Illuminated Traffic Bollards

For new and existing traffic calming schemes where illumination remains a statutory or risk assessed requirement, choose from the Glasdon range of zero and low energy illuminated traffic bollards.

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Glasdon Signmaster™ illuminated, keep left bollards are drive-through tested for passive safety and provide all round visibility by day and night. These double aspect bollards are retroreflective with front, side and rear patches available.

For new installations, the Solar Signmaster™ LED bollard is a smart 'zero energy' illuminated traffic bollard offering increased visibility without the direct mains electricity costs.

The Rebound Signmaster™ LED Bollard with Sublite Box or 24v flush kit offers a complete solution for new installations and draws just 5 watts, slashing unmetered electricity costs by 80%. For existing installations, use the original light box with a Glasdon Signmaster conversion kit or alternatively simply upgrade an existing bollard and lightbox to energy efficient LED illumination with a Glasdon gear tray. View our sign lighting range to find out more.

We use LEDs with an expected life of at least 50,000 hours. They are brighter than traditional fluorescent tube lights and can be operated with a built-in Photocell or CMS device.

The Rebound Signmaster bollard is a passively safe, self-righting solution designed to recover its shape and up-right position after a vehicle impact. Part of our flexible bollards range, the Rebound Signmaster is available as a white illuminated bollard or a black or white non-illuminated bollard, and features panels of high intensity retroreflective material to make sure the bollard is visible in all conditions. All retroreflective materials supplied by Glasdon are as recommended in table NA1 of the National Annex of BS EN 12899-1:2007 Fixed Vertical Road Signs.

Additionally, the Illuminated Mini-Ensign™ bollard is an ideal solution for highlighting delineation and marking the potential hazard of a traffic island at night. Typical applications, such as in-carriageway cycle lanes as bike path bollards, will see these bollards installed on and along traffic islands to segregate cycle traffic from motorised traffic.

We also design and manufacture an extensive range of non-illuminated plastic bollards for a variety of schemes.

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