Atlas Triangle Traffic Guardrail

The Atlas™ Triangle Traffic Guardrail is designed to funnel heavyweight vehicles through doorway openings, bag halls and building infrastructure form damage.  

This is also ideal for intersections on internal and external traffic routes to provide directional guidance to vehicles. It is also used to direct vehicles around and away from ground-mounted objects or equipment. 

This robust solution has been purpose-engineered for airports with input from the British Airports Authority. 

 

Suitable for:
Charlatte airport baggage truck Linde airport baggage truck Electric tow tractor Mini van Push back tug Unit load device
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Technical specification

Angle of approach:

90°

Angle of approach:

90°

Angle of approach:

45°

Angle of approach:

22.5°
Example vehicle weight and speed:

Equivalent Vehicle Weight

6.3 Ton

Vehicle Speed

6 Mph

Vehicle energy

20,500 Joules

Transfer of energy

100% (20,500 Joules)
IED Weight
90°
IED Weight
45°
IED Weight
22.5°
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Our health and safety experts provide free risk assessments and specialist advice to identify the right level of protection for your facility. Book a no obligation consultation today.

Available in bespoke lengths as required, and in yellow, black or grey as standard.  Multi-directional posts ensure maximum flexibility and a tailored fit around all equipment and into any location.  A fully modular system means rails and posts can be quickly and easily replaced in-situ without removing adjacent guardrail sections.  Suitable for heavyweight vehicles with an impact height of 205 – 745mm.

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