Installing bollards

IN-GROUND BOLLARDS

  1. The Impact Recovery Rings are slipped over the top of the Internal core and secured using the clamp.

  2. The Internal core (with Taper attached) is simply dropped into the ground socket automatically locking in using friction.

  3. Bollard is simply slipped over the Rings and a securing stud is inserted (in a threaded hole near the base of the bollard) beneath the Impact Recovery Ringpreventing upward movement of bollard casing
 


To remove bollard. Remove stud near the base of the bollard using Allen key and repeat above in reverse. If badly impacted internal core may need replacing (Taper can be removed and re-used)

 

TOOLS REQUIRED

  1. Removal Tool required to remove internal core from ground socket.
    (Foot tool option avaliable)
  2. Screwdriver is required to tighten clamps
  3. Allen key to remove bollard casing


 


INSTALLING GROUND SOCKET 
 Ground sockets can be installed by simply positioning upright when pouring concrete footings preserving the integrity of the foundations and providing a perfect finish (or can be retrofitted by removing a few pavers or core drilling) Installation tool can be used to install and align ground socket. The cap is then installed until concrete has cured sufficiently and you can install your bollards.

 

 

 

 

SURFACE MOUNT BOLLARDS

 

  1. The Internal core is attached to the upright spigot using an Allen key to tighten the grub screw so that it finishes flush with the post

  2. The Impact Recovery Rings are slipped over the top of the post and attached using the clamp

  3. Slip bollard over the Rings and insert securing stud in threaded hole near base of bollard.

 

To remove bollard. Remove stud near the base of the bollard using Allen key and repeat above in reverse. If badly impacted internal core may need replacing (Taper cna be removed and re-used)

 TOOLS REQUIRED

  1. Screwdriver is required to tighten clamps
  2. Allen key to attach core to spigot and to remove bollard casing

 

INSTALLING BASE PLATE We supply 4 recesed flat-head expaning concrete anchors. You simply drill into the concrete and insert anchors