Do You Export?
We export crowd control barriers and safety barriers across the world. The most common destination is the US, but we have also exported crowd barriers to countries such as Latvia & Norway. Typically these are transported in Euro Containers and we advise packing approximately 660 x 2.3m loose leg crowd control barriers into each container. For pricing and delivery options please speak directly to a member of our team email@example.com.
Are These Crowd Control Barriers New?
All of these crowd barriers are brand new. If we ever sell used or damaged crowd control barriers then you will find them in the "offers" section of our website. We have been told that our barriers look cheap compared to many other providers. That's not because we ever sacrifice quality, rather our barriers are cheap because we specialise in fencing products and cut out the middle men dealing directly with you. As such we can buy our crowd control barriers in large volumes and pass this saving onto you, meaning you benefit from our economies of scale.
What's the different between crowd control barriers, pedestrian barriers and ped barriers?
The answer is simple - absolutely nothing. These are simply different names for the same product.
Loose Leg Crowd Barriers vs Fixed Leg Crowd Barriers
In our opinion there is very little to choose between the modern varieties of both the Loose Leg and Fixed Leg Barrier. The Loose Leg Barrier itself is cheaper than the Fixed Leg Barrier, although many people then also purchase the Loose Leg metal foot, which makes the set more expensive. On the whole it appears to be just a matter of preference and familiarity, which causes most people to favour one over another.
Traditionally the one major advantage with a Loose Leg Barrier is that they can be easier to store, however our Fixed Leg Barriers have off set legs, which makes them much easier to store and transport then some other varieties of Fixed Leg Crowd Barriers.
Quiet often the Loose Leg Barrier has also been chosen because Pedestrian Barriers made out of thin, weak material, have had the Fixed Legs flatten and separate, when weight is applied to the Barrier. As described in our product descriptions we have favoured Fixed Leg Barriers made out of stronger material to combat this, although the Loose Leg still completely removes the possibility of the legs faltering in this way.