Ultra Portable Barrier
Portable barriers are used to deny access, direct traffic or protect pedestrians from open groundworks. Mobile barriers can be deployed to site with great ease. They are ideal for short notice installations and temporary setups. They are also ideal for regular maintance work where they can be stored and transported to and from sites with ease.
Where to use portable barriers?
Portable barriers can be used for
- Pedestrian walkways
- Open groundworks
- Street maintenance
- Indoor maintenance
- School grounds
- Traffic management and more
Portable barriers are -
- Easy to transport
- Lightweight and easy to deploy
- Available in a variety of design and options
- Suited to many environment types
The Ultra Portable Barrier can be deployed to site fast. The lightweight barrier can be carried and transported from site with great ease. The design allows it to be released and expanded when you need it. If being used outdoors the mobile barrier can be filled with water to provide added weight.
To cover a wider area the GHP Portable Barrier can assist. The movable barriers come with castors to move them around with ease. When needed the clasps can be undone to cover up to 3.85m when fully expanded. The gate style design of the barrier allows it to be used in straight lines, at 90 degree points and more. The highly visible caution symbols are noticeable to pedestrians and makes them ideal for maintenance crews.
Portable barriers are temporary physical barriers designed to control access, boost security, or manage crowds. The mobile nature of these barriers means they can be quickly deployed and removed when needed. Most portable barriers are easy to lift by hand or come with wheels or castors for easy moving along the ground.
Portable barriers are often used for security, site safety, crowd control traffic management, and more. They are typically used to deter pedestrians or vehicles into an area by providing a highly visible barrier in the area in question. The mobile nature of the barriers also means that they can be easily removed from the area when no longer required.
Portable barriers come in various formats and designs that are suited to different requirements.
- Steel Barriers: Steel barriers can interlock together to cover large distances. These barriers are often used public events to control crowds.
- Plastic Barriers: Plastic barriers are ightweight options that are easy to transport, commonly used for public groundworks
- Expandable Barriers: Expandable mobile barriers can expand or contract to cover various lengths. When not in use they can usually fold up to a much more compact size for easy transport.
There are many reasons to use portable barriers.
- Versatility - portable barriers are mobile and easy to transport to and from site. Most options are light or may come with wheels or castors so that they can be adjusted or moved when needed. They are suited to various needs and applications
- Cost-effective - portable barriers are highly effective at a low cost. Their reusability makes them ideal for transport to and from site for project after project.
- Fast deployment - the mobile nature of the barriers means they can be installed and layed out by hand.