Providing excellent perimeter protection, the RS007 Stainless Steel Bollard is an ideal choice for pedestrian walkways and parking areas. Its double-banded design provides a stylish, contemporary aesthetic.
The Rhino RS007 is manufactured using carefully selected grade 316L stainless steel, which is not only robust and recyclable but offers excellent resistance to corrosion, staining and surface pitting. Requiring very little maintenance to retain its original appearance, the material provides attractive ‘life cost’ benefits when compared to alternatives, such as carbon steels.
This 1000mm bollard is supplied with a 500mm root depth as standard. The root is placed underground and secured using concrete. A cross bar keys into the concrete for added strength, ensuring that the bollard cannot be moved or twisted. Optional fixing method, surface mount, is available upon request.
- Suitable for pedestrian walkways and protected parking
- Minimal maintenance
- Made from 316L stainless steel
- Alternative heights and diameters available
Q50 Site/street furniture/equipment
Carbon FootprintAvailable on Request
Ethical Risk Index
This Radar diagram illustrates the level of ethical risk associated with a specific stone. Ethical risk is plotted against the 10 ten measures of the ERI, with each value drawn from reports produced by independent ethical auditors, engaged by Marshalls to provide non-biased and honest reporting into levels of risk in that supply chain.
Each of the 10 measure is designed to recognise different and discrete sources of ethical risk. This produces a bespoke, fit for purpose framework designed specifically for the requirements of the stone industry. The radar diagram itself also compares the Marshalls supply chain to the wider industry in that stone, giving users a working comparison of Marshalls supply chain to the industry average, in the opinion of the auditor.
- Modern Slavery Act Awareness
- Supply Chain Visibility
- Income and Employment Security
- Health & Safety
- Employment Freely Chosen
- Corruption and Bribery