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Plastic Road Barriers

Plastic Road Barriers

Road safety should be a priority for everyone. Roads should be designed in a way that guarantees safe and convenient transportation of people and goods. It is always recommended that drivers adhere to road safety rules and stick with speed limits. Yet, accidents still happen every day on South African roads. When a driver loses control over his/her vehicle, there is always a risk of them colliding with other vehicles or road objects.

Road barriers are used to stop vehicles that are out of control from hitting pedestrians or other roadside hazards, going down slopes and from crossing into the path of oncoming traffic. You might have noticed these yellow barriers in the streets and on construction sites. They are designed to redirect drivers and have a more moderate severity than the hazard they guard.

Benefits of Road Barriers

The primary benefit of using road barriers is a reduction in crash severity. While an accident may still occur, the outcome might be less severe. Road barriers can also reduce the possibility of head-on crashes. Other benefits include:

  • Reduced congestion and traffic jams
  • Increased road safety

Safe and Durable Road Barriers Pretoria

At Pioneer Plastics, we manufacture and supply various types of road barriers including pedestrian road barriers, nesting road barriers and MKII barrier available in 150L and 300L options.

Our New Jersey design road barriers are resilient and can be used in many different settings, from forklift barriers to karting tracks. You can also fill them with water or sand. Our UV stabilised barriers are made with a double linking pin system for increased strength and can be fitted with pipes and netting. Going with these are road cones that we make.

If you are looking for reputable and affordable plastic road barriers suppliers in South Africa, you've come to the right place. For more information or to request a free quote, get in touch with the team today!

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