Use Portable Barriers to deny access and protect pedestrians where needed. They can be easily moved from one place to another. Portable barriers offer an excellent option for repeated requirements on different projects.
What are portable barriers used for?
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
Why use portable barriers?
Portable barriers are -
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.
The GHP Portable Barrier helps with covering larger areas. 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 make them ideal for maintenance crews.
When you need the right portable barrier delivered at the right price – call Pittman on 01 531 2111.