Water Filled Barriers

Fortress Fencing manufactures, imports and supplies a range of safety barriers. These include products such as crowd control barriers, water filled barriers, road, traffic and pedestrian barriers. Our products are easy to install, highly visible, sturdy and durable.

Water-filled barriers are a great solution which can be easily moved on site. Fortress Fencing stocks Armorzone plastic water filled road barriers, Zone-Block™ barriers and more. These are Australian designed and manufactured with a user friendly interlocking system. Made of UV resistant polythene, Fortress Fencing design our barriers to resist the harsh Australian sun. Water filled barriers are available in a range of colours and sizes.

The Zone-Block water filled barrier is a low speed vehicle and pedestrian traffic delineator. This barrier meets Australian Standards, and is great for civil construction projects, building development sites, sporting events, car parks, general pedestrian delineation and crowd control.

The Trafix 2000 water filled barrier is Australian designed and manufactured. Fortress Fencing construct this barrier from UV protected polythene. It is therefore designed to resist the harsh Australian sun. Available in white or red, each module is 2m long.

The Water-Wall T1 Crash Barrier is an interlocking low speed zone jersey barrier, ideal for road closures and construction projects. It has a rugged plastic shell constructed from polyethylene plastic. As a result, it is resistant to cracking and breaking under harsh conditions.

Our Armorzone plastic water filled road barrier is ideal for road maintenance, civil and construction projects. Made from polyethylene, the system is made up of 2 metre long plastic units. These are then joined using a twin pin and filled with 520 litres of water.

Fortress Fencing has a range of other site safety supplies to meet your requirements - simply call 1800 809 809 to speak to our friendly customer service team.

© Copyright 2017. fortressfencing.com.au All rights reserved. Disclaimer