Bollards serve seven primary purposes, each catering to specific needs in different environments. Understanding these purposes helps in selecting the right type of bollard for a particular application.

123.1 Building Security Bollards (HVM Bollards) #

Building security bollards play a vital role in safeguarding structures against potential threats. They can be strategically placed at various locations to protect entrances, perimeters, and glass facades.

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123.1.1 Building Entrances Security Bollards: Bollards installed at building entrances provide a defensive barrier against unauthorized vehicle access. These bollards enhance security by preventing ramming attacks and ensuring controlled entry.

123.1.2 Building Perimeter Security Bollards: Building perimeter bollards are designed to create a protective boundary around the structure. By restricting vehicle access and maintaining pedestrian safety, they act as a deterrent to potential threats.

123.1.3 Building Glass Facade Security Bollards: Bollards placed near glass facades serve as protective measures against accidental collisions or deliberate acts of vandalism. These bollards act as a barrier, reducing the risk of damage and enhancing the safety of occupants.

123.2 Public Safety Bollards #

Public safety bollards aim to protect pedestrians and cyclists in various settings. They serve as visual guides, directing traffic and delineating areas for specific uses.

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123.2.1 Pedestrians Safety Bollards: Bollards installed in pedestrian zones enhance safety by separating footpaths from vehicle traffic. These bollards can be used to create designated walkways, ensuring pedestrian safety in busy areas.

123.2.2 Cyclists Safety Bollards: Cycling bollards are specifically designed to safeguard dedicated cycling lanes. These bollards prevent unauthorized vehicle encroachment, allowing cyclists to commute safely and efficiently.

123.2.3 Storefront Safety Bollards: Storefront bollards are employed in commercial areas to protect businesses and pedestrians. They help establish a physical barrier between storefronts and vehicular traffic, preventing accidental collisions and improving safety.

123.2.4 Workplace Safety Bollards: In industrial and workplace environments, bollards play a crucial role in ensuring employee safety. By demarcating restricted areas and separating vehicle and pedestrian pathways, workplace Safety bollards minimize the risk of accidents.

123.3 Protection Bollards #

Protection bollards are deployed to safeguard outdoor assets, utility equipment, parking facilities, artwork, and land boundaries. These bollards provide physical protection against potential damage or intrusion.

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123.3.1 Exterior Walls Protection Bollards: Bollards placed near exterior walls shield buildings from accidental collisions and deliberate ramming attempts. They act as a protective barrier, reducing the impact of vehicular accidents.

123.3.2 Utility Equipment Protection Bollards: Utility equipment bollards are strategically placed to safeguard infrastructure such as transformers, HVAC units, and electrical panels. These bollards ensure the protection of critical equipment from accidental damage.

123.3.3 Parking Equipment Protection Bollards: Parking equipment protection bollards are utilized to protect parking equipment such as gate barriers, ticket machines and payment terminals.

123.3.4 Outdoor Artwork Protection Bollards: Bollards are often used to protect outdoor artworks, sculptures, and installations from vandalism, accidental damage, or theft. By strategically placing bollards around these artworks, they create a visual and physical barrier, preserving their integrity and ensuring their longevity.

123.3.5 Land Boundary Protection Bollards: Bollards are also used to mark land boundaries and demarcate property lines. These boundary bollards provide a clear indication of ownership and help prevent encroachment or unauthorized access to private property.

123.4 Traffic Bollards #

Traffic bollards play a crucial role in regulating vehicular movement and ensuring efficient traffic flow. They assist in lane separation, vehicle calming, and providing directional guidance.

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123.4.1 Lane Separation Bollards: Lane separation bollards are employed to clearly delineate different traffic lanes, preventing lane merging and minimizing the risk of accidents. They enhance road safety by maintaining orderly traffic flow.

123.4.2 Vehicle Calming Bollards: Vehicle calming bollards are used in areas where speed reduction is necessary, such as residential zones or school areas. These bollards help control vehicle speed, promoting safer road conditions.

123.4.3 Vehicle Direction Bollards: Bollards are often utilized to guide vehicles in specific directions, such as controlling access to parking lots or directing traffic flow. These bollards assist drivers in navigating and maintaining a smooth traffic movement.

123.5 Lighting Bollards #

Lighting bollards serve a dual purpose of providing illumination and enhancing the aesthetic appeal of outdoor spaces. They contribute to improved visibility, safety, and the overall ambiance of the surroundings.

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123.5.1 Walkway Lighting Bollards: Walkway lighting bollards are designed to illuminate pedestrian paths, ensuring safe and well-lit walkways during nighttime. These bollards enhance visibility, reducing the risk of accidents or tripping hazards.

123.5.2 Driveway Lighting Bollards: Driveway lighting bollards offer illumination for vehicle entrances and driveways. They provide enhanced visibility for drivers, facilitating safe entry and exit from properties, especially during low-light conditions.

123.5.3 Landscape Lighting Bollards: Bollards used for landscape lighting serve to highlight architectural features, pathways, gardens, and other outdoor areas. These bollards add an aesthetic touch while improving visibility and safety in the surrounding landscape.

123.5.4 Parking Lots Lighting Bollards: Parking lot lighting bollards are strategically placed to ensure well-lit parking areas, enhancing visibility and security for vehicles and pedestrians. These bollards provide a safe environment for parking and navigation.

123.6 Access Bollards #

Access bollards control and regulate vehicular and pedestrian access to specific areas such as buildings, parking lots, roads, or gated communities. They offer security and controlled entry, depending on the intended purpose.

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123.6.1 Building Access Bollards: Access bollards for buildings restrict vehicular access to designated entry points, ensuring security and controlled entry. They can be manually operated or automated, allowing authorized vehicles to pass through while preventing unauthorized entry.

123.6.2 Parking Access Bollards: Parking access bollards are used to manage entry and exit points of parking facilities. These bollards help maintain parking control, ensuring authorized vehicles can access designated parking areas while preventing unauthorized parking.

123.6.3 Road Access Bollards: Road access bollards are employed to control vehicular access to specific roads or areas. They are often used in situations where road closures or restricted access is required for safety, security, or special events.

123.6.4 Pedestrians-Only Zone Access Bollards: Pedestrian-only zone access bollards are utilized in areas where vehicular traffic is prohibited, ensuring the safety and convenience of pedestrians. These bollards create barriers to prevent unauthorized vehicle entry into pedestrian zones.

123.6.5 Gated Communities Access Bollards: Access bollards for gated communities provide secure access control for residential areas. These bollards restrict entry to authorized vehicles only, ensuring the safety and privacy of residents within the community.

123.7 Mooring Bollards #

The primary purpose of mooring bollards is to provide a strong and stable point of attachment for mooring lines or ropes, ensuring that a vessel remains in place while loading, unloading, or during temporary docking.

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