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Esafety Equipment Shoot - Wetherill Park-103

Surface Mount eConomy Bollard - 90mm

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Surface Mount Bollard – 90mm

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Surface Mount Bollard - 140mm

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Esafety Equipment Shoot - Wetherill Park-81

Surface Mount Bollard – 165mm

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Surface Mount Bollard – 140mm Disabled

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Surface Mount Bollard - 90mm (1300mm High)

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Esafety Equipment Shoot - Wetherill Park-116

Surface Mount Bollard - 90mm - Stainless Steel

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Esafety Equipment Shoot - Wetherill Pk 3rd September 2021-28

Surface Mount Bollard – 114mm - Galvanised

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Esafety Equipment Shoot - Wetherill Park-82
Esafety Equipment Shoot - Wetherill Park-82

Surface Mount Bollard – 140mm - Stainless Steel

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Bollard Disabled -Blue

Surface Mount Bollard - 140mm - Disabled - BLUE

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Surface mount bollards are suitable for both temporary and permanent installations.

Surface Mount Bollards, commonly known as bolt-down bollards, offer a cost-effective and versatile solution suitable for a variety of applications, including car parks and warehouses. Contrary to misconceptions about their cost, these bollards present an economical means of enhancing safety. They serve as an efficient visual deterrent and effectively signal the areas where vehicle access is restricted.

Surface mount bollards differ from other types in terms of their installation method and application. They are typically fixed directly onto the surface using anchor bolts or screws, without the need for excavation or embedding into the ground.

Available in distinctive colours like yellow, red, and blue, these bollards not only deliver a visual impact but also efficiently manage vehicle access while facilitating unrestricted pedestrian movement. Our durable and functional bollards serve as a valuable addition, providing an elevated level of safety for critical areas, including loading docks, car parks, and driveways.

Surface mount bollards are suitable for both temporary and permanent applications. They are often chosen for locations where the need for change or relocation is anticipated, allowing for easy adaptation to evolving traffic management or security requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How to install the bollards?

The installation is not as tough as it may appear at first. When installing them, you should consider the type of bollard you want, the size of the hole you will need to dig, and the location on your property.

Whether you’re installing them for the first time or just upgrading existing installations, it’s good to keep in mind some important things.

How do surface mount bollards different from other bollar types?

Surface mount bollards differ from other types in terms of their installation method and application. The key distinctions of surface mount bollards include:

  • Installation Method: Surface mount bollards are typically fixed directly onto the surface using anchor bolts or screws, without the need for excavation or embedding into the ground. This installation method allows for quicker and easier installation compared to other types that require in-ground placement.
  • Mobility and Reusability: Unlike embedded or fixed bollards, surface mount bollards offer greater mobility and flexibility. They can be easily removed, repositioned, or replaced without leaving a permanent hole or requiring extensive ground work, making them a more versatile choice.
  • Adaptability: Surface mount bollards are suitable for both temporary and permanent applications. They are often chosen for locations where the need for change or relocation is anticipated, allowing for easy adaptation to evolving traffic management or security requirements.
  • Limited Security and Impact Resistance: While providing visual cues and basic deterrence, surface mount bollards may offer relatively less impact resistance compared to their embedded counterparts. As they are not anchored into the ground, their ability to withstand high-impact collisions may be lower.

Here are some tips on how to do it right:

1. You should choose the right location.

You should install surface mounted bollards in a flat, level area that is free of obstacles and debris. You should also space them evenly apart to provide adequate coverage.

2. Remember to prepare the surface.

Always clean the surface where you will install the bollards and remove any loose material. An ideal surface would be a concrete pad or asphalt base, but you can use other surfaces as well if you prepare them properly.

3. Install the anchors properly.

Make sure to install the anchors for surface mount bollards before the bollards themselves. Typically, this requires drilling holes into the surface, inserting the anchors, and tightening them. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully to ensure proper installation.

4. Set the bollards in place.

Once the anchors are in place, you can set the bollards into position. Again, follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully to ensure a proper fit and secure connection.

5. Do backfilling around the base of each bollard.

Once all of the bollards are in place, backfill around their bases with soil or gravel and compact it firmly in place. This will help secure the bollards and keep them safe from accidents or vehicle traffic.

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