Energy Absorbing Bollards (EAB) are capable of absorbing kinetic energy during a collision, minimising injuries for the driver and protecting pedestrians and property.
We can supply your EABs with a detailed installation manual, or our team can install your bollards to meet the requirements of your location. Our Energy Absorbing Bollards are:
Impact absorbing bollards can be installed in a wide variety of locations to ensure public safety. Our EAB solutions include:
VicRoads needed Energy Absorbing Bollards as part of a new raised pedestrian crossing at the intersection of Plenty and Wallan Roads in Whittlesea.
We were contracted by Bitu-mill to supply and install 63 EABs to ensure pedestrian safety at the crossing. We liaised with the other contractors involved to schedule an installation date which suited the client, and we delivered the installation on time.
The EABs are rated to withstand an impact of up to 60 kmph.
Tell us about your project and the requirements at your location.
We gain an in-depth understanding of the project requirements and recommend a solution.
We will generate a quote based on our consultation and a free site survey if required.
We liaise with you to plan and schedule the works, ensuring there are no delays on-site.
We complete the bollard installations on time and to specification.
Our impact absorbing bollards are an effective and reliable way to ensure safety and prevent unauthorised vehicle access. Get in touch with us for expert advice.
EABs are designed to bend to a particular degree to absorb some of the kinetic energy in a collision. The angle of the EAB also means the front axle of the vehicle will be lifted off the ground, further deflecting kinetic energy and pushing vehicle occupants back into their seat instead of forward into the dashboard or steering wheel.
The result is pedestrians are fully protected from errant vehicles, and the risk of injuries and death is significantly reduced for drivers.
All our Energy Absorbing Bollards are rated for collisions with a 1,600 kilogram vehicle travelling up to 60 km/h. We have EAB options to suit different types of locations, including car parks and roads. We can help you choose the right type of EABs for your particular application.
Our team has supplied and installed EABs for hundreds of locations all over Australia, including the Rundle Mall project in Adelaide. We provide advice, supply and installation for clients with similar requirements to yours.
Yes, we have all information and documentation that various stakeholders will need, including testing data.