What are the different types of fixing options?
In which situation would each fixing be used?
Below is a description of in which situations each of the fixings might be used;  Root fixed; often used in anti-ram situations and provides a solid permanent fixing. Base plated;  May be used where a concrete base already exists...
How are logos fitted to the different types of bollard?
Below are details on how brand logos are applied to bollards of different materials: Cast iron; integrally cast onto bollard during manufacture. Polyurathene; usually cast separately and fixed to the bollard by means of an adhesive or drilling...
What is the average weight and height of our bollards?
At we have a range of many different bollard sizes. However, on average the following applys: Material Weight  Height Ductile/ Cast iron 45kg 985mm Polyurathene 22kg 985mm Concrete 90kg 450mm 220kg...
What is the maximum diameter you would recommend for a fold down bollard?
The maximum diameter which we would recommend is 100mm. 
How does a ground socket work on a removable bollard?
A steel socket with a hinged lid (sockets approx. 200mm deep) is concreted into the ground. When the bollard is in use, the hinged lid locates on a lug on the bollard and a padlock secures the bollard to the socket. When the bollard is removed the lid...
How may a removable bollard be stored?
Additional sockets may be utilised to store removable bollards.
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