Concrete road barriers can be applied in speed zones up to 100km/h and are used for traffic separation and diversion. Concrete highway dividers are commonly used during major roadworks for safely guiding motorists to avoid oncoming traffic.
What is a concrete crash barrier?
Concrete road barriers are instantly recognisable as road barriers and highway dividers. These road barriers, available at Coates, reduce the risk of accidents to motorists, pedestrians and construction workers.
How much does a concrete barrier weigh?
Concrete crash barrier styles include T-lock and JJ hook connectivity for creating a solid crash barrier wall. A solid, 6M concrete road barrier standing 0.8M weighs 4000kg, providing heavy duty crash protection for oncoming vehicles. Coates concrete barriers for hire are easy to transport using an appropriate heavy duty vehicle.
Do concrete barriers need to be load tested?
Coates concrete traffic barricades and other road barriers are load tested to ensure they meet Australian safety standards. All Coates equipment and machinery is regularly serviced to reduce the risk of accident or injury.