Double Row Armco – RSJ Post – 2000mm to suit off-road Crash Barrier (Dig in)
Upgrade your parking or industrial area’s safety with our top-grade Double Row Armco RSJ Posts, manufactured from 127x76x13 UB and designed for maximum durability and protection. Our RSJ posts come with a double holed configuration to facilitate easy installation of two rows of crash barriers, making them ideal for areas frequently used by HGVs.
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Double Row Armco Posts provide for a rigid system with minimum deflection under impact – The advantage of this is that they can be easily installed tight up to the product that they are protecting, which maximises the space.
Arm your industrial estates and car parks with superior protection using our robust Double Row Armco RSJ Posts. Made from heavy-duty 127x76x13 UB, these RSJ posts offer exceptional durability, capable of withstanding the daily rigors of HGV-intensive environments. Our posts are made on site in the UK – we offer a wide range of bespoke posts if required.
Our posts feature a double hole design, specifically created to accommodate two rows of crash barriers, providing a heightened level of protection. This unique feature enhances the safety of your premises, helping prevent potential vehicular damage and protecting assets within your facility.
These Armco RSJ Posts are commonly utilised in areas frequently used by Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs), making them an excellent choice for environments like logistics hubs, warehouses, distribution centers, large-scale manufacturing units, and parking lots with high HGV traffic.
Installation is straightforward and efficient due to the pre-drilled holes, making it simple to set up the crash barriers, saving valuable time and effort. The double row design also allows for easy maintenance and replacements of the barriers, should it be required.
Our RSJ Posts offer a cost-effective and reliable solution for managing HGV traffic and reducing the risk of serious incidents. Their sturdy construction ensures longevity, making them a valuable investment for improving safety measures in your industrial or parking areas.
Opt for our Double Row Posts and experience the blend of premium quality, exceptional durability, and enhanced safety for your HGV-dominated spaces.
If you are unable to excavate on site enhance your industrial or parking area safety with our 1100mm high Bolt Down Double Row Armco RSJ Posts. Crafted from 127x76x13 UB, these posts ensure top-notch durability and effortless installation, perfect for HGV-intensive environments.
A double rail Armco system, also known as a dual-rail or twin-rail Armco system, is often preferred over a single rail system for certain applications due to its enhanced safety and effectiveness. Here are some reasons why a double rail Armco system may be used when installing off-road or in car parks:
- Increased protection: The primary purpose of an Armco system is to provide protection and containment for vehicles and pedestrians. A double rail system offers enhanced protection compared to a single rail system by providing an additional barrier to prevent vehicles from crossing over or penetrating the barrier.
- Enhanced visibility: Double rail Armco systems typically have a higher profile and are more visually prominent compared to single rail systems. This increased visibility can be beneficial in off-road areas or car parks where visibility is important for drivers and pedestrians.
- Compliance with safety regulations: Depending on the jurisdiction and application, specific safety regulations and standards may dictate the use of a double rail Armco system. These regulations are often in place to ensure the highest level of safety and minimize the risk of accidents. Using a double rail system can help meet or exceed these safety requirements, providing a reliable solution that adheres to the applicable standards.
It’s important to note that the choice between a single rail and double rail Armco system depends on various factors, including the specific application, safety regulations, and site requirements. Consulting with a qualified engineer or safety professional would be advisable to determine the most appropriate choice for a particular installation.