Crash Tested Bull Road Barrier

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Crash Tested Bull Road Barrier
Bull Barrier bases are 1.5m wide & can come fit with re-enforcement bars making then crash tested up to 50mph. We also offer a variety of barrier extensions to give your temporary crash tested road barrier the desired height.
Price From: Ex VAT: £210.00 Inc VAT: £252.00
Price From: Ex VAT: £210.00 Inc VAT: £252.00
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On roads, construction sites, and events, safety barriers are a valuable tool in protecting people from the dangers of moving vehicles and heavy machinery. To ensure the wellbeing of road users, site workers, and pedestrians, Bull Barrier has developed the safest, most versatile, and cost effective solution on the market today.

Constructed from sheet carbon steel and steel tubes, Bull Barrier exceeds all European and international safety standards. Thanks to the efficient design, these barriers can also be installed quickly and safely by just two people

How does the Bull Barrier traffic restraint system work?

Bull Barrier’s innovative design incorporates strong steel tubes and sheet carbon steel, which are welded together for maximum strength. Despite their sturdiness, these collision barriers are 10kg lighter than the nearest competitor and are extremely easy to install. Only two people are required to fit modules together thanks to the unique hinge and slot system.

Bull Barrier safety barriers are built with flexibility in mind, meaning they can be used even round corners and sharp bends due to its curved shape and modular design.

 

Road barriers: market leaders in traffic restraint system 

Bull Barrier is the perfect solution for temporary road works. As the market leader in traffic–pedestrian separation, Bull Barrier will keep both pedestrians and vehicle occupants safe in close proximity scenarios.

Lightweight, flexible, robust and easy to install, Bull Barrier’s modular design makes it the most convenient road barrier system on the market today.

 

Road barriers: the options

When it comes to road barriers, knowing which barrier design will best suit your application isn’t always easy. Let us explain the pros and cons of the various traffic restraint systems available.

Metal road safety barriers

Metal crash barriers are used to protect against both high impact and low impact collisions. They help significantly lower the risk of injury and risk of damage to the surrounding area and properties.

You can find metal crash barriers in a whole host of different locations, particularly areas which can become crowded with pedestrians. These include corporate buildings, car parks, schools, universities, arenas, stadiums, shopping centres, pedestrian bridges, docks, storage warehouses and airports.

Metal road barriers come in all shapes and sizes depending on their application. Metal safety road barriers are generally known for their strength and durability, but whilst some are more flexible and lightweight, others can be difficult to install due to how heavy and rigid they are.

It is this problem that Bull Barrier have addressed through the modular design and solid linking system. Unlike many of the heavy metal options on the market, Bull Barrier requires just two people to install.

Concrete road barriers

Concrete road safety barriers have been around for many years and can be found around the world, both as temporary solutions and as permanent road traffic safety solutions. Not surprisingly, concrete barriers are thick and heavy – often utilised on wider, busy roads and motorways.

Concrete road safety barriers are effective in that they are rigid and strong, protecting either pedestrians by the side of the road or oncoming traffic travelling in the other direction. However, there are some issues to take into account.

Because the material is so heavy, concrete road barriers are much harder to put in place than other models and this can result in high installation costs. 

Despite their thickness, they’re also less resistant to vehicle damage than some other material choices like steel. They can also wear over time when repeatedly exposed to icy or wet weather conditions.

Concrete barriers also do not feature the same flexibility as a Bull Barrier road barrier, meaning that energy is not absorbed by the barrier and the stopping distance (in head-on collisions particularly) is much shorter. As a result, the potential for whiplash, head trauma and other injuries is higher.

Bollards as road safety barriers

Bollards are a very versatile form of road safety barrier, as they come in a variety of different materials, sizes and with different capabilities. For example, some bollards are collapsible meaning they don’t have to be upright at all times. You can get stainless steel bollards, concrete bollards, and other materials.

Although easily installed compared to models like concrete safety road barriers, bollards don’t offer quite as much protection and resilience to collision as road barriers themselves. The concrete models in particular are much more likely to become unusable after a collision.

Plastic road barriers

Plastic road barriers are a common choice in road barrier hire, as they are extremely easy to install, dismantle, move and rearrange — making them a great option for temporary road barrier needs such as diversions as a result of road work and maintenance in low speed areas.

You’ll commonly find plastic road safety barriers around construction sites or at events requiring crowd control to separate pedestrians from vehicles. They are often used as pedestrian barriers as well as traffic barriers, as their visibility makes it easy for pedestrians to determine a safe alternative route that doesn’t put them at risk of a collision with a vehicle.

However, the main issue with plastic road barriers is that they simply don’t have the strength to withstand a collision. They are useful to use as a guide for motorists, but in the event of a crash they aren’t going to do much physical work to prevent the extent of the damage.

Get the best of both worlds with Bull Barrier’s safety road barriers

Ideally, you need a road barrier model with the strength and sturdiness of metal and concrete barriers andthe flexibility and ease of installation of plastic ones. Luckily, this is exactly what Bull Barrier provides.

​You only need two people to install Bull Barrier road safety barriers, which are flexible, 10kg lighter than the nearest competitor and able to work around corners and sharp bends. They are also rigorously tested to ensure that they are strong and sturdy, able to withstand the pressure of impact and even soften the blow for the vehicle, guiding them back into the flow of the road.

Bull Barrier safety road barriers are low maintenance, easy to store, highly visible and more environmentally friendly than other road safety systems. If you are looking for a lightweight but strong barrier that can be fitted with just two people, look no further than Bull Barrier.