With its robust design and sturdy looks, the 90 Square Telescopic Bollard is an ideal deterrent against potential ram-raid attacks.
The 90 Square Telescopic Bollard comes insurance company recommended, with a 6mm wall thickness making it extremely durable.
With a lifting weight of just 15.7kg, the bollard is easy to use and provides a great deterrent to would-be thieves or ram-raiders. Worried about the weight? Our lift-assist model can reduce the lifting weight by up 60%.
The bollard is supplied with a moulded plastic T-bar handle, making it easy to grip when lifting and lowering the bollard.
The bollard has a unique 90mm square design and at 670mm tall it is one of our most compact bollards.
It comes with two yellow reflective strips as standard, ensuring that your bollards are visible to drivers even in the dark.
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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