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Protecting Against Hostile Vehicles at Mornington

In addition to our Pneumatic Automatic Bollards, Event Bollards and Removable Bollards were also installed in Mornington, one of Australia’s largest coastal towns, last December.

Australian Bollards - Mornington - Event Removable Bollards

Australian Bollards installed Removable Bollards on both Queen and Ross St to protect the community against hostile vehicles.

Last year, a car crashed into Northcote Plaza shopping centre in Melbourne’s North, where four people were hospitalised and the outer glass of a shop front was destroyed.

Incidents like this are why Australian Bollards prioritizes safety, security, and protection.  

These Removable Bollards can be pad lockable and can halt a 1.5 tonne vehicle travelling speeds of up to 30 km/h. The bollards are engineered to provide security for locations where a temporary solution is necessary, such as parking lots, entry/exit doors or events with heavy pedestrian traffic.

Our Removable Bollards are available in stainless steel, galvanized steel or in a powder coated finish.

The Event Bollards, however, were placed on Albert and Blake St during December to ensure pedestrian and public safety as Mornington’s Main St was converted into an outdoor dining precinct over the Summer.  

Australian Bollards’ Event Bollards are fully customisable, ranging from concrete squares to spherical Event Bollards, and can also be installed with lights, guaranteeing a higher degree of safety during darker hours as well as for those who are visually impaired.

Our range of Bollards are perfect for sensitive or high value locations, ensuring the protection of your assets and of the community.

For more information on our range of products and services like our Event Bollards or Removable Bollards, call us on +613 9459 3488 or visit our website today.

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