Glasdon delineator posts are ideal for marking hazards, creating boundaries between carriageways and highlighting cycle lane segregation. Designed with our unique Reflexapol® material, these reboundable delineator posts are passively safe in the event of a vehicle or cyclist impact whilst still providing durability. Retroreflective banding is available for our road delineators for high visibility, both day and night. When selected with 600mm banding, our delineators are TSRGD compliant for all highway applications.
Help mark out traffic hazards and boundaries with Glasdon plastic delineator posts. Designed to provide excellent rebound performance and reflective properties, our delineators offer a flexible & highly visible solution to road marking. A variety of secure fixing options allow you to install and site the delineator post to suit your location.
Manufactured using Glasdon Reflexapol® material, our traffic delineator posts offer excellent recovery performance even after repeated impacts. Following on from a slight nudge or a drive through collision, these bollards will return to their original shape with minimal damage sustained.
Glasdon flexible bollards are traffic-friendly, enabling road safety with minimal risk of physical threat to moving or stationary vehicles or the vehicle occupants. To highlight hazardous bends or roundabouts, our highly visible, flexible chevron signs are ideal and help to prevent accidents while cutting costs by outperforming traditional chevron signs.
We also use Durapol® material, a strong and durable polymer, for a wide selection of our rigid plastic bollards, including the Neopolitan™ Bollards. For protection of premises and property, these Durapol models can be supplied with Guardsman anti-ram raid fixings, proven to stop an unladen van at speeds of up to 30mph. View our complete security bollards range to find out more.
We have been manufacturing road and traffic bollards and highway safety devices for over 40 years. Talk to our road safety experts about your requirements today.