Reddifast flexible car park barrier systems have successfully completed a comprehensive, independent testing programme at MIRA, the Motor Industry Research Association.
The tests, in accordance with BS6399 Part 1 1996 and BS6180 1995, were completed on spring steel barrier systems using the several different versions of both the Reddifast spring steel posts and the Reddifast steel buffer posts. The barrier systems also comply with the latest guidelines in the recent ICE reports into protection around structures.
For a number of years there has been a lack of choice of fully tested and approved barrier systems for car parks within the UK, but the Reddifast spring steel safety barrier systems have already been integrated in the Adey Barrier profile, which has a less intrusive width and is considered less industrial in appearance than other off-road barrier protection systems.
The Reddifast parking posts were part of the uniquely innovative safety barrier system used in the Gloucester Quays Car Park Barrier Contract, one of the largest car park barrier contracts awarded to date in the UK. The contract required a total of 3,474m of car park barrier systems, including products from across the Reddifast range.