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Spring Steel Barrier
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Significantly reduces the shock loads of a vehicle impact

Spring Steel Barrier
Protect your building against low speed impact from fast moving warehouse traffic. The spring steel uprights are designed to absorb the load, recovering every time.

GHB Spring steel uprights will mount steel crash barrier sections in accordance with BS 6399 to take low speed impact. The shock loads imposed by vehicle impact can be significantly reduced, stopping accidental damage, especially in relation to fixing anchors and the concrete decks.

Simply bolted to the concrete deck, the GHB Spring Steel uprights give the crash barrier that important degree of flexibility that will help protect your property. The crash barrier system is normally mounted to a concrete foundation at least 25 N/mm2 which should provide for a maximum pull-out tension load of 60 KN.

The Spring Steel Crash Barrier System is designed for car parking areas and offers a cost effective solution for the protection of perimeter walls, split level and ramp areas, service installations such as ducting for air conditioning, rainwater pipes and lighting columns.





GHB/S/R Spring Steel Car Park Post with rubber sleeve
GHB Spring Steel Buffer Upright (cranked)
GHB/S Spring Steel Buffer Upright (straight)
GHB/BP Base plate and anchor fixings
SB1 Steel Crash Barrier
SB1/E End Wings

Warehouse rail is a comprehensive range of rails, uprights and fixings. The spring steel uprights give that important flexibility that absorbs low speed impact. Designed to work in the warehouse environment and external applications to prevent accidental damage to service installations such as ducting for air conditioning, rainwater pipes and lighting columns.

Frequently Asked Questions about this product

Will spring steel barrier take a low speed impact?
Yes, this range is designed to absorb impacts from slow moving traffic and recover. It also reduces the effects of “shock” through concrete decks on multi-storey car parks.