CRL BLRSRV1B0RB Oil Rubbed Bronze Bollard 9" Square with Domed Top and Single Line Accents

Item #: BLRSRV1B0RB by CR Laurence

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CRL BLRSRV1B0RB Oil Rubbed Bronze Bollard 9" Square with Domed Top and Single Line Accents

Item #: BLRSRV1B0RB by CR Laurence

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  • Available Cover Only or With Concrete Filled 8" (203 mm) Schedule 80 Pipe Reinforcement
  • Available in Alloy 304 or 316 14 Gauge Stainless Steel; Polished, Brushed, and Non-Directional Finish
  • Design Options Include Single or Double Line Accents
  • Round, Square, Rectangular, and Triangular Profiles in Stock, and Custom Sizes Available
  • Available in 464 .080 Thick Bronze-Naval Brass; Brushed or Antique Finish

Type

Square with Domed Top and Single Line Accents

Style

Bollard 9"

Finish

Oil Rubbed Bronze

CRL Architectural Bollards provide roadway and pathway definition. Architectural Bollards are installed in pathways to deter intrusion, divert traffic, and define routes or roadways. They provide safety and protection to buildings and structures while still maintaining pedestrian freedom, all while adding to the building's overall architectural design. Our Bollards are intended for applications where design is crucial, and they are incorporated into the overall landscape architecture. CRL offers assistance with design, structural requirements, and installation details for all Architectural Metals Systems. For more information please contact CRL's Architectural and Ornamental Metals Division. Important Notes: STRUCTURAL DISCLAIMER - All customers who in any way utilize this product are solely responsible to consult a structural engineer to determine the suitability of the product for the intended use and site conditions. All installers must be qualified and have professional knowledge about compliance with local, state and federal regulations, safety factors, and the appropriate choice of fixing material and procedures.