Height restrictors

Our GOAL POST height restrictor within the FLEX IMPACT® range is a flexible height restrictor that protects your gates, canopies, and bridges against collisions with high vehicles such as mobile elevated work platforms, trucks, and buses. A GOAL POST consists of a portal and an optional unattached adjustable tube or TOUCH BARRIER. The GOAL POST is available in custom sizes and in a variety of colors.

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Render of a yellow GP GOAL POST 250 - Height restrictor on a white background
Boplan FLEX IMPACT® GP GOAL POST 250 in a live setting - Height restrictor
Flex Impact
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Impact resistance:
7.20kJ

The GP GOAL POST 250 from the FLEX IMPACT® range is a flexible height restrictor that protects gates, canopies, and bridges from...

Render of a yellow GP GOAL POST 200 - Height restrictor on a white background
Boplan FLEX IMPACT® GP GOAL POST 200 in a live setting - Height restrictor
Flex Impact
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Impact resistance:
3.20kJ

The GP GOAL POST 200 from the FLEX IMPACT® range is a flexible height restrictor that protects gates, canopies, and bridges...

Render of a yellow TOUCH BARRIER - Height restrictor on a white background
Boplan FLEX IMPACT® TOUCH BARRIER in a live setting - Height restrictor
Flex Impact
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Our FLEX IMPACT® TOUCH BARRIER is an adjustable tube or barrier that we combine with our GP GOAL POST 200 or 250 height restrictor. Our ...

Picture of a Boplan FLEX IMPACT® bollard to protect valuable infrastructure

Do you need bollards instead of height restrictors?

Looking for impact-resistant bollards to protect your vulnerable infrastructure up to 24.1 kJ? Discover Boplan's FLEX IMPACT® bollards.

FAQs

What are height restrictors?

Height restrictors are safety solutions that prevent collisions with high obstacles. They consist of a horizontal height barrier supported by two vertical bollards. They prevent damage to a company's infrastructure and to forklifts or vehicles. They are often installed at the gates and entrances of warehouses, factories, and loading docks, as these are the most vulnerable to collisions at heights.