The extensive use of Bollards gives us the ability to control access to certain areas, particularly large vehicles from entering parks and town squares. ProjectLink connects you with leading bollard suppliers that stock all different types of Bollards including plastic, aluminium and stainless steel variations depending on your needs.
Bollards come in a range of safety colours for industrial purposes, as well as green-grey steel colours for better blending into surroundings. Bollards have many alternative purposes and are very practical for creating barriers or limiting access. Other Bollard constructions are easily designed to be removed from their place, as to allow traffic to enter.
ProjectLink features a comprehensive list of Products and Suppliers within the realm of Bollards. Our intricate directory is designed to help you to find the latest and greatest products and to help you make the most of your construction operations. Browse through our search results and contact our suppliers to find out how ProjectLink can help you with your next construction job.
Replas produces high quality, low maintenance products made from recycled plastic waste collected from around Australia. The product ...
Supplier of leisure and recreational furniture for the open space environment.
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Post & Rail Fencing, Bollards, Duralok PVC Fencing, Park Furniture, Timber Gates, Cast Jointed Gates and Automatic Gate Openers, ...
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Supplier and manufacturer of Solar Powered LED Lighting solutions for Aviation, Marine, Roadway, Parks, and Street Lighting. Bollard ...
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