Here are a couple of standard Banda removable bollards. They feature a unique through hole seen just below the black banding to help easier removal.
Tb10d Banda (removable)
The Banda removable version has a very neat spigot & socket mechanism where a hinged plate within the ground socket covers the bollard aperture after removal. They are secured by padlock and feature a unique 'through hole' at the top of the bollard recommended for inserting a bar to assist removal and carrying. It is a good idea to install additional sockets elsewhere, to the side, where the removed bollard can be stored temporarily. The basic Banda (removable) is £375.
Please note that along with similarly specified tubular bollards it is not designed to withstand the impact of a vehicle without some degree of damage. It is not a ram-raid bollard but should be used as a guide or deterrent to access.
Stainless steel 304 grade, 2mm wall thickness with radially grained finish.
High quality 50mm wide vinyl banding (doesn't chip or fade and is replaceable) in most RAL colours.
Weight & Above ground dimensions
15kg approx. and 5Kg for socket.
140mm diameter x H1000mm (above ground dimension); socket sunk 180mm below finished ground level.
Installation & Fixing
The removable version has a socket also with a baseplate fixing (same size and as fixed version). The socket is similarly bolted onto a below ground concrete base (same 180mm below ground level as fixed version) via 4No. M8 S/S resin bonded threaded anchor rods.
Foundations and fixings must be to Engineers final specification and approval.
316 grade stainless steel; electropolished finish; fixed version available; visibility banding - High quality 50mm wide vinyl banding in most RAL colours. Special stainless steel windows for reflective tape.
Download Banda (removable) data sheet
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These socket is installed flush at finished paving level
Here is a socket with the flap closed. Due to its relatively small footprint it looks very neat. This one is used as a 'spare' socket to place and store a removed bollard - this saves having to lean it up somewhere.
Please download data sheet for full installation, operation and maintenance liability guidelines
FOUNDATION AND FIXINGS MUST BE TO OWN ENGINEERS FINAL SPECIFICATION AND APPROVAL