Chapter 8 Pro Guard Pedestrian Barrier

Smiths Hire offer the most versatile pedestrian safety barrier hire options, Chapter 8 guard barrier systems can be flexibly deployed for both traffic and pedestrian control and warning.

Key features

  • Reflective panels for high visibility
  • Lightweight for fast assembly, easy transportation and storage
  • Quickly deployed – ideal for emergency incidents
  • Non-permanent fixing – ideal for repositioning
  • Stability in a range of conditions
  • Legislation compliant (when used as recommended)

Barrier units

Chapter 8 units comprise of a variety of pedestrian safety barrier hire options, including:

  • Avalon Barrier
  • Firmus Barrier
  • Safe Gate Manhole Safety Barrier
  • Strongwall Barrier
  • Vim Safety Barrier
  • Watchman Safety Enclosure

Safety compliant

Chapter 8 pedestrian barrier systems for hire are available in high visibility colours (colour depending on the type of system selected). All barriers include retro-reflective panels, for maximum visibility.

All Chapter 8 safety barrier systems for hire are offered by safe Site facilities conform to Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual and the New Roads & Street Works Act, when used in full compliance with the recommendations of these guides.

Versatile and portable

A key feature of all Chapter 8 barrier system options is their lightweight, but durable construction. This enables non-permanent installation which offers stability but is easily portable and quick to install or reposition, ideal for emergency road-side repairs or pedestrian diversion.

The reduced weight and innovative designs of these pedestrian barriers for hire also makes them easy to store and transport between sites.

pedestrian barrier systems for hire
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Web Price: Ex VAT & Delivery (if applicable)

Day hire rate

Was £12.00

Additional Day rate

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Weekend hire rate

Was £12.00

Week hire rate

Was £12.00

Chapter 8 Pro Guard Pedestrian Barrier in action