The purpose of most bollards is to prevent vehicular intrusion beyond the point at which they are installed. By far the most typical and least expensive bollard is steel bollards, or a pipe guard. Usually 6 5/8 inches in diameter, buried 2 or 3 feet in ground, and extending 4 feet above ground. The steel pipe bollard is usually surrounded by a 16 inch to 3 foot wide concrete footing with the interior of the steel pipe also being filled with concrete. If the bollard is to be surrounded by a sidewalk, the footing usually can be smaller.
Stainless Static Bollard
Stainless Steel Sloped Top Bollard
Stainless Steel Sloped Top Bollard with Black Stripe
If you require static or stationary bollards to protect utilities, sidewalks, or property. We can supply you steel pipe bollards, and recommend a contractor. Who will install them. We have supplied countless steel bollards to many areas within the United States. From supplying 232 to to a South Florida recycle facility, and 171 to the Denver Airport. To supplying as few as 8 steel bollards to a contractor in California. I know we are competitive and can save you money.
Bollards for new buildings: We will be more competitive than your steel supplier. Where the supplier will provide you with new steel. We are using renewed steel that has been primed to prevent rust and any flaws cut off and removed.
Getting a Quote is easy, let us know the following:
- WIDTH X LENGTH
- WALL THICKNESS
- Shipping Zip Code
The most popular choice for wall thickness is our “SCH10” steel pipe bollards. With standard steel pipe bollards being filled with concrete, “SCH10” won’t bend upon collision and a better economical choice. We do provide SCH40 for increased wall thickness. The cost comes to about $40 more per bollard. Which is why we suggest the SCH10 to loosen up your budget! Contact us today!
In normal situations we can have the bollards to your job site in as little as five business days after your order. We are attentive to details, and will keep you informed of where your shipment is until it arrives at your site.