Crash barriers are a safety feature which offer solid protection on major roads, bridges, in car parks, warehouses and other industrial premises. It’s these which will protect objects and people from the severe damage that can be caused by a collision with a moving vehicle, or protect drivers from leaving the road.
More and more companies are discovering the usefulness of crash barriers in keeping valuable objects, buildings, machinery or vehicles safe, while protecting workers from injury too. It’s because they’re so handy in places other than just the side of the road and on motorways that we have an extensive and diverse range of crash barriers available to suit whatever purpose it is that you need them for.
We’ve put together the Armco barrier dimension guide to give you more of an idea of the versatility of the equipment that we have in stock, so read on to find out more.
Below is a list of our Armco crash barrier dimensions, each barrier dimension is provided in a pdf format for easy download.
Set in crash barrier post
760 Long Bolt Down Single Crash Barrier Post
1500 Long Cast In Single Crash Barrier Post
Standard Corrugated Beam
100 x 50 Bolt Down Crash Barrier Post
What barriers do we provide?
Our range of barriers include either the conventional kind, which can be bolted down or dug in, or ones which are custom made specifically for your business needs, with features such as internal or external corners. So, whether it’s shock absorbing posts that you need or a warehouse rack protection system that you’re looking for, you can say goodbye to on-site collisions and costly damage in the workplace once one of these barriers is in place.
Made of the toughest corrugated steel and produced to the highest possible standards, using the latest production methods, there’s not much that is getting through our barriers, whether it’s an out of control car or a heavy load bearing forklift. They are galvanised to BS EN 1461, made of 100% recyclable steel, British made and we can even do next day delivery if you need it.
Interested in one of our barriers? Give us a call
If you’re looking to minimise the risk of costly damage occurring in your place of work, or worse still injury to members of your staff, then investing in this form of asset protection could be one of the best decisions you’ll make.
To find out more about our barriers, whether you need some for the roadside, or to up the safety in your warehouse, factory, farm or building site, contact us today for more information.