This simple design an Armco Barrier placed on GH spring buffers which are designed for minimal ‘bump’ damage to vehicles.
The GH buffers can have handrail extensions bolted to them to allow the handrail to be attached to 1100mm high.
This can be achieved with many other posts in the range.Contact Us
This is a simple cost effective way to protect tight spaced areas. The Armco barrier is cut to size and fitted to RB1X buffers with extensions on to allow for a double height barrier up to 1100mm.
Push on end caps are then added to highlight the barrier ends.Contact Us
Armco barrier, mesh and handrail is a perfect way to guard car park edges.
They are fixed to RB1 100x14 spring buffers and are installed to BS6399 & EN1991-1-1:2002(E) for car parksContact Us
Armco Barrier mounted on the Z Section dig in post.
The Z Section post is economical, effective and the standard motorway post and crash barrier configuration for many years.Contact Us
Armco barrier on bolt down C section posts.
A perfect barrier configuration for handrail systems as the C Section post small base plate reduces trip hazards for personnel.Contact Us
Armco barrier bolted down to concrete at 3.2m centres on RSJ posts, the quickest and easiest way to protect your property.
The RSJ posts can also be placed at 1.6m and 0.8m centres if a heavier duty barrier is required. Also available for digging in to the ground.Contact Us
Arcmo Barrier on Planted Buffers.
This post is the space efficient planted spring buffer, the slim, socket design enables them to be easily and affordably replaced.Contact Us
Double height Armco barrier is perfect for protection against high sided vehicles, enabling drivers to see clearly segregated areas such as footpaths.
This system is on box section posts but can be achieved with RSJ and C section posts.Contact Us
We can radius Armco barriers to curve down to 6m radius if required. This barrier is Convex and bolted down.
(Note 50m radius is deemed to be straight)Contact Us
RSJ posts are universal and can be made to any required size.
In the photo they have been fitted with an Armco Barrier and handrail at 1600mm centres.Contact Us
Box beam on RB1 buffers with mesh and handrailContact Us
Box beam on HDB buffersContact Us
Box beam section. Comes in 2.4m & 4.8m lengthsContact Us
Box section 90° corner. An effective way to change direction.Contact Us
Box Beam Joint plate. Use these in a pair to connect your box beam sections togetherContact Us
Box Beam Clamp plate. Use these to connect the box beam section length to posts.Contact Us
A Box Beam Rounded end. A more solid way to end a run of box beam sections and make it less sharp.Contact Us
Box beam Plastic end cap. A simple/ cost effective way to end a run of box beam sections and make it visible.Contact Us
A Box Beam end plate. A nice smooth flat way to finish a run of box beam sections.Contact Us