Stainless Steel Bollards

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Stainless Steel Bollards are a post that is made from stainless steel, generally used for protecting assets but chosen for either its pleasant aesthetic appeal, its corrosive resistance, or both.
Stainless steel bollards are often used at the entrance to train stations, airports, shopping centres, hotels, schools, universities, cafes, stadiums or the entrance areas to any other public facility.
If you are choosing stainless steel bollards for the corrosion resistance, you should ensure your bollard is 316 grade stainless. Often 304 grade (or less) is not adequate enough protection, especially when installed near salt water.

Area Safe's entire range of stainless steel bollards are 316 grade stainless steel, find out why you should choose 316 Stainless Steel Bollards

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Stainless Steel Bollards are a post that is made from stainless steel, generally used to separate pedestrians from vehicles and guard shop fronts against ram-raids, but chosen for either its pleasant aesthetic appeal, its corrosive resistance, or both.
Stainless steel Removable Bollards are 316 grade with #4 brush polish, with security key operation.
Stainless Steel Internal Base Plate Bollards are engineered for applications where in-ground fixed bollards can’t be used and a standard (exposed) base plate may cause a trip hazard or interfere with trolleys or cleaning etc especially in tight spaces or food areas.
Stainless steel removable bollards are 316 grade and #4 brush polish, with security key operation.
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