TrafficGuard, Inc is a leading provider of traffic control products for property owners in Arkansas who need reliable security. Our bollards are commonly used for site protection on a variety of property types, including residential, commercial, public works and government. Wondering how you can utilize our high-quality security posts for your site? Read on to learn about the types of bollard styles available, as well as multiple industry applications for which they can be used.
Our Traffic Access Control Bollards
TrafficGuard is proud to provide three models of durable traffic access control bollards for industrial security: permanent, removable and collapsible. Those who need long-term security for their property sites in Arkansas, permanent bollards may be the best solution. Removable and collapsible bollards, however, when properties need temporary site security is more ideal.
All of our bollards are constructed from high-strength steel to help thwart accidental crashes and ram raiding activity. To provide visual deterrence that drivers notice, we also coat our bollards in a bold yellow finish and 3M reflective tape. Additionally, we apply a rust- and corrosion-resistant primer so our bollard posts can withstand harsh environmental conditions.
Industry Applications for Security Barricade Posts
TrafficGuard bollards are commonly utilized as part of site security for a variety of sites across Arkansas, including store fronts, toll booths, hospitals, libraries, residential areas, playgrounds, marinas, parks and more. Additionally, our traffic access control bollards are utilized to safeguard:
No matter what type of property site you own, TrafficGuard bollards can provide the protection you need. Our bollards safeguard your site from unwanted vehicular and foot traffic.
*TrafficGuard complies with the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C 8302-8305)
Want to learn more about the benefits of bollards for controlling site access and providing industrial security for Arkansas properties? Get in touch with a TrafficGuard representative
today. Our team will work with you to find the appropriate posts for your site security needs. You may also check out our blog
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