Friday, 18 May 2012

LED Nightowl baselit self righting Bollards Hit the Streets

First Pictures of the all New LED Self Righting Nightowl base lit bollard installed last week.
The bollards are  fixed securely to the Duct box that comes with the unit.
The Highly efficient 7.5W power consumption LED unit is of course controlled by photocell saving power during daylight hours.

The new  Nightowl is one of the new generation reflective Self Righting Bollard (SRB) whilst being retro reflective and can take impact after impact where other bollards would start to give up!!

The Night Owl bollard has passed the following British Standards:
BS 8442:2006(14) for Retro Reflective Self Righting Bollards
BS12767 Passive Safety of Non Harmful Structures (70,NE,4)
BS EN 12899-2:2006 5.6.4 Torsion Test
Approved by the DfT (Department for Transport). 

The design is to match the standard Nightowl retro reflective self righting Bollard to allow harmonised schemes of both illuminated and non illuminated products.

For any further information please contact our sales office on 01189 404717.

Monday, 14 May 2012

New Community Notice Board for Burnham

Burnham High Street in South Buckinghamshire  recently unveilled there latest purchase of our 

The large Notice Board (1542mm x 1092mm ) finished in Cobalt Blue has two lockable swing doors enabling plenty of local details to be easily displayed.

But if this was not enough room for the busy High Street of Burnham, no worries as this unit is double sided!
To really finish off the Notice Board the top & bottom section is sign written along with their Burnham Village logo.
The unit is installed with our Langford style posts and finials t tie in with the other street furniture located in the High Street.

We have many other designs available just contact our Sales on 01189 404717.

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Ridgeback Cycle Stand

Question: When is a Pedigree Ridgeback dog not a dog?
On the catwalk today is Jameson,
 rakishly sporting a azure blue collar, setting off his dark sultry eyes!

Answer: When it is a all New Cycle Stand!!

Not sporting a blue collar,
 but fully signed up TfL style reflective cycle parking logos.

The stand is a Black cast polyurethane moulding onto a steel core for additional strength.
The stand requires virtually zero maintenance and being made of polyurethane is very robust, but very kind to the cycles that use it as they will never get scratched by these stands.
The design also incorporates a ridge design on the top bar, which helps keep padlock chains in place, so as they do not slide along the bar and scratch the cycles parked.

The Ridgeback Cycle Stand the Doggys Do Das of the Cycle Parking World!!