15 RETRACTABLE BOLLARDS – Powder Coated or Stainless Steel 01

15 RETRACTABLE BOLLARDS – Powder Coated or Stainless Steel 01
Retractable bollards are designed for medium security
applications such as traffic and parking control. They offer
a simple, trouble free operation proven over many years of
installation.
Note: A retractable bollard should not be used where
high security locking is required, such as car yards etc.
For these applications insurance companies insist on
our “Cam-lok” removable bollards.
The retractable bollard is now available with a choice of
two different materials. The BR900 has a 5mm thick
mild steel bollard that is zinc coated and E-Coated before
being powder coated in hi-vis safety yellow with two
reflective bands. The BR900-SS has a 3.05mm thick
316 marine grade stainless steel bollard. As this model is
designed for more architectural applications it does not
include reflective bands.
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Black
anti-slip surface
RETRACTABLE BOLLARDS
– Powder Coated or Stainless Steel
SECTION
01
50mm Class 1
Reflective Band
(2 places)
BR900 Steel
model only
90mm
900mm
Now available with the
option of a 316 marine grade
stainless steel bollard
(without reflective bands)
Powder coat
E-Coat
Zinc
Value features:
Locks in both up and down positions.
Strong circular design 90mm diameter x 5mm wall.
Black anti-slip surface on top of bollard.
Unique low cost ‘T’ handle key.
Convenient, no loose posts to store.
Galvanised in ground casing.
Available with a powder coated finish or 316 grade
stainless steel bollards.
Trouble free design. Only 2 moving parts.
Internal locking system can’t be tampered with or
fouled by dirt or water.
Note: 2 keys supplied per order. Additional keys may
be purchased.
Concrete
footing
Galvanised
in-ground
casing
Compacted fill
1150mm
Specifications
Description:
Material:
Finish:
Height:
Weight:
Locking:
Installation:
Retractable bollard for vehicle access
and parking control.
Bollards 90mm diameter with 5mm mild
steel or 3.05mm 316 stainless steel wall.
In ground casing 140mm with 5mm wall
mild steel.
Powder coated models are zinc plated prior
to E-Coating and finally powder coated.
Stainless steel models are marine grade 316.
In-ground casings for all models are hot
dip galvanised.
Drainage
aggregate
Above ground 900mm.
Below ground 1150mm.
BR900 41.5kgs / Operating weight 6kgs.
BR900-SS 38kgs / Operating weight 4kgs.
Unique internal locking mechanism
with ‘T’ handle key.
Excavation and concrete footing.
350mm
Diameter
E-COATING is another name for electrocoating, electropainting, or
electrophoretic lacquering. It is used to deposit a paint or lacquer
coating (rather than metal, as is deposited by electroplating).
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
BR900
Retractable bollard assembly – powder coated
BR900R
Replacement bollard
BR900-SS
Retractable bollard assembly – 316 stainless steel
BR900R-SS
Replacement 316 stainless steel bollard
BRKEY
Additional ‘T’ handle key for retractable bollard
BOLLARDS
1. Locks in down position.
2. Turn to unlock and lift.
3. Turn to lock in up position.
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RETRACTABLE BOLLARDS
SECTION
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Installation Procedure:
1. Set out and bore holes approximately
500mm diameter. Recommended
spacing for bollards is 1400mm
maximum, centre to centre. Holes
should be 100mm deeper than the
length of the galvanised ground
casing. (PHOTO 1).
2. Place coarse gravel in the bottom
of the hole, sit the bollard on this
base until the top flange plate is
approximately 10mm above the
natural ground level. Ensure bollard
is plumb then place more gravel
around the bollard until the hole is
approximately 1/3 full. (PHOTO 2).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
3. Replace some of the excavated
soil from the hole and compact until
the hole is approximately 2/3 full.
Check the operation of the bollard.
(PHOTO 3).
4. When satisfied the bollard is plumb
and at the correct height, cover the
top with tape to prevent entry of
cement into bollard casing. Fill the
balance of the hole with 35-50 mpa
concrete. Add steel reinforcing if
required. (PHOTO 4).
5. Finish off concrete as desired,
remove the protective tape and clean
around the bollard and top flange.
(PHOTO 5).
6. Stand back and admire your
beautiful work. Well done! (PHOTO 6).
PLEASE NOTE
a. When finishing off the concrete, taper the surface
slightly away from the surface flange. This will
reduce the amount of water that finds its way into
the ground casing.
b. The coarse gravel in the bottom of the hole acts
as a drainage sump for water that finds its way
into the casing. This is normal and should not be
seen as a problem.
c. Never allow the bollard to free-fall from the raised
position. Always lower using the ‘T’ handle key.
Photos courtesy of R.L. Reed Inc. (Las Vegas).
BOLLARDS
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RETRACTABLE BOLLARDS
SECTION
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Locking Procedure:
1. Insert the ‘fingers only’ of the key
into the bollard, as shown.
Note: Slot in bollard is off-centre.
Insert key so that handle is facing
out on ‘short’ side of the cap.
1. Insert key to short side.
2. Fully insert and pivot key
to upright position.
3. Rotate to unlock then lift.
4. Lift until fully extended.
5. Rotate to lock.
6. Confirm bollard is locked.
(DIAGRAM 1).
2. Fully insert key while pivoting
upwards into the vertical position.
Note: It is important that the key is
fully inserted until it can not go any
further. (DIAGRAM 2).
3. Lift the key until the weight of
the bollard is taken.
Rotate anti-clockwise to unlock.
(DIAGRAM 3).
4. Lift bollard until fully extended.
(DIAGRAM 4).
5. While holding bollard in the fully
extended position, rotate in
anti-clockwise direction until it
stops. Remove the key. The bollard
should now be locked in the upright
position. (DIAGRAM 5).
6. Now re-insert the ‘fingers only’ of the
key and support the bollards weight,
then twist from left to right. If locked
correctly there will be minimal
rotation. If not locked, the bollard
will fully rotate and retract.
(DIAGRAM 6).
Note: Reverse procedure to unlock and
lower bollard.
WARNING
NEVER ALLOW
THE BOLLARD
TO FREE FALL
INTO THE GROUND.
DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
BOLLARDS
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