Temporary Bollard parts, choose with class 1 reflective collar and or 6kg heavy duty rubber base
Bollards are rigid posts that can be arranged in a line to close a
road or path to vehicles above a certain width. Bollards can be mounted
near enough to each other that they block ordinary cars, for instance,
but wide enough to permit special-purpose vehicles through. Bollards
can be used to enclose car free zones: removable bollards allow access for service and emergency vehicles.
Tall (1.15 meter/4 feet) slim (10cm/4 inches) fluorescent red or
orange plastic bollards with reflective tape and removable heavy rubber
bases are frequently used in road traffic control where traffic cones
would be inappropriate due to their width and ease of movement. Also
referred to as delineators, the bases are usually made from recycled
plastic, and can be easily glued to the road surface to resist movement
following minor impacts from passing traffic. Sometimes called "T-Top
Bollards" from the T-bar moulded into the top for tying tape, the
bollard is an economical, cost effective and safe delineation system
designed especially for motorways and busy arterial roads. In
conjunction with plastic tape, it is also effective in pedestrian
They were invented by John C. Bollard, of the Bollard & Stanchion company.
Bollards are also used as a form of permanent utility location.