The Neopolitan Delineator Post is ideal for guiding vehicles through roadworks, contraflow systems, past temporary obstructions, or for pedestrian and cycle lane segregation. The post can also be used to mark the boundary between the two carriageways whilst allowing access for emergency vehicles. An aesthetically pleasing, contemporary design means the delineator marker is well suited to urban environments.
Manufactured from Reflexapol® material, this road delineator is compliant to BS EN 12767:2019 at 100km/h, offering passive safety in the event of a vehicle or cyclist impact. A commonly specified 600mm retroreflective band (Diagram 7103) provides a TSRGD compliant configuration which is suitable for all highways applications.
Available with a choice of two fixing options, the Neopolitan Delineator Post features a compact, square base for easy installation in areas where ground space may be limited:
Bolt-Down Ground Fixings: Galvanised M10 self-tapping ground fixings allow quick and easy installation into a variety of substrates, including tarmac road surfaces.
What is this? Bolt-Down Fixings
Socket Installation: This method allows the post to be easily inserted and removed. Installed with tarmac or resin, the LockFast™ Mini Socket and Quick-Release Socket Adaptor are key operated to prevent unauthorised removal or tampering. For this installation, the post is supplied part assembled with the adaptor fixed ready for install into the LockFast™ Mini Socket.
What is this? Part Assembled Adapter and Socket
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