Heavy Duty Bollard

Quick Install Safety Bollards – Tailored for Oregon & Washington

Discover top-tier safety bollards crafted with precision from US steel pipe, readily available for immediate dispatch.

Key Features:

  1. Long-Lasting Durability: These surface-mounted, bolt-down safety bollards are purposefully designed to safeguard areas like warehouses, pedestrian zones, shop floors, and drive-thru lanes, ensuring a reliable presence for the dynamic environments of Oregon and Washington.
  2. Versatile Design: Choose from four distinct bollard sizes, each accompanied by either a 1/8″ or 1/4″ Dome Top Bollard Cover. Standard heights range from 27”, 36”, 42”, 48”, to 52”.
  3. Custom Finishes: Depending on your aesthetic or functional preferences, the bollards are available in finishes like Raw, Galvanized, Prime Painted, Finished Coat, or Powder Coated.
  4. Base Plate Varieties: Each bollard size is paired with its respective base plate dimension:
    • 4” Bumper Post: 1/2″ x 8″ x 8″ base plate
    • 6” Bumper Post: 5/8″ x 10″ x 10″ base plate
    • 8” Bumper Post: 3/4″ x 12″ x 12″ base plate
  5. Enhanced Base Plate Options: Interested in a more robust foundation? Inquire about the 1” x 12” x 12” Super Duty Base Plate. To mitigate tripping risks, we also provide Rounded, Beveled, and Hidden Base Plate Bollards.
  6. DoD Anti-Ram Specifications: Our bollards meet the Department of Defense specifications and are available in ASTM C-40, K4, and K12 Crash Rated Protection. Whether safeguarding storefronts or needing to halt a 15,000 lb. vehicle, our experts guide you to the right protection level.
  7. Extended Range: Our collection doesn’t end here. Dive into a broader selection of safety bollards, such as Collapsible Locking Bollards, Removable Locking Bollards, Flexible Bollards, and C40 Traffic Impact Bollards, perfect for the diverse needs of the Pacific Northwest.

Enhance the safety and aesthetics of your property with our meticulously crafted bollards, optimized for the unique landscapes and weather conditions of Oregon and Washington.