Water Filled Barriers
Water-filled barriers are high-visibility safety barriers that are primarily used to protect pedestrians from slow-moving cars, vans and bikes. These barriers, which are made of tough plastic, provide a sturdy and reliable safety system that is quick and simple to set up.
At Street Solutions UK we offer an extensive range of water-filled safety barrier products for sale to suit a variety of site tasks, whether it’s a pedestrian barrier or road barrier that you need we have everything to suit your requirements.
Water-filled safety barriers are made from plastic and are relatively lightweight making them easy to transport and deploy, either water or sand can be used to fill them, ensuring the barrier will not move from its position.
Water Filled Barriers
We also supply heavy duty barriers manufactured with HVG’s in mind, these can be used on construction sites or logistic sites where lane delineation is needed and to create a strong barricade between vehicles and pedestrians. The GB2 barrier can withstand wind speeds of up to 78mph when filled with water to the fill line.
Express delivery and bulk discounts are available to buy. For more information on our products or to get a custom quote on larger orders please get in touch with our sales team on 0161 706 0479 or email us at email@example.com (we also have a guide).
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the purpose of water-filled barriers?
A water-filled plastic barrier with a traffic rating that is used for roadwork and traffic management. These water-filled barriers allow a striking vehicle to be safely and predictably stopped, contained, or redirected.
What exactly are water barricades?
Water or sand-filled barricades/barriers are designed to be transported without the use of heavy-duty lifting equipment. Water or sand can be used to fill the barrier, making it an immovable object and fulfilling the objective of blocking access to specified perimeters.
What are water barriers made of?
Water-resistant barriers are available in a variety of widths, lengths, and materials. These are polymeric-based sheets (plastic) that can be spun-bonded (fibres), cross-woven (tapes), film (sheets), or a combination of these.