The 114 670 Deterrent Telescopic Bollard offers a lightweight and stylish option for deterring would-be thieves.
Perhaps our best-looking bollard, the 114 670 Deterrent comes in a sleek stainless-steel finish.
The bollard is supplied with a moulded plastic handle, making it easy to grip when lifting and lowering the bollard. If you’re looking for the complete stainless-steel look, we can provide it with a discreet stainless-steel folding handle.
Adding to its role as a deterrent, the bollard comes with two yellow reflective bands as standard, ensuring the bollard visible to drivers even in the dark.
With a 3mm wall thickness, the Deterrent is our lightest bollard without a lift assist mechanism at just 9.7kg.
The next step up from our 101 series, the Deterrent has a diameter of 114mm and a height of 670mm.
When it comes to security, all our telescopic bollards are fitted with a Sold Secure lock which has been attack tested, making it as difficult as possible for criminals to bypass the security bollard.
Manufactured in the UK, this bollard has the ISO:9001 quality stamp so you can be sure you are buying a bollard that meets, rigorous British standards.
Using one of our telescopic bollards is incredibly easy, here's a simple 4 step guide to help you.
We don't install the bollards ourselves, however, we have a number of installation companies we can put you in touch with (see details below).
Alternatively, you can ask a local builder to install your bollard and we can provide them with installation instructions.
We recommend having a clear gap of 1.3-1.5 meters between bollards.
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