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The Vision Barrier can connect to either itself or other existing barriers using the various attachment methods on offer. Reflective strips on the spindles allow increased visibility.


Manufactured from virgin HDPE.
600 x 450 sign facility.
Highly reflective sleeves (360°) on two vertical spindles for improved visibility.
When combined with Cross-Trench Support, the stability is greatly improved, and has extremely good resistance to high wind speeds.
Q-Clip support for barrier to barrier connection.
Hook & Eye connection to other barriers.
Compatible with Master & Gate barriers.
Customer identification may be embossed into Barrier body.
Available in other colours upon request.


Conforms to requirements of BSEN8442
Reflectivity requirements of BSEN12899-1
Chapter 8 - The Traffic Signs Manual
Safety at Street Works & Road Works
   – A Code of Practice.
Traffic Signs Regulations & General Directions

Spec Sheet:



Wind Resistance

All temporary traffic barriers must be able to withstand three different classes of wind speeds with the use of a ballast. The standard BS 8442:2015 states the three classes as the following:

Class A: 26.3 m/s (58 mph)
Class B: 17.6 m/s (39 mph)
Class C: 8.7 m/s (19 mph)

The Vision Barrier system was tested under strict conditions at the Full Scale Wind Tunnel at Mira to determine at which wind speeds the barrier can withstand. Below are the results and guides as to the recommended ballast weight for each Wind Class:

Class C
Withstood up to 19.8 mph.
Recommended Ballast Weight: 0 kg
Class B
Withstood up to 44.2 mph.
Recommended Ballast Weight: 30 kg
Class A
Withstood up to 61.8 mph.
Recommended Ballast Weight: 90 kg
Road Rock
Withstood up to 44.2 mph.
Recommended Ballast Weight: 0 kg
Boxed with Road Rock
Withstood up to 63.4mph.
Recommended Ballast Weight: 60kg
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