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TYPES OF BARRIERS
Metal  crash barriers conforming to all major specifications like.
ministry of road transport & highways, India(MORTH)
American (AASHTO M 180)
Euronorm (EN 1317-1&2)

FEATURES
Our tested and proven barriers ensure minimum damage to the vehicle and its occupants.

during collision the W beam absorbs maximum energy by flattening out and laterally restrains the vehicle from veering over.

Prevents the vehicle from skidding back onto the carriageway by controlled exit angles by gradual deceleration and effective redirection of the vehicle back onto the road.

Provides a good visual guide to the drivers especially in the night.

Enables quick repairs in case of accidents.

All components are hot dip galvanized for longer life.

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS

QUALITY
accredited with the ISO 9001 – 2000 procedures, the quality of the products supplied are governed by the self-imposed discipline code of the company which ensures respect for the contract obligations.

  • Quality of design
  • guaranteed characteristics of the product and its performance.
  • trace-ability of the input materials.
  • Transparency of product inspections.

APPLICATIONS
As restraining barriers onn embankments of expressways & highways.
As containment barriers on medians and grade separators of four/six lane roads.
As protection barriers/containment  barriers for hilly terrains and ghat roads.
As racecar crash guards on car racing tracks.
For interior safety at airport, plants handling hazardous chemicals, mines, colleries, etc.,
As fencing barriers for country border lines, expanse lands, water bodies, bridge piers, signposts, rocky areas etc.,

 

Post & Spacer
Metal crash barrier as per
“the ministry of road transport & highways, India” (MORTH),
Clause 810 and:
Circular No.
RW/NH/33022/1/94 DO:
III dated 24th june 1994

 

Circular No.
RW/NH/33044/2/88/S & R:
dated 9th may 2000

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