Here at Pittman Traffic and Safety Equipment we have plenty of bollards and parking post options that are suitable for many areas around Scotland. Our parking posts are useful in many public or private premises and are suitable for stopping traffic from entering into out of bounds areas, preventing unwanted vehicles from entering premises or to direct traffic into particular areas of a car park or grounds.
Parking posts are common around many areas in Scotland and here at Pittman we have an excellent range that will provide you with a bollard that is suitable to your area.
What kind of Parking Posts do Pittman have in stock?
At Pittman we have a large range of bollards and parking posts – from fold down posts, to removable posts and even telescopic posts, we are sure to have the parking post that will fit best. One of our more popular parking posts is the Autobahn Fold Down Parking Post – this highly durable and highly effective parking posts would be suitable for many areas around the Scottish region, excellent for blocking off traffic in car parks, warehouses or even at home at a private residence, ideal for deterring the theft of your vehicle. Each of these parking posts is made from the toughest steel that has been hot-dip galvanised, ensuring excellent protection against rusting and corroding. Their highly visible demeanour make them perfect for most environments, providing highly visible reflective strips for better vision of the parking posts in darker environments. These parking posts are ideal also in front of a gate or warehouse door, helping to prevent unwanted entry where necessary.
How do your removable parking posts work?
Where fold down parking posts leave a trip hazard on the surface when they are folded down, removable parking posts help to relieve this by allowing you to completely remove the bollard when unlocked. The Autobahn Removable Steel Post is a prime example – this excellent parking post utilises a euro profile cylinder lock that allows you to quickly and easily unlock the bollard when not required, leaving a hole in the ground that can be covered easily. Each parking post comes with a socket that will have to be submerged under the ground, leaving very little trip hazards on the surface when the bollard is removed.