Delivering High Levels of Security for Victorians

Australian Bollards Roadside Service and Saferoad Division is an essential service that delivers its customers the finest asset protection and public security products. As VicRoads plays a key role in helping provide Victorians with safe and easy connections to people and places that matter most to them, we have designed and combined both our AB-EAB Energy Absorbing Bollards and AB-2.5T-64KPH – IWA14-1/PAS68 Fixed Shallow System and installed them across all VicRoads sites throughout Victoria.


The two systems provide local communities with the highest level of security, preventing harm to buildings, vehicles and pedestrians. Paired together, our AB-2.5T-64KPH and AB-EAB can provide your business with the best quality protection.


Engineered to save lives, our Energy Absorbing Bollards (EAB) are the perfect traffic safety solutions to protect pedestrians from reckless drivers, making them ideal for high foot traffic areas like sidewalks, schools, shopfronts and tram stops.



Our EAB’s are engineered to meet IWA14-1/PAS68 standards, allowing them to withstand and halt vehicles weighing up to 1.6 tonnes while travelling speeds of up to 60 kilometres an hour across work zones, low speed roads and high foot traffic areas to protect pedestrians from hostile vehicles. 


The EAB’s ability to ‘give way’ and absorb the kinetic energy of oncoming vehicles upon impact and to safely decelerate to a steady and controlled stop is what makes this combination so unique.  Evidently, this further reduces the risk of serious injury from occurring.

Designed to protect people and public properties, the AB-2.5T-64KPH – IWA14-1/PAS 68 Engineered Shallow Mounted Bollards are capable of withstanding the impact of a 2.5 tonne hostile vehicle at speeds of up to 64 kilometres per hour.

For more information on our AB-EAB Energy Absorbing Bollards and AB-2.5T-64KPH – IWA14-1/PAS68 Fixed Shallow Mounted System, call us on +613 9459 3488 or visit our website.



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