Posts, railings & barrier systems

Bollards are used in a variety of situations. For example, bollards are used to protect green areas, to prevent unauthorised driving or parking and to mark out demarcated areas. The variety of designs, materials and finishes is outstanding. The materials from which barrier posts are made include steel, stainless steel, cast aluminium, plastic or wood. The designs of the barriers cover the range between modern and classic.

Thieme's range includes bollards of the most diverse diameters and appearances. The selection of accessories is also impressive, with chains, chain eyes, screw chain links, cover plates for ground sockets and much more available. Bollard designs range from fixed, detachable, tiltable and retractable to posts with predetermined breaking points or push-button bollards. Many bollards are also available as border, railing or sign posts. However, barriers not only fulfil functional tasks, they also play an important role in the creative design of public or private open spaces. Thus, a barrier can either completely adapt to its urban or rural surroundings in terms of both style and colour, or the responsible planner deliberately decides on a break in style, through which he can set creative accents in the architecture.

Whether a product is sought for the decorative design of roadsides, driveways, parking and other squares, green spaces or pedestrian zones, barriers such as barrier posts, barrier grids, barrier chains or parking brackets offer the right solution for every situation. For safety reasons, barriers are indispensable in today's life, but they are also a welcome element in a creative, individual and successful design of outdoor areas. First-class quality in material and workmanship ensures exceptional resilience and a long service life for the barriers, while a high level of design offers a timelessly valid visual appearance.

In order to meet functional and interior design requirements, it is not enough to simply install a solid barrier. Decorative solutions in the specification of access routes as well as entrances and exits and in the separation of road traffic from pedestrian areas are in demand today.