Wide Bollard

Wide bollards in aluminium or stainless steel bodies come with a choice of two collars and two cast aluminium heads.

Open Technical Sheet (recommended) | Open Colour Chart
Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.

 

Potential Tripping Hazard
Base plates for removable surface-fixed bollards are powder coated in Safety Yellow as standard to increase visibility when the bollard is removed. However, it is important to note that the base plate is still a potential tripping hazard and is not recommended for areas where the bollard is removed most of the time or there is heavy pedestrian traffic. Street Furniture Australia recommends the removable in-ground bollards for these circumstances.

 

Wide bollards in aluminium or stainless steel bodies come with a choice of two collars and two cast aluminium heads.

Open Technical Sheet (recommended) | Open Colour Chart
Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.

 

Potential Tripping Hazard
Base plates for removable surface-fixed bollards are powder coated in Safety Yellow as standard to increase visibility when the bollard is removed. However, it is important to note that the base plate is still a potential tripping hazard and is not recommended for areas where the bollard is removed most of the time or there is heavy pedestrian traffic. Street Furniture Australia recommends the removable in-ground bollards for these circumstances.

 

mounting options

Available as fixed or removable.


at a glance

    • Price Range: $500 - $1600
    • Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium

Spare parts are readily available.

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specifications

See Technical Sheet for further information

MCODE
WIDE

DIMENSION
ø 165L x various height (mm)
ø 6 1/2" L x various height

HEAD
• B8 Flat, no collar
• B3F Flat, single collar
• B2F Flat, double collar
• B3 Dome, single collar 
• B2 Dome, double collar 
• Tailored

PIPE 
Only 316 is suitable for marine environments.
Mild steel is particularly prone to rusting.
• Aluminium Powder Coated 
  (see colour chart)
• Mild Steel Zinc Phosphate Powder Coated 
  (see colour chart) 
• Stainless 304 No.4 Finish (brushed) 
• Stainless 316 No.4 Finish (brushed) 
• Tailored 

PIPE HEIGHT 
• 745mm above ground 
• Tailored

MOUNTING
• Surface Fixed
• Subsurface Fixed
• Core Drilled (300mm below ground)
• Removable Surface Fixed*
• Removable In-ground*
• Tailored

*Due to the removable nature of this product, please be aware the bollard will not be tightly fixed and will allow some movement.

EYENUT
• None
• Qty 1
• Qty 2 (180 deg apart)
• Tailored

ANTI-GRAFFITI
• No
• Yes
• Tailored

REFLECTIVE STRIP
• None
• Red
• Yellow
• White
• Tailored

Some options incur additional fees and lead time.
For a tailored solution please contact a sales representative.


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