Skateboard Stops – Cast Aluminium

Skateboard Stops – Cast Aluminium

A range of architecturally designed skateboard stops manufactured from cast aluminium with a tumbled finish. Designed to make a bold statement while preventing damage to private and public street furniture. A very solid aluminium construction with 2 cast-in M10 threaded inserts which allow them to be bolted from below, or use with the steel studs supplied to simply fix into 2 drilled holes using a suitable epoxy adhesive. Available in 4 modern styles to add interest to any outdoor space.

  • Description: Architectural skateboard stops     
    Construction:

    Cast aluminium with threaded inserts

    Installation: Fix from below or epoxy studs supplied
    Fixings:    M10 x 40mm steel studs included
    Sizes: 4 sizes and styles
    Weight:  Range between 140 and 200 grams
    Finish: Satin shot blasted finish
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    BARRIER GROUP PTY LTD
    58-62 Separation Street
    North Geelong Victoria Australia 3215

    AUSTRALIA WIDE TOLL FREE:
    1300 55 33 20

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    Barrier Group

    Barrier Group is a progressive and innovative Australian company that designs, develops and manufactures a wide range of safety products like bollards, pedestrian barriers, speed humps, industrial gates and queue control posts for private, institutional and occupational environments. We supply to all major Australian cities Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Sydney, Hobart and Darwin and can ship to most overseas locations (conditions apply).

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