Impact Recovery Systems Announces Release of SlowStop® Rebounding Steel Pipe Bollards

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SlowStop® Bollards reduce injury and damage from vehicle impacts. Surface mounted design installs in just minutes yet provides the strength of an embedded bollard.

SlowStop® offers unrivaled capabilities in a surface-mounted guard post.

Impact Recovery Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of flexible traffic safety products, announces the debut of its revolutionary new flexible steel bollard system, the SlowStop® Bollard. SlowStop® Bollards utilize patented new rebounding technology to provide the stopping power of an embedded bollard while reducing damage to vehicles, concrete, and the bollard itself. The innovative design provides triple protection: infrastructure, vehicles, and passengers are protected from harm. Installed in just minutes using common tools, SlowStop® Bollards provide for a lower overall installed cost as compared to embedding bollards into existing concrete, and reduced long term maintenance costs compared to any competitive product.

Used to protect buildings, utilities, pedestrians, equipment, pallet racks, and drive-through lanes, SlowStop® serves a wide range of industries and customers. “SlowStop® will solve the headaches many of our customers face from constantly repairing damaged bollards and concrete. They will be able to easily protect their assets without damaging vehicles and while reducing the risk to passengers,” said Impact Recovery Systems’ President Greg Hannah. “SlowStop® offers unrivaled capabilities in a surface-mounted guard post.”

Impact Recovery Systems, Inc., founded in 1991 and located in San Antonio, TX, has been a leader in providing flexible traffic control products since its inception. Impact Recovery Systems is best known for its line of patented spring loaded rebounding delineators and traffic signs that are sold throughout the world. It is a recognized leader in traffic safety innovation.

More information can be found at http://www.slowstop.com.

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