Yellow Crowd Control Barrier

TTFS Yellow Crowd Control Barriers provide an effective and easy to set up barrier system providing a safe, protected and controlled environment for both pedestrians and vehicles from designated areas.

  • Designed and manufactured for the harshest Australian environments
  • Effective, Easy to setup
  • Hand welded for strength
  • Powder coated yellow after welding for increased visibility
  • Sturdy lightweight frames for stacking or moving
  • Easy interlocking system for fast installation
  • Removable/locking feet for stacking and storing ease
  • Flat foot design for avoiding trip hazards

Our Crowd Control Barriers are designed and manufactured to the highest specification.

Our interlocking system and sturdy lightweight frames are easy to assemble and install, stack, remove and store. Our flat foot design prevents tripping hazards and is perfect in areas with pedestrian traffic.

We also have Steel Crowd Control Barriers in stock.

TTFS Yellow Crowd Control Barriers are ideal for use at:

  • Construction sites
  • Sporting and social events
  • Festivals
  • Schools
  • Concerts, and;
  • Any area you need to cordon off, preventing entry into a designated “no go” zone, or construction site delineation.

TTFS is the leading supplier of temporary fencing to several industries across Australia. We have built a solid reputation for always providing a high-quality product, backed up by competitive pricing, fantastic customer service and product guarantees. With depots in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane, we can deliver Australia-wide within 24 hours direct from our factory.

Want the best price on crowd control barriers in Australia? Call 1300 535 421 for a free quote.

Dimensions (mm): 2100mm x 1100mm x 32mm

Weight (kg): nil

Material: Hand welded steel

Colour Finish: Nil

Guage/Aperture -mm: Nil

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