Height restriction barriers are an important safety feature in many places. They are used to prevent people from entering areas that may be dangerous or off limits. These barriers are typically placed at entrances to amusement parks, water parks, and other recreational areas. They are also used in industrial and commercial settings to limit access to certain areas. Height restriction barriers are designed to be adjustable, allowing them to be set to a specific height in order to keep out people who are too short or too tall. They are also typically made of durable materials such as steel or aluminum, making them difficult to break or climb over. Height restriction barriers are an important part of keeping people safe and ensuring that they are not able to access areas that they should not be in.
The Traffic-Line Plastic Height Restrictor Bar safely and effectively warns drivers of restricted height conditions ahead without damaging vehicles. They can be utilised for both temporary and permanent installations quickly and easily.
They are ideal for installations in buildings or facilities with restricted height clearance such as car-parks, warehouses, construction sites etc.
Posts: 950mm (L) x 100mm Diameter - Weight 2.7Kgs - SKU 302.24.997
Material: Polyethylene (PE)
Suspension: 2M (L) Galvanised chains x 2
. Easily installed
. No sharp edges
. Retro-reflective for day or night visibility
. 2M suspension chains
* 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.