In selecting a suitable material consider the following features and advantages.
Clean smooth lines and an ageless finish make Leda stainless steel bollards the favourite with architects across Australia, Asia and the Middle East.
Available in either Grade 304 or Grade 316, stainless steel provides an attractive durable, low maintenance and corrosive resistant product that will last indefinitely.
When strength, impact resistance and security is needed, steel provides the answer.
Heavy duty and extra heavy duty galvanised steel pipe in C350 Grade high strength steel is used in the majority of models.
It is therefore the obvious choice when people or pedestrians need protection.
Suitable for casting into both traditional and modern shapes, aluminium is ideal in architectural applications where aesthetics are important.
Used also in conjunction with aluminium pipe, it provides an excellent surface for electrostatic powder coated finishes allowing architects a wide range of colours from which to choose.
This modern material is increasingly finding its way into the Leda bollard range using both virgin and 100% recycled plastic.
Plastic is low maintenance, vandal resistant and extremely long lasting. It is the obvious selection for environmentally sensitive applications.
Their substantial bulk provides a greater visual deterrent than other Leda bollards while providing an attractive and durable alternative for landscape architects.
Pre-cast concrete and stone bollards provide an effective barrier to vehicles. The range includes round, square and pyramid shapes. Natural stone finished include sandstone, bluestone, granite and limestone.
The world`s traditional building material is featured in large round and square profiles using beautiful Kwila hardwood. Leda bollard timber is sourced from fully environmentally sustainable and managed forests.
The Kwila timber farming process is supported by the WWF and approved by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). In selecting Leda timber bollards you are guaranteed of FSC certified timber.
Cast Iron Cast iron bollards illustrated in previous Leda literature are now replicated in more modern building materials such as aluminium and plastic.