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High Security Bollards PAS 68 & IWA 14-1 impact tested

Our High Security Bollards have all been PAS 68 or IWA 14-1 impact tested and are designed to provide a high level of security.  They are hostile vehicle mitigation solutions that protect roadways or perimeters from a vehicle with hostile intent whilst still enabling pedestrians free movement.

Static (passive) bollards provide a fixed or removable solution for public areas.

Automated active bollards can be used to control vehicle access.

Bollards are ideal for areas where public perceptions and aesthetics are a consideration but a high level of security is also required.  Shopping malls, stadiums, airports, sporting areas, public spaces and city centres are sectors that would consider impact rated static and automated bollards as a security solution.

High Security Bollards PAS 68 IWA 14-1 impact tested

Automated Bollards SB970CR Scimitar Bollard

A BSi PAS 68 impact tested active bollard is designed as a Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) Solution. is an automatic bollard that is hydraulically operated, it stands 1000mm in its fully raised position and retracts to road level to allow authorised vehicles access.

SB970CR Scimitar Static Bollard

The Avon SB970CR Scimitar Static Bollard provides a high level of physical perimeter protection.The fixed bollard stands at 1m above finished foundation

S40 Scimitar Bollard

The Avon Scimitar S40 Bollards are shallow foundation static bollards that sit fixed in the ground, they have been impact tested to the globally recognised standard BSi PAS 68, stopping a 7500kg truck travelling at 64kph (40 mph).

SSF100 Resilience Bollard

Avon Resilience SSF100 Bollard is a super shallow foundation bollard, designed to provide stand-off hostile vehicle protection for infrastructure. Physically impact tested to IWA14-1:2013 using an N2A vehicle travelling at 64kph (40mph).

75/50 Scimitar Static Bollard

Avon Scimitar 75/50 Bollards are static bollards that sit fixed in the ground, they have been crash tested to the globally recognised standard BSi PAS 68 at 50mph (80kph) and provide protection against a hostile vehicle attack.

75/40 Scimitar Static Bollard

Avon Scimitar 75/40 Bollards are static bollards that sit fixed in the ground, they have been crash tested to the globally recognised standard BSi PAS 68 at 40mph (64kph) and provide protection against a hostile vehicle attack.

75/30 Scimitar Static Bollards

Avon Scimitar 75/30 Bollards have been designed as a hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) solution, the static bollard has been physically impact tested to the BSi PAS 68 standards at 30mph (48KPH).

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Resources for PAS 68 High Security Bollards PAS 68 & IWA 14-1 available for download

Resources – Datasheets for Bollards

Resources datasheets PAS 68 & IWA 14-1 Bollards, Automatic & Static Bollards Download datasheets for our full range of PAS 68 & IWA 14-1 bollards including automatic rising bollards, static fixed…

Resources – Drawings for Bollards (PDF)

Resources PDF drawings PAS 68 & IWA 14-1 Bollards, Automatic, Static Bollards Download pdf drawings for our automatic PAS 68 & IWA 14-1 bollards Our static fixed bollards & removable…

Resources – Specifications for Bollards

Resources – specifications PAS 68 & IWA 14-1 Bollards, Automatic and Static Bollards Download technical specifications for our PAS 68 & IWA 14-1 bollards Is there any further information that…

Sectors ideal for PAS 68 and IWA14-1 Bollards

Stadiums, Hotels, Public Places

Shopping Malls

Historic Buildings, Museums, Art Galleries, Palaces

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