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Coates Hire - Sliding gates for solar Solutions.

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Coates Hire - Sliding gates for solar Solutions.

Every Day, Australians all over the country head to work in-order to support themselves and their families. Australian bollards offer solutions to help make these workdays less taxing and easier on everyone. One of these solutions are the solar powered access control panels, that can be used to power a multitude of different devices to make working easier. These panels can power most electrical devices including lights, signs and even automated access control gates. In February 2019 one of these solar paneled devices was installed in Coates Hire Oaklei  ...read more

The Electric Patrol Car – The Cop the Environment Needs

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The Electric Patrol Car – The Cop the Environment Needs

Australian Bollards are at the forefront of supporting Victoria Police with the decision to add a fully electronic patrol car to their ranks. This is an attempt to test how feasible the introduction of electronic cars as a permanent feature in the front line of road patrol. The new patrol car is a customised Tesla Model X that has five doors and two powerful electric motors that can go from 0 to 100 in under 4 seconds and can cost between $136,000 and $182,000. This spectacular car maintains a drag racing record and being completely electronic can be  ...read more

World Champions Australia aim for their 6th win

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World Champions Australia aim for their 6th win

Tomorrow will see the return of the ICC Cricket World Cup after four long years, held in England and Wales. Australia’s highly anticipated first game will be on June 1st against Afghanistan. The Australian National Cricket Team is the worlds’ leading champion, holding the international record for the most wins at the Cricket World Cup. In 1987 the Australian team earned their first victory, successfully followed on in the years 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015. This year marks 20 years since the tournament has been hosted by England, a perfect opportunity to the 12th edition Cricket W  ...read more

Clear Ballistic Glass - Safety you can see.

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Clear Ballistic Glass - Safety you can see.

When you think of France a few images come to mind, the most prevalent is the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel tower began construction in 1887 and took two years to complete, being over 324 meters tall and weighing over 10,100 tonnes. This French attraction gets an average 7 million visitors from tourist and native Parisians every year, supporting the French economy. Parisians first didn’t know how to feel about the construction, however over the last 132 years it has become a staple in the scenery and highly admired by the world around. This makes the current events o  ...read more

Opalia Shopping Centre set to launch in September 2020

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Opalia Shopping Centre set to launch in September 2020

Melbourne's outer western suburbs will be home to a new shopping complex with the introduction of the Opalia Shopping Centre. Major retail outlets like Woolworths and Chemist Warehouse as well as several other businesses will be setting up stores at the new shopping complex. The 19,000 sq.m shopping centre will be located in Melton South and is 45 minutes drive to Melbourne's CBD. It can be expected to have thousands of customers entering its doors and be a place where people can shop to their hearts content, socialise or just simply relax and ha  ...read more

Putting Safety First for Collins Street

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Putting Safety First for Collins Street

The city is ever evolving, buildings change, develop and disappear all the time. Businesses in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD are not excluded from this, they must be more ready to adapt as most of them are premium grade commercial buildings, surrounded by many bars, restaurants and shopping districts. Collins street 530 is one of these buildings that has plans to upgrade many of the security systems, ground floor and food courts in order to be safer. Australian bollards are committed to providing its customers with solutions that are tailored to fit their  ...read more

A Green Solution to Traffic Congestion

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A Green Solution to Traffic Congestion

The City of Darebin has indicated a massive crackdown on cars, proposing to remove all-day parking in streets within 400 metres of train stations on the Mernda and Hurstbridge line. Car parks will not be affected, however parking near these 11 stations between Northcote and Reservoir will now only be able for two-hours. This is to deter people from driving their car to the train station and leaving them there all day. The council wants to encourage people to ride bikes instead, as these areas are becoming over congested. A great way for locals to keep their bikes safe is with  ...read more

Centurion - Standing the Test of Time

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Centurion - Standing the Test of Time

Public protection is a great focus of Australian Bollards, we pride ourselves on keeping up to date on current impact test standards and ratings. We are delighted to be able to carry a multitude of different HVM solutions that hold various safety impact ratings. There are many different impact test standards for rating hostile vehicle mitigation solutions, such as bollards and traffic barriers. These test standards include PAS 68, IWA-14, K4, K12, M30 and M50. The PAS 68 and IWA-14-4 are international standard, and the US standards include the K4, K12, M30 and the M5  ...read more

Hostile Vehicle Mitigation - Keeping Collins Street Safe

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Hostile Vehicle Mitigation - Keeping Collins Street Safe

Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) is an important procedure that must not be forgotten about when it comes to keeping our cities and suburbs safe from vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (VBIED). Such a matter, if not taken seriously could potentially result in many lives being severely impacted by these events happening. Australian Bollards offers HVM solutions to VBIED problems with its vast range of products which are suited to the customer's needs and requirements. Australian Bollards have completed many project  ...read more

Centurion - Protecting your tomorrow, today

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Centurion - Protecting your tomorrow, today

Vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (VBIED) are a constant and very real threat in today's society. Because of this, hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) is fast becoming more and more important in preventing such events from occurring. Without these protective mechanisms put in place, it leaves people without the protection they deserve. Nicholas Marasco, the General Manager of Australian Bollards believes that safety is paramount when it comes to protecting people, a belief that is too shared by the Israeli government.  ...read more







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