GK Solutions in conjunction with Co-Ordinated Landscapes brings a new range of high impact vehicle barriers to the local market.

We have teamed up with Elgo Team the pre-eminent bollard manufacturer in Israel. Elgo Team has been one of the leading developers and manufacturers of vehicle mitigating barriers for over 15 years.

Elgo Team was selected by the Russian government to be the provider of all the Kremlins bollards. The project was successfully completed recently with some of the most unique bollards being created with their own internal heating systems in order to operate in Moscows extreme weather.

Our bollards have been tested and rated to international standards with different versions reaching the protection requirements for K4, K8 and K12.

Elgo is also the main supplier of bollards to the Israeli government’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

GK Solutions and Co-Ordinated landscapes can supply and install these quality bollards to you at substantially lower cost than our competitors, yet still providing the highest level of protection and workmanship.

Our extensive bollard range includes: Fully automatic, semi-automatic, manually removable and fixed bollards. We can provide the fully automatic bollards in Pneumatic, hydraulic and electric versions.

All bollards can be supplied in a stainless steel, zinc coating or painted as required by the client. Our bollards are galvanized for corrosion resistance, and may be fitted with Led lights (optional) for maximum visibility. The bollards closing speed can be adjusted to ensure safety and security requirements are met. All our bollards require minimum maintenance, making them a preferred solution throughout the high security market. GK Solution’s bollard systems function individually or in groups (unlimited No ) and can be operated by a variety of control systems.

We also supply an array of boom gates, traffic lights and safety loops to compliment our bollard range and ensure that your entry not only provides high security but exceptional safety elements as well, to ensure “safe” vehicles are not accidentally damaged by the rising and lowering of the high impact bollards

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