Non-Inflatable Barrier Wall
Our Non-inflatable barrier wall avoids the potential problem of deflating when the wall is punctured.
This is because it is not inflated in the first place. Available lengths of 2ft , 4ft and 8 ft.
The install process is relatively simple:
- Set up the support braces and place them 4-10 feet apart, the distance of which is pre-determined
- Connect with the relevant material, 2” x 4-, 6- or 8-inch wooden boards, or 2’x 4’ plywood sheets placed horizontally or vertically, (the method of which is pre-determined), creating a wall.
- Connect the sheet to the braces.
- Weigh the sheet down with a heavy galvanized chain or other material such as sandbags.
Two workers, about 1 hour to set up a barrier wall 50 feet long and up to 8 feet high.
This system becomes more economic than inflatable barriers when the barrier height exceeds 6 ft.