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Performa-cast™ Polymer Bollards

To the untrained eye, they may simply be plastic bollards, but there is so much more to our Performa-cast polymer bollards.

Yes indeed, Performa-cast bollards can withstand high velocity impacts and unlike their counterparts they fold rather than shatter or break, making them the perfect, cost-efficient alternative to cast iron and steel.

Polymer bollards boast all the positives of a cast iron bollard combined with the strength of a steel bollard whilst also offering superior durability.

Polymer bollards are designed to be very low maintenance with very low life time cost, and their rust-resilient surface means their appearance will not be affected over the years.

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  • Polymer Bollard Chester

    4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review.

    Product Code: BOL/0011BN

    Available: In Stock

    Chester Performa-cast™ Polymer Bollard, Below Ground Fix Painted in Black RAL 9004


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    QTY: Download spec sheet
    Brand: Chester
    Category: Bollards 
    Sub Category:
    Below Ground
    Material: Performa-cast™ polymer
    Max Dia:
    Above Ground:
    Below Ground:
    Overall Height: 1200mm
    Weight: 15kg
    Units: Each

    If dimensions are critical please contact sales to confirm

    Since we make our products we can provide a complete range of finishes either from standard one's or from your own special requirements. Please contact sales to discuss this further.

    Rating: 4
    Title Derbyshire County Council: Polymer Bollards
    Comment Thank you for supplying the Chester bollard for our on-site testing.

    As you are aware, this bollard has now been subjected to sever abuse, the results of which are as follows:

    On trying to ignite the bollard the operating mechanism of the cigarette lighter being used melted before any significant damage could be done to the polymer.

    Next up was the Swiss Army Knife. The standard blade made only small cuts as it was only with some effort the the saw blade that a small piece of the top ring moulding could be removed.

    The bollard was then installed using a standard concrete base in the county council’s Stronggravels Depot at a vulnerable point in the vicinity of the fuel pumps. (Plenty of HGV traffic). Unfortunately our drivers adept at avoiding the bollard and only minor scuffing occurred.

    After a fortnight it was decided that we would try and remove the bollard using alternative means. In the end it was possible to bend the bollard at its base to an angle of around 45 degrees and remove a piece of the polymer from the steel core using a backactor. It was noted that the remainder of the Polymer did not debond from the steel.

    As it is extremely unlikely that an attack of this severity will occur at the roadside I am please to inform you that Derbyshire County Council is now intending to place an order for a number of these bollards for highway use.
    Name John Wickham
    John Wickham - 19-May-2016

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