Crash Tested Rising Bollard – CSG 11840
The CSG 11840 is the first crash tested, hydraulically operated bollard manufactured by Cova Security Gates.
A flexible bollard alternative to a static bollard where access is required, but crash tested for added security from a counter attack. Available as standard in a number of durable finishes to any standard RAL No, or with an optional selection of sleeves to suit the environment or location.
A unique safety feature available is the pressure sensor facility. This will detect any obstruction on the rise cycle to stop and reverse the bollard on contact. All sub-surface bollard components are easily accessed from above so that installation or routine maintenance can be safely carried out on the road surface.
The bollard has been crash tested with an allowance for 100mm of topping below finished level which is a unique feature and provides a neat finish to the final surface. The ground socket for this product withstood two crash tests. This would enable a replacement bollard to be installed quickly following a hostile attack, securing the site again against a secondary attack.
Available in a number of durable standard finishes, to any RAL No. or can be sleeved to suit the environment and location.
Ideal for protecting entrances and perimeters for retail sites, train stations, hotels, commercial warehouses, embassies, bus stations, ports, oil & gas refineries & military installations.
Click on the ‘Downloads’ Tab to view our PSSA (Perimeter Security Suppliers Association) – Product Verification Certificate for this product.Features:
- Available in a number of durable standard finishes, to any standard RAL No, or a selection of sleeves to suit the immediate environment.
- A unique safety feature available for the 11840 rising bollard is the pressure sensor facility. This will detect any obstruction on the rise cycle, and stop and reverse this automatic bollard on contact.
- All subsurface components of this rising bollard are easily accessible without removing the bollard itself, allowing installation or routine maintenance to be safely carried out on the road surface.
- The 11840 automatic bollard was crash tested with an allowance for 100mm of topping below finished level, a unique feature providing a neat finish to the final surface.
This automatic rising bollard passed the PAS 68:2010 vehicle impact test with the following result:
(V/test weight[vehicle class]/speed/angle:penetration/dispersion)
The ground socket itself withstood two crash tests, enabling a new replacement rising bollard to be installed quickly following a hostile attack. This would mean that the site could be secure again from a secondary attack within hours.