The Traffic-Line Aluminium Height Restrictor effectively warns vehicle drivers of height restrictions such as those encountered in underpasses, multi-storey car-parks, underground garages, buildings or facilities with limited height access.
Manufactured from aluminium profile with end caps, clad with retro-reflective* foil (Class 1) and supplied complete with suspension chains, this product is made to last. Please note that this is only applied to one side of the Height Restrictor Bar.
Size: 150mm (H) x 20mm (D)
Material: Aluminium Profile
Colour: Red/white or Black/yellow
Type: Retro-reflective to class 1 (red/white)
Suspension: 2M (L) galvanised chain x 2
. Aluminium construction
. Easily and quickly installed
. Reflective panels for high visibility day or night
. 2M (L) suspension chains included
Red/White - 2,000mm (L) - Weight 6Kgs - SKU 302.15.082
Red/White - 2,500mm (L) - Weight 7Kgs - SKU 302.16.975
Red/White - 3,000mm (L) - Weight 11Kgs - SKU 302.18.457
Red/White - 4,000mm (L) - Weight 13Kgs - SKU 302.13.245
Red/White - 5,000mm (L) - Weight 15Kgs - SKU 302.15.125
Yellow/Black - 2,000mm (L) - Weight 6Kgs - SKU 302.16.017
Yellow/Black - 2,500mm (L) - Weight 7Kgs - SKU 302.16.495
Yellow/Black - 3,000mm (L) - Weight 11Kgs - SKU 302.17.584
Yellow/Black - 4,000mm (L) - Weight 13Kgs - SKU 302.13.360
Yellow/Black - 5,000mm (L) - Weight 15Kgs - SKU 302.19.951
* Retroreflectivity” describes how light is reflected from a surface and returned to its original source (“retro”-reflector). Traffic signs are made with retroreflective sheeting materials to increase their visibility at night.
What is a Height Restrictor Barrier?
A height restrictor, height barrier, or height restriction barrier is a horizontal barrier mounted at the maximum allowed height, preventing taller vehicles from crossing. It is an artificial barrier. It may be placed some distance before something more substantial that imposes this limit (such as a roof), or may be used to enforce legal vehicle restrictions. Height restrictors can be found in front of underpasses, covered bridges, drive-throughs with overhanging roofs, parking garage entrances, and over-ground parking lots. The maximum height is usually posted either on the barrier itself or on a nearby sign.