Ironman 4.0m Steel Crash Barrier
Ironman 12.0m Steel Crash Barrier
BG800 Radius Section Barrier
BG800 12.0m Male End Terminal Section Barrier
BG800 12.0m Female End Terminal Section Barrier
BG800 6.0m Terminal Section Barrier
BG800 6.0m Male/Female Quicklink Section Barrier
These rigid safety barriers are suitable for use as freestanding barriers in zones up to 70km/h, or 100km/h when anchored. They offer premium protection for workers vehicles and equipment on busy work sites. They are used primarily during highway and road maintenance for vehicle and pedestrian protection.
What is a crash barrier?
A crash barrier provides temporary protection as a guardrail system for safely directing traffic past busy roadworks. Mobile crash barriers can be repositioned as work progresses for optimum traffic safety.
How do crash barriers work?
Steel crash barriers can be freestanding or anchored. They provide a highly visual barrier between vehicles and pedestrians and are the guardrail system of choice for offering highest levels of protection.
How do crash barriers absorb energy?
The impact energy from a vehicle is absorbed through deformation of the barrier structure. Extensive crash testing is performed to ensure rigid barriers provide a strong barrier, with a little give to minimise damage or injury.
How to hire crash barriers?
With Coates Hire, you can hire crash barriers online, over the phone, or in-store at your nearest branch. With more available equipment and products than anyone else, Coates Hire is sure to have the road safety barriers you require for a safe workplace.