm(H) x 60mm(D)||Fixing bolts:||
Fixed Barrier Post
This fixed barrier is a permanent, semi-secure solution to traffic and pedestrian management.
It can be used for permanently restricting vehicles such as cars or motorbikes from accessing pedestrian only walk ways and, when used in conjunction with plastic or steel chain, is perfect for cordoning off car parking spaces or other off-limits areas.
For areas where access may occasionally need to be granted, the key lock hinged parking post allows the key holder to lower or raise the bollard as necessary. This option is ideal for business who wish to manage access to their site but still need to allow delivery vehicles to enter and exit the premises.
What is the purpose of a Fixed Barrier Post?
Post barriers are used in a variety of settings, primarily for security and traffic control. This product is a fixed post, and therefore, a permanent and secure solution for parking and traffic management. However, it is also very useful when it comes to pedestrian management, as it allows removable chains or ropes with hooks to be interconnected. Our fixed barrier posts, like many of our other barrier products, are primarily designed for traffic control and property protection. Manufactured from sturdy materials appropriate to the intended use, these posts are able to take hard knocks even though they are considered to be a semi-secure solution.
Where can a Fixed Barrier Post be used?
Our fixed barrier posts are usable for almost any environment and for many purposes. It can be used for permanently restricting vehicles such as cars or motorbikes from accessing pedestrian-only walk ways; when used in conjunction with plastic or steel chains, they are perfect for demarcating parking spaces or off-limits areas. These posts are ideal for open spaces, for personal car parking outside houses and in shop fronts. As a crowd control mechanism, these fixed barriers are ideal to structure queues and lines, to mark restricted areas and to help people find their own way instead of having ushers guide them.
Who might use Fixed Barrier Post?
Fixed barrier posts are incredibly popular among those looking to protect their parking spaces, driveways or even private roads from unwelcome trespassers. However, these fixed barrier posts are also an ideal choice for event management companies who regularly organize outdoor events/exhibitions/carnivals for more than a day. It is useful when one has to create semi-permanent pathways, trails, driveways or parking spaces. In outdoor sporting events, it is helps create a barrier between the participants and the spectators: for example, in marathons and other athletic competitions. For a more permanent solution, you may find that our hinged padlock parking post is a suitable alternative for completely restricting access to places such as garage forecourts, schools, pedestrians-only pathways and parks. However, if you are looking for a stronger and fool-proof parking security solution, feel free to check out our telescopic parking posts here.
Fixed Barrier Post: product specifications
Our fixed barrier post is 60mm in diameter and available in either galvanised or yellow paint finish. It is complete with eyelets for attaching plastic chains, and comes with 4 x 10mm mounting bolts. Its dimensions are 610(H) x 60(D) mm. The Workplace Depot offers a standard one-year warranty on all parts and labour. Our fixed barrier post fully complies with all local council and government regulative manufacturing requirements to ensure the safety of your customers and staff.
Interesting facts about barriers
Off the Eastern coast of Australia is the world’s largest natural barrier – the Great Barrier Reef. It is a living ecosystem that supports innumerable species and earns over $3Billion in tourism revenue every year. The system officially became a ‘reef’ about 600,000 years ago, according to the Great Barrier Reef Park Marine Authority. It is the world’s biggest structure built by living creatures, and can be seen from space!