Flexible traffic bollards are designed to bend and absorb impact, reducing damage to vehicles and avoiding the need to replace the bollard in the event of a crash. Read More
They are used on roads, to highlight traffic islands and junctions, in car parks, around buildings to protect premises, and on pavements.
They are typically made from an impact-absorbent rubber or a plastic such as polyurethane or polyethylene. Steel and timber models are also available, which incorporate a flexible base that allows the bollard to move to accommodate impact.
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