Bendable markers offer robust traffic guidance while avoiding costly damage and repairs
Flexible bollards are more than just traffic pylons. Rigid in form, but flexible enough to withstand vehicle impacts, each bollard is made from heavy-duty polyurethane. Bollards are able to withstand repeated impacts—bending up to 90 degrees—without losing their original shape or placement.
Flexible bollards direct traffic by providing clear indication of boundaries and off-limit areas, while minimizing vehicle damage in case of accidental collision. Each bollard is installed with inground mountings—fixed or removable—ensuring bollards aren't tampered with or stolen.
While standard orange traffic cones are easily damaged or kicked out of place, quality bollards withstand heavy use in high-traffic environments for extended periods of time.
Flexible bollards provide strong visual indicators for drivers, helping direct traffic flow and identifying off-limit areas. Bollards stand at an ideal height to ensure drivers can see them. Flexible posts provide traffic control on their own but can also be used with other traffic-calming infrastructure such as medians, extended sidewalks and crosswalks.
Flexible bollards are available in a range of bright colors and can be equipped with reflective strips for maximum visibility. Standard black options are also available in sleek, contemporary and traditional designs to better align with architectural requirements.
Durable polyurethane construction
Flexible bollards are made from durable polyurethane to ensure lasting performance. Bollard coloring permeates throughout its internal structure. Any scratches, scrapes or dents from extended use or impacts show minimal markings. Bollards are finished with a durable powder coating and UV protection to minimize maintenance and prevent fading in sunlight.
Functional and easy installation
All Reliance Foundry flexible bollards have undergone rigorous impact testing to ensure lasting performance after repeated vehicle collisions. Flexible bollards have been proven to withstand full 90-degree flexion up to 50 impacts and partial 45-degree flexion up to 500 impacts.
Flexible bollards can be installed as fixed bollards—either embedded in new concrete or surface-mounted to existing surfaces—or with removable mounting kits.