TrafficGuard is a leading vehicle access control post manufacturer. Since 1999, we’ve been providing safety bollards to property owners in South Carolina. Our security posts are utilized for various property types, including residential, commercial, public works, governmental buildings, roads, highways and much more. Learn about the various bollard models we offer and the materials from which they are constructed, as well as industry applications.
Our Vehicle Access Control Bollards
At TrafficGuard, we offer three types of bollards: removable, collapsible and permanent. Our removable and collapsible bollards are ideal for sites that need temporary site protection. When not in use, these security posts create a safe surface over which cars can drive over. Removable bollards also have the option for internal or external locking mechanisms. For permanent site protection, many property owners opt for fixed bollards, which can be installed on the surface or embedded into the ground.
We construct all of these bollards from high-grade stainless steel that can help prevent harsh, damaging impacts. To ensure all of our bollards have leading visual deterrence, we also coat them in a bold yellow finish and coat them in 3M reflective tape. Additionally, we apply a rust- and corrosion-resistant primer, as well as a 5,000-hour salt spray finish, to all of our vehicle access control posts.
Industry Applications for Traffic Safety
Many property owners utilize TrafficGuard’s security post to protect building security, keep pedestrians safe and keep traffic flowing effectively. Our bollards can effectively control vehicular access to other property sites in South Carolina, including:
No matter where you need site protection, our bollards can help prevent harsh vehicular impacts that could compromise your property. At TrafficGuard, we take pride on our ability to keep sites safe.
*TrafficGuard complies with the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C 8302-8305)
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