- Easy linking system makes it straightforward to set up barriers in versatile configurations
- A choice of two different sizes depending on your needs
- Durable, impact-resistant construction for use in tough environments
The JSP Titan barrier system is designed with versatility in mind, with its linking system allowing you to configure barriers exactly as you need them. The pieces can be set up in a square or rectangular formation to surround an object or area of hazard, or they can be used in a semi-circle to enclose part of a wall. You can also set the barriers up in a line, which is useful for directing traffic or keeping pedestrians on a specified route, and the barriers can be moved at each hinged joint so they can follow a precise design. Each barrier piece is supplied with a hinge connector, which are also available separately, so they're ready to set up.
Made from an impact-resistant plastic, the barriers are durable and sturdy but lightweight and easy to manage. The central strut on each piece improves the stability of the barrier but also has moulded finger grips and rounded edges to provide a convenient way to carry them. The barriers are designed to be disassembled quickly when they're no longer needed, and they stack together neatly for storage in compact areas.
Each barrier piece is designed in a highly visible orange, with reflective strips on the top panel increasing safety in low light environments or at night. If night time use is likely to be common, it's worth considering the version of the JSP Titan barrier with high-visibility anti-trip feet, particularly if the barrier is likely to be used in areas with high pedestrian traffic.
A choice of two different sizes lets you tailor the barrier to your specific needs, and they can be mixed and matched if required. 1.5-metre barriers are recommended for use in pedestrian control and restriction, while the 2-metre versions save you time when you need to make a longer barrier. We also offer the JSP Titan as a starter kit, which can be a more cost-effective option if you need to buy several pieces together.