Australian Bollards – Innovating Hostile Vehicle Mitigation

Although the coronavirus has changed our way of life for the time being, Australian Bollards has continued to provide the public with the safety it deserves and needs during these different times    

To combat rogue hostile vehicles, reckless drivers and vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (VBIED), Australian Bollards understands that nothing but the most up to date defensive mechanisms are required to maintain peace, safety and security.  

Our range of hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) solutions has a variety of products including street furniture and concrete bollards like our VBIED Planters and our Colossus and Vanguard Bollards.

Bollards can be seen as intimidating objects but at Australian Bollards we like to display a soft approach when it comes to hard security to take the focus away from their purpose as they provide an aesthetic appeal to the product.    

These HVM bollards which not only look great will create a barrier between pedestrians and passing cars along the edge of the footpath at equal intervals, making the roads a safer environment for all.    

Proudly Australian made, our qualified and dedicated team can engineer these HVM solutions to the top of the range PAS68 and IWA 14-1 industry standards, making them capable of halting a 2.5 tonne vehicle travelling speeds up to 64kp/h.  

Much like those at Princes Bridge and Olympic Boulevard, Australian Bollards has also provided its HVM solutions to the Former Royal Mint on Williams Street (Colossus Bollards), at Media House on Collins Street (VBIED Planter Bollards) and Chadstone Shopping Centre (Vanguard Bollards).

Service and quality is our philosophy and as we have done for almost 30 years, Australian Bollards have produced only the very best there is to offer for its customers in asset protection and public security.

For more information on our range of products and services like our HVM bollards, please call us on +613 9459 3488 or visit our website today.

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