Fixed bollards are a secure and cost-effective method of lining pavements, protecting premises & controlling vehicle access. We work with the UK’s leading bollard designers and manufacturers to provide you with the most innovative and comprehensive static bollard designs on the market. From simple parking posts designed to secure pedestrian walkways, to ornate or traditional bollards chosen for their aesthetics that blend seamlessly into the urban landscape. At Breezemount we offer every possible shape, size and colour available.
- Fixed / Static bollards
- Impact flexible *Terrafirma
- Shallow foundation
- Security rated
- HVM Crash rated PAS68 / IWA14
- Hoop barriers
- Easy to install
- Choice of finishes: Galvanised, stainless steel, RAL coated, polyurethane or aesthetic sleeve
- Range of insurance company recommended bollards
- 1 year warranty *T&C’s apply
Diameters: 90mm – 273mm
Wall Thickness: 3mm – 10mm
Height Above Ground: 700mm – 1390mm
Foundation Depth: 112mm – 1600mm
Shape at the top: flat, sloping, dome, semi-dome
Security rated bollards are insurance company recommended by AXA, Aviva, Norwich Union, Allianz.
Crash rated bollards are certified to PAS68 or IWA14
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are bollards used for?
Bollards are primarily used to protect infrastructure and/or pedestrians from damage caused by a vehicle. Additionally, they can be installed to manage access to pedestrian only areas.
What are bollards made of?
Traditionally, bollards were made from cast iron and concrete. Today’s modern bollards are most commonly made from metal or polyurethane. The highest quality bollards that have been impact tested are made from steel and are designed to stop a vehicle with zero penetration.
How tall are bollards?
Bollards come in a wide range of heights above ground: from 700mm to 1400mm.
How much space should there be between bollards?
The CPNI recommends, ‘to meet security requirements, bollards must be positioned to maximise blast stand-off distance, and spaced with a maximum air gap (between bollards) of 1,200mm.’