Bollards: Rising Bollards and Security Posts in Aberdeen, Scotland, Aprimatic, BFT, Beninca, CAME, Ditec, FAAC, Nice: Centurion Security

Automatic Rising Bollards

Rising Bollards are a form of traffic control that disappears flush with ground level.  They are aesthetically pleasing and impassable to traffic.

Centurion Automatic Rising Bollards provide a neat solution to preventing the passage of vehicles without the requirement for gates and have a minimal impact on the environment for town centres and historic areas.

Bollards can be used individually or up to four units can run from a single control unit.  Typical uses are:

  • Residential and commercial entrances
  • Traffic lane control
  • Anti ram raid for shopping precincts
  • Control of pedestrianised areas / traffic limitation
  • Replacement of rising arm barriers in vandal problem areas.

The BFT Stoppy L has a full 500mm extension and is fully raised in just 6 seconds. The 210mm heavy gauge bollard is galvanised and ram resistant.

BFT Stoppy Up
BFT Stoppy Down

This unit is fully assembled and pre-wired, ready for installation.  There is no hydraulic plumbing and the bollard is fitted with a 6000mm multi core flex.

The multi-function controller will run from 1 to 4 separate rising bollards in conjunction.  High visibility is guaranteed by a set of programmable (flashing or constant) L.E.D’s around the top of the bollard.

Optional extras include battery back up to maintain locking during power failures and a heating kit to provide icing in cold areas.


Manual Security Posts

Centurion also provide a range of manually-operated Security Posts.

These come in a variety of weights or resistance-strength and can be

  • Fixed
  • Hinged
  • Retractable
  • Collapsible
  • Telescopic

All Centurion Security Posts are fully lockable.

Centurion Security Posts and Manual Bollards

Depending on model and location Centurion provide a full supply and install service, including essential civil works.

For further information simply contact us for further information and/or a thorough security audit.