Traffic Bollards in Missouri
TrafficGuard is a leading bollard supplier providing traffic control barricades to Missouri and all of the United States. Our traffic control barricades are commonly used as part of security systems for industrial, commercial, residential, government and public work sites. Read on to learn more about how our traffic control barricades can help prevent accidental and intentional car crashes and keep properties protected.
Our Traffic Control Posts
At TrafficGuard, we produce three types of traffic control barricade posts: removable, collapsible and fixed. Our fixed bollards are desirable for areas that need permanent site protection. These barricade posts can be embedded directly into the ground or mounted on the surface. Sites that need the same level of protection fixed bollards provide but on a more temporary basis may choose our collapsible or removable bollard posts. Our removable traffic bollards are available with both internal and external locking features for additional site security.
We construct all of our fixed, removable and collapsible traffic control barricades from high quality stainless steel to create high-strength. To ensure our traffic control posts have visual deterrence, we coat them in a bold yellow finish and 3M reflective tape. We also coat them in a zinc-rich rust- and corrosion-resistant finish to withstand environmental conditions.
Industry Applications for Our Barricade Posts
Many site owners in Missouri utilize our bollards to protect their property types, including cemeteries, airports, public works, golf courses, government buildings, research laboratories, sports stadiums, financial institutions and much more. In addition to these areas, our barricade posts can safeguard property types like:
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For additional information or to inquire about purchasing barricade posts for protecting your Missouri property, get in touch with TrafficGuard today. Our team will work directly with you to assess your site security needs and suggest various bollard styles. To learn more about bollards, their benefits and industry applications, you can also visit our TrafficGuard blog posts.