Temporary Barriers

Saferoads is one of the world leading innovators in road safety barrier systems. Saferoads crash barriers are independently crash tested, and can therefore be used with confidence. Our traffic barriers contribute to the reduction of work zone related crash incidents.

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CSP Pacific

CSP Pacific are New Zealand's leading supplier of civil roading construction and road safety products.

Temporary Barriers for any Work Zone

The team at Saferoads can assist to ensure all requirements are met for the installation of temporary barriers at any construction site.

Saferoads T-Lok barrier is a popular choice due to its lowest deflection levels of any of the approved concrete barrier systems. Our T-Lok barriers also can be supplied with a wedge interlocking system that allows for 90 degree corners, as well as high strength anti-debris/anti-gawk screens, if required.

Our in house engineering team has developed the only unanchored barrier to successfully pass a MASH TL-4 crash test, the HV2 barrier. This steel barrier is also extremely fast to deploy, due to its innovative connection system.

Choosing the Right Road Barrier System

 
  • Temporary Barriers

    Our steel and concrete road safety barriers have been designed and tested for crashes up to 100km/h, making them ideal for major roads and highways. Temporary barriers can also be fitted with anti-debris and anti-gawk screens.

  • Pedestrian Barriers

    If you’re looking for a lightweight yet effective barrier for the delineation of pedestrians, consider investing in water filled barriers. Blockout has a clever, stackable design allowing up to 96 meters to be transported on one truck, offering huge transport savings when compared to other safety barriers. That’s not to mention the ease of which Blockout temporary barriers can be moved around as needed on site.

Areas We Service

Saferoads supplies high quality temporary barriers for road safety to all Australian capital cities; including Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide, and Hobart.

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