The Guidelines for the Work Involved in Safeguarding Roadworks (RSA) and the Additional Technical Contract Conditions and Guidelines for Road Safety (ZTV-SA 97) stipulate that mobile road restraint systems are to be installed at roadworks on motorways to safeguard oncoming traffic, to prevent the risk of falling and to protect the construction site workers.
When it comes to temporary use in roadwork situations, the mobile crash barriers by Peter Berghaus GmbH fulfil the requirements for all customary fields of application at motorway roadworks pursuant to DIN EN 1317 part 1 and part 2. Our good logistics services are well organised so that these can be both sold and hired throughout Europe.
NEW: We have developed our ProTec-Tor 50 as a quickly separated element for mobile crash barriers that can be opened quickly in an emergency without needing tools. Just a couple of simple actions are all it takes to release the connection of the crash barriers and open the ProTec-Tor elements.
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NEW: Easily separated element for rapid emergency opening of mobile ProTec crash barriers by the emergency services – without tools! Mobile road restraint systems at roadworks, such as our narrow, high-containment ProTec family of crash barriers, prevent road users from leaving the carriageway and colliding with oncoming traffic, while also providing safe working conditions on site.
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The new mobile crash barrier ProTec 50 with a planning-related width of 10 cm and a weight of only 28.7 kg per meter is the most recent addition to the proven portfolio of ProTec products.
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ProTec 50 City the latest innovative addition to the ProTec family. This is the "handy" version of the proven ProTec 50 mobile crash barrier, rated specifically for use in the urban setting. [... read on]
The new reinforced concrete crash barrier system ProTec 100 - the narrow mobile crash barrier that fulfils containment level W1 with the low ASI value "0,2"!
The concrete and steel materials are incorporated in 10 m elements that have a planning-relevant width of just 12 cm. [... read on]
The reinforced concrete crash barrier system ProTec 120. This is an extremely narrow, compact crash barrier with high containment levels, optimum effective ranges and the lowest impact force level "A". The concrete and steel materials are incorporated in 10 m elements that have a planning-relevant width of just 14 cm. [... read on]
Mobile crash barrier ProTec 121 is the ideal solution for professional traffic safety at construction sites on roads and motorways, particularly in very constricted roadworks situations. [... read on]
Both the ProTec 120 and the ProTec 160 systems can be put to many different uses, e.g. between roadworks and on-coming or parallel flows of traffic and also between contraflow traffic (including the transition zone). [... read on]
Peter Berghaus GmbH has been developing and producing mobile crash barriers for more than 20 years. At present, the product range includes four different types of mobile crash barriers that have been successfully tested for containment levels T1, T2, T3 and H1. More technical information can be found here. [...more].