When property owners in Wisconsin need safety bollards for their sites, they know they can trust in TrafficGuard. We provide a wide variety of traffic and security posts to help keep sites, including residential, commercial, public and government, protected from unwanted vehicular activity and car crashes, both accidental and intentional. TrafficGuard is committed to helping property owners keep their sites protected, which is why we produce traffic posts from which they can choose based on their security needs.
Our Safety Bollards
We offer three main safety bollard styles to help keep sites secure and safeguarded from ram raiding activity, as well as accidental crashes. For sites that need long-lasting protection, we have a wide selection of permanent bollard models. Our fixed bollards can be either embedded directly into the ground or mounted on the surface. If sites need the same level of vehicle impact resistance but for more temporary purposes, we also offer our removable and collapsible bollard models. When not in use, these bollards create a surface safe for driving over. All of our safety bollard models are constructed from high-grade stainless steel. To ensure they create a visual deterrence that drivers notice, we also coat them in a bold yellow finish and 3M reflective tape. Additionally, we apply a zinc-rich corrosion- and rust-resistant primer with a 5,000-hour salt spray resistance for protection from environmental elements.
Industry Applications for Traffic & Security Posts
Property owners commonly utilize TrafficGuard bollards for various safety applications in Wisconsin. Our bollards can be used to protect parks, sports fields, stadiums, hospitals, airports, vehicle parking, government buildings, warehouses, cemeteries, public works and much more. In addition to these sites, our traffic and security bollards can also be used to protect:
*TrafficGuard complies with the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C 8302-8305)
Want to learn more about traffic and security posts or inquire about purchasing them for your Wisconsin property? Contact the TrafficGuard team
today. We’ll work with you to determine which bollard is right for your site. For additional information about traffic and security posts, visit our blog
. Here, you’ll find the latest industry news about traffic bollards, as well as information about their benefits and industry applications.