It’s Run-out Time!

Here at Barrier Group we are continually looking to improve our product lines. Sometimes the changes are small, and sometimes we completely redesign a product from the ground up – and this is the case with Ball Fence Gates and Fold Down Bollards.  Due to the introduction of the new Ball Fence Swing Gates and FD200-NP Fold Down Parking Space Pr...
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New Economy Cam-lok Bollards - Making Security More Affordable

Barrier Group's Cam-lok Removable In-ground bollards have always been the go-to product for protecting businesses against ram raids – and they still are. Our premium range of Cam-lok bollards is still available with Bi-lock High-Security locks and registered keys. However, while many businesses require the same level of protection, not everyone nee...
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De-Fence - your best defence.

De-fence is a complete, modular industrial safety fence system explicitly designed for pedestrian separation and machinery guard applications. With panels available in five standard widths, with either fully welded mesh infill or tough 4.5mm thick clear polycarbonate, the possibilities are endless. The mesh is a 3mm diameter steel wire at 25 x 25mm...
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Ball Fence Roller Gate for Tight Spots

Need a gate that is compatible with ball fence pedestrian separation systems but doesn't encroach on the surrounding area as standard swing style gates do? Barrier Group has designed a brand-new addition to their already popular and functional ball fence range: Ball Fence Roller Gate. As the name suggests, Ball Fence Roller Gate is a rolling gate w...
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Pilot Ready to Launch into Australian Pedestrian Control and Hazard Management Airspace

Barrier Group Pty Ltd, has been developing, designing and manufacturing pedestrian and workplace safety solutions in Australia for almost two decades. The company, which prides itself on the ability to control the new product development process from conception to completion, has this time created their Pilot range from the outset as an integrated ...
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Off-Street Parking for People with Disabilities

IF YOU ARE in the process of planning or upgrading an existing commercial or public carpark, you are required to consider the needs of people with disabilities as set out in AS2890.6:2009. In Australia, there is a requirement under the standard, for all shared areas adjacent to a dedicated parking space provided for the access and egress of people ...
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