Traffic Bollards in North Carolina
Whether you need bollards for traffic access control and crash impact protection in North Carolina or anywhere in the country, TrafficGuard is the only name you need to know. We’ve been a bollard supplier since 1999, producing exceptional security posts to assist in preventing unwanted vehicular access. Our bollards are utilized to protect for various property types, including commercial, residential, governmental, highways and other roads, and many others. Learn about our bollards high-strength construction, as well as their various industry applications.
Our Crash Impact Bollards
At TrafficGuard, we produce three types of bollards: permanent, removable and collapsible. Our fixed bollards provide long-lasting site protection and can be embedded directly into the ground or mounted on the surface. Many property owners who are seeking temporary site protection or traffic control often opt for removable or collapsible bollards. These still provide the high crash impact protection of fixed bollards, but, when not in use, create flush surface safe for driving over.
We construct our bollards from high-grade stainless steel for exceptional crash impact protection. To ensure our security posts provide exceptional visual deterrence to drivers, we coat all of our bollards in a bold yellow finish, as well as a 3M reflective tape. We also apply a corrosion- and rust-resistant primer and 5,000-hour salt spray finish to ensure the security posts can withstand environmental conditions.
Industry Applications for Bollards
TrafficGuard bollards are commonly used in North Carolina for a variety of applications. Our bollards can be used to protect various property types, including cemeteries, government buildings, stadiums, schools, universities, bike paths and much more.
Our bollards are utilized for various property types, including:
*TrafficGuard complies with the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C 8302-8305)
No matter what application you use our security bollards for, you can help prevent damage from harsh crash impacts. Want to learn more about how bollards can control traffic access and can help provide protection? Visit our blog, or get in touch with a TrafficGuard representative for information on which security posts are ideal for your specific site.