Keep your warehouse or production floor safe with 4” x 56” yellow, fluted bollard covers. All Eagle yellow bollard post sleeves meet OSHA 1910.144 color codes for signifying caution or marking physical hazards that cause slips, trips and falls or machinery with pinch points. Catch the attention of forklift drivers, keep your employees’ hands away from dangerous machinery or designate authorized zones on your production floor with these bright bollard sleeves.
Why use Eagle bollard covers?
Bollard post covers quickly improve property appearance and extend the life of your steel or concrete bollards for minimal costs. Made in the U.S. with American-manufactured HDPE, these long-lasting, all-weather bollard covers are resistant to rusting, cracking, denting or fading.
Unlike our competitors, we only use ½-inch high-density polyethylene to provide the strongest protection. Eagle post covers are nonconductive, chemical resistant, can withstand extreme temperatures (-30ºF to 130ºF) and feature UV inhibitors for fade resistance.
Our post sleeves are easy to install. Simply slide the sleeve over an existing 4-inch standard diameter steel or concrete bollard post that is up to 56 inches tall. Trim to the exact height you need. To clean, wipe down with soap and water.
Opting for 100% recyclable bollard covers rather than going through the effort of yearly maintenance and painting will free up your time and have a positive impact on your budget and the environment.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are bollards?
Bollards are steel or concrete structures meant to protect buildings, structures or any assets like utility meters, electrical boxes, pipes or machinery from vehicle collisions. They are also used in outdoor spaces to mark pedestrian traffic patterns or bike paths, keep pedestrians out of dangerous areas and prevent cars from driving or parking too close to unauthorized areas. Learn more about bollard posts
What are bollard covers?
Bollard post covers are colorful plastic sleeves that slide over bollards to improve their appearance, increase their life and save companies the time and money of annual painting and maintenance.
How should I space my bollards?
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, bollards should be no closer than 3 feet apart so pedestrians in wheelchairs can move through the space. However, spacing between posts should not exceed 5 feet to ensure bollards provide protection against vehicles.
Can bollard covers be used for temporary setups?
Yes, bollard post covers can be used for temporary setups when combined with a poly base such as 1732BASE or 1730BASE. However, covers alone do not meet ASTM crash standards.
Can I customize bollard sleeves?
Yes, Eagle offers color customization and embossing on orders of 500 bollard sleeves or more. Please contact us for more information or a quote.