Port-a-guard Light Expandable Barrier

Port-a-guard Light Expandable Barrier

Plastic portable expandable barrier

The Light Expanding Barriers are made of Black and Yellow hi-tech plastics and comes with a built-in handle and locking strap to simplify handling and portability. This pedestrian barrier can be used as a temporary solution to control pedestrian traffic. The plastic slats and legs are corrosion resistant and durable while still maintaining its 3kg lightweight construction. However, if extra stability is required – for example, in windy conditions – the legs can be filled with water to add weight.

  • Port-a-guard Light Expandable Barrier

    Port-a-guard Light Expandable Barrier
    Code Image Product Name Stock Level
    Port-a-Guard Lightweight Expandable Barrier 2.4m - Black/Yellow

  • Description: Portable plastic expanding barrier
    Material: Injection moulded ABS plastic
    Finish: Yellow and Black ABS plastic
    Height: 970mm without castors (open)
    Width: 2.4 metres expanded. 250mm closed
    Weight: Weight without water: 3 kg (boxed)
    Weight with water: 7kg (7 litres required)
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Barrier Group

Barrier Group is Australia’s leading industrial safety manufacturer and distributor. Barrier Group designs, manufactures and distributes a wide range of industrial and pedestrian safety products such as bollards, fencing and pedestrian barriers, industrial gates, queue control systems, and traffic and car control products like speed humps, wheel stops and traffic delineators. We supply to all Australian cities including Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Hobart and Darwin, and supply to most overseas locations.

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