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Leicester settles on Night Owl

16 March 2016

Leafield Environmental’s Night Owl bollards can now be found throughout the length and breadth of the county of Leicestershire.

Following an in-depth review and evaluation of the performance of all the major self-righting bollards in 2012, Leicestershire County Council began specifying Night Owl bollards and to date have installed some 700 units across the county.

These passively safe, self-righting bollards have bodies rotationally moulded in a high rigidity polymer material in order to provide a stable surface for signage and conspicuity panels.

Unlike other similar designs that depend on unreliable mechanical means to “bounce back”, Night Owl passively safe bollards have a flexible polymer self-righting system that is proven to return to upright time after time after time.

The Night Owl Bollards have been used to replace many conventional square, illuminated, 4-sided bollards that are prone to damage during a collision and do not possess self-righting properties.


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