What’s the difference between BSL and BCL?

Sleeve-lok removable bollards (BSL) and Cam-lok removable bollards (BCL) are both robust removable security bollards. The physical structure of the two bollards is almost identical, the difference comes from the way in which they are locked into the in-ground steel sleeve.

  • BSL shackle and padlock

    BSL

    The BSL adopts a shackle and padlock method to lock the bollard into the sleeve, whereas the BCL uses are higher security and more tamper resistant internal cam-lock to secure the bollard into the sleeve.

  • BCL internal cam-lock

    BCL

    The BCL utilises a high quality Australian made Bi-Lock locking system with registered keys where the BSL can be fitted with any standard padlock.

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Last updated: Thursday, 01 March 2018

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