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Protective barrier parkingfixedrecycled plastic

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Characteristics

Type
protective, parking
Opening system
fixed
Material
recycled plastic
Applications
for public spaces

Description

Using the latest recycling and manufacturing techniques, ASF's range of recycled plastic products encapsulate the environmental benefits of recycled plastic with the practical qualities of a material that will not rot, splinter or rust. Available in a wide range of standard styles and sizes - ASF recycled plastic bollards, picnic tables, seating, planters, post & rail and litterbins are suitable for a wide range of uses. As with all products, ASF can manufacture completely bespoke recycled plastic street furniture if required. Recycled plastic has a great deal of flexibility not offered by other materials. Rather than being painted, it is pigment dyed throughout meaning small scratches and areas of damage do not visually detract from the product. The light weight is a great advantage if removable or semi-permanent products are required, and the smaller sizes of post profiles make for a genuine budget range where simple post demarcation is the main requirement. Recycled Plastic Post and Rail ASF have a range of birds-mouth and estate style recycled plastic fencing. This offers an environmentally friendly and good value alternative to other traditional materials. ASF can also offer recycled plastic in a range of post profiles and plank sizes (including tongue and groove) if a more traditional 'carpenter style' site build is required. Recycled plastic can be worked in much the same way as timber for these purposes.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.