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Steel Floor Stop Bollard With Removable Rubber Caps 42"L X 5"H
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Steel Floor Stop Bollard With Removable Rubber Caps 42"L X 5"H

Item #: WB238816

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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Floor Stop Bollards Prevent Unwanted Access To Forklifts, Pallet Trucks And Other Wheeled Machinery For Security And Maximum Protection.

These floor bollards feature a unique design that provides optimum strength and protection against hard impacts and crashes. Safety floor bollards are made from 4-1/2” diameter heavy duty welded steel. Security bollards include removable rubber end caps that allow bollard to be filled with concrete for extra reinforcement. Base plates are pre-drilled to accept mounting bolts (sold separately). Steel floor stop bollards have a high visibility yellow powder coat finish with black stripes on edges. Overall width 42-3/8".

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    • LENGTH INCHES42
    • WIDTH INCHES42-3/8"
    • HEIGHT INCHES5
    • COLOR FINISHYellow
    • ASSEMBLYAssembled
    • BRANDVestil
    • CONSTRUCTIONSteel
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERFSBOL-42
    • MODEL238816
    • TUBE DIAMETER INCHES4-1/2
    • WEIGHT LBS52

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