Safety Bollard Posts, Steel, Round and Square, Yellow
Eagle bollard posts are a cost-effective method to provide pedestrian safety, building protection, and perimeter security. These posts create visual markers to safeguard property and individuals onsite. Bollards are commonly used at commercial and retail locations such as banks, schools, shopping malls, apartment complexes, and more. Add a corner bollard to avoid building or equipment damage where vehicles have to make turns.
Frequently Asked Questions
We carry steel bollards and high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic cover sleeve combos. Our bollard pole posts feature a durable baked-on powder coat in safety yellow to provide high visibility and a tough finish that is strong and corrosion-resistant. These round or square posts are pre-drilled with mounting holes to enable hassle-free installation.
What is a safety bollard?
A safety bollard post is a short vertical post designed to protect pedestrians and property from the risks of damage from vehicle impacts. Parking bollard posts are often perimeter delineators or visual markers in parking lots, garages, or industrial work areas.
Why do you need bollards?
Bollard posts can help protect pedestrians and property by providing a physical barrier between vehicle roadways and pedestrian walkways. They can also be used to deter or mitigate the possibility of a vehicular attack in crowded areas. Safety bollard posts are commonly placed in front of commercial buildings, schools, banks, warehouses, or areas where high foot traffic close to moving vehicles is common.
What is the purpose of bollards?
Bollards are short, vertical poles commonly seen in a variety of commercial or retail areas like banks schools, and outdoor shopping malls. They act as barriers to prevent vehicles from entering unauthorized spaces while also helping direct traffic within areas with limited space such as parking garages. Safety bollard posts can also protect against vehicular attacks while allowing free movement between them by pedestrians or cyclists.
How far apart should bollards be?
Proper bollard post spacing is important for protecting pedestrians or guiding vehicles. To meet Americans with Disability Act guidelines, bollards should be spaced a minimum of 3 feet apart to accommodate safe wheelchair passage. The prevent vehicle access, they should be positioned no more than 5 feet apart – the minimum width of a vehicle. It’s also recommended to set bollards roughly 1.5 feet away from the curb to allow room for passengers to open their doors to get in or out. When adding bollard post covers to steel or concrete bollards, always measure the space between bollards from the outermost edge of the bollard. Additionally, keep fire lanes and access points for emergencies clear so first responders can access the building or grounds when necessary.