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Metal Beam Crash Barrier


1. **Materials:** Metal beam crash barriers are typically made from high-strength steel or aluminum alloys to withstand impact forces and provide durability.
2. **Components:**   - **Beams:** Horizontal rails or beams form the primary barrier structure and absorb the impact energy of colliding vehicles.   - **Posts:** Vertical support posts are anchored into the ground and provide stability to the barrier system.   - **End Treatments:** Terminal sections or crash cushions are installed at the ends of barriers to prevent vehicles from penetrating the barrier or becoming lodged.
3. **Profiles:** Crash barriers come in various profiles, including W-beam, thrie-beam, and box beam configurations, each offering different levels of performance and containment.
4. **Galvanization:** Metal beam crash barriers are often galvanized to enhance corrosion resistance and prolong service life, especially in harsh environmental conditions.
5. **Reflective Elements:** Many crash barriers feature reflective elements such as delineators or reflective strips to enhance visibility and safety, particularly at night or in low-light conditions.
### Types of Metal Beam Crash Barriers:
1. **W-Beam Barrier:**   - The most common type of metal beam crash barrier, featuring a W-shaped profile.   - Offers effective containment and redirection of vehicles in low to moderate speed collisions.
2. **Thrie-Beam Barrier:**   - Similar to the W-beam barrier but with a modified profile featuring deeper corrugations.   - Provides enhanced containment and redirection capabilities, particularly for larger vehicles and higher speeds.
3. **Box Beam Barrier:**   - Utilizes a box-shaped profile for increased strength and rigidity.   - Suitable for locations requiring higher containment performance or where aesthetics are a consideration.
4. **Hybrid Barrier Systems:**   - Combine elements of different barrier types to achieve specific performance requirements, such as enhanced containment or reduced deflection.
### Installation of Metal Beam Crash Barriers:
1. **Site Assessment:** Conduct a thorough site assessment to determine the appropriate barrier type, layout, and placement based on factors such as traffic volume, speed, roadway geometry, and adjacent hazards.






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Minimum Order Quantity200 Meter
Size/Diameter12mm to 50mm
Working Pressure10Bar
Usage/ApplicationRubber Air Hose Conforming to IS:446 / 1987 TYPE 1, 2 & 3 Application: Rubber Air Hose India is used
Length100Mtr
TypeRubber Air Hose Conforming to IS:446 / 1987 TYPE 1, 2 & 3 Application: Rubber Air Hose India is used
BrandSandhyaflex
Nominal Size1/2 inch
unit Length100 m
ColorRubber Air Hose Conforming to IS:446 / 1987 TYPE 1, 2 & 3 Application: Rubber Air Hose India is used
LayersRubber Air Hose Conforming to IS:446 / 1987 TYPE 1, 2 & 3 Application: Rubber Air Hose India is used
Tensile Strength5MPa to 7MPa
Model Name/NumberAWRH-SANDHYAFLEX
Hardness60 to 65 Shore A
Packaging TypePacking in Coil with HDPE Cover
PatternNylon Tape wrap finish
Pressure10kg/cm2
ShapeRound
Temperature-10 to 100 Degree C
ThicknessSpecification: Nom. Bore in (mm) Tolerance on Nom. bore (mm) W.P. ( Kg. / cm2 ) P.P. ( Kg. / cm2 ) B
WeightSpecification: Nom. Bore in (mm) Tolerance on Nom. bore (mm) W.P. ( Kg. / cm2 ) P.P. ( Kg. / cm2 ) B
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Shock ProofYes
MaterialRubber and Yarn

Application:

Yarn Braided Rubber Hose have numerous applications in pneumatic industry. Type-I and Type-II can be used for various purposes. These hoses comes with strength and endurance that is needed in applications related to compressor and pneumatics. These can be used in various types of compressors.

Hydrostatic Testing:

The standard stock lengths that are available with us to satisfy your needs are 50 ft, 75 ft and 100 ft.

 

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APPLICATION:
Rubber Air Hose have numerous applications in pneumatic industry. Type-Iand Type-II can be use for varoius purposes. these hoses come with stength andendurance that is need in application related to copmressor and pnuematics. These can be used in various type of compressor.

HYDROSTATIC TESTING:
The standard stock length that are available with us to satisfy your needs are 50ft, 75ft and 100ft.Rubber Air Hose

Conforming to IS:446 / 1987 TYPE 1, 2 & 3

Application: Rubber Air Hose India is used in multiple applications with compressors and other equipment’s as a pneumatic tools with type 1 & 2. Type 3 hose finds its used in deep excavation operations, mines, dams, wherever drilling is required in hilly and rocky terrains. Rubber Hose India is a credible Rubber Pipe manufacturers in Delhi. We offer a wide range of Rubber Air Hose Pipe all over the world. 


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  • Production Capacity: 1000Mtr/day
  • Delivery Time: 7 to 15 Days
  • Packaging Details: Packing in coil with HDFE Cover
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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity5000 Meter
MaterialMild Steel
ColorGalvanised
Dimension3X5X1800 mm
Usage/ApplicationHighway
I Deal InNew Only
Is It CustomisedNon Customisation
PositionExterior
Applicationson median, shoulders, verge and high embankment.
Country of OriginMade in India
Hex nut bolts are commonly used in metal beam crash barriers due to their strength, durability, and ease of installation. These bolts play a critical role in ensuring that the barrier system is securely fastened and capable of withstanding the forces exerted during vehicle impacts. Here’s an in-depth look at the use of hex nut bolts in metal beam crash barriers:
### Characteristics of Hex Nut Bolts
1. **Head Shape**:   - **Hexagonal Head**: The hexagonal shape allows for easy tightening with a wrench or socket, providing a secure and robust connection.
2. **Shank**:   - **Threaded Portion**: The shank is fully or partially threaded, allowing for adjustable tension and secure fastening.
3. **Materials**:   - **Steel**: Typically made from high-strength steel to ensure durability and the ability to withstand high impact forces.   - **Galvanization**: Often hot-dip galvanized to provide corrosion resistance, extending the lifespan of the bolts.
### Functions in Metal Beam Crash Barriers
1. **Secure Fastening**:   - **Components**: Used to fasten the W-Beam or Thrie-Beam rails to spacer blocks and posts, ensuring all parts of the barrier system are tightly connected.   - **Stability**: Provides structural stability, crucial for the barrier’s performance during vehicle collisions.
2. **Impact Resistance**:   - **Durability**: Designed to withstand significant forces, ensuring the barrier remains intact and effective in redirecting vehicles upon impact.
3. **Ease of Installation**:   - **Hex Head**: Allows for quick and secure tightening with standard tools, making installation efficient.
### Installation Process
1. **Preparation**:   - **Selection**: Choose the appropriate hex nut bolts based on the specific requirements of the barrier system and environmental conditions.   - **Inspection**: Ensure bolts are free from defects and have the necessary galvanization to resist corrosion.
2. **Positioning**:   - **Alignment**: Insert bolts through pre-drilled holes in the W-Beam or Thrie-Beam rail and spacer blocks.   - **Fitment**: Ensure the bolts fit properly through the components, with the threads extending enough to allow secure fastening with the hex nuts.
3. **Tightening**:   - **Nuts**: Place hex nuts on the threaded ends of the bolts.   - **Torque**: Use a wrench or socket to tighten the nuts to the specified torque, ensuring a secure connection without over-tightening, which could damage the components.
4. **Final Checks**:   - **Inspection**: Verify that all bolts are properly tightened and that the barrier components are securely fastened and aligned.
### Maintenance and Inspection
1. **Regular Inspections**:   - **Check for Looseness**: Periodically inspect bolts for signs of loosening, which could compromise the barrier’s structural integrity.   - **Corrosion**: Look for any signs of rust or corrosion, especially in areas exposed to harsh weather conditions.
2. **Tightening**:   - **Re-Torqueing**: Re-tighten any bolts that have become loose over time to maintain the barrier’s effectiveness.
3. **Replacement**:   - **Damaged Bolts**: Replace any bolts that show significant wear, damage, or corrosion to ensure the barrier remains effective.
### Applications of Hex Nut Bolts in Crash Barriers
1. **Highways and Roads**:   - **Edge Barriers**: Installed along the edges of highways and roads to prevent vehicles from leaving the roadway.   - **Median Barriers**: Used in medians to prevent crossover accidents between opposing traffic lanes.



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Minimum Order Quantity5000 Meter
MaterialMild Steel
ColorGalvanised
Dimension3x5x2000 mm
Usage/ApplicationHighway
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PositionExterior
Applicationson median, shoulders, verge and high embankment.
Round nut bolts, also known as carriage bolts, are commonly used in the installation of metal beam crash barriers. These bolts play a crucial role in securely fastening the components of the barrier system, ensuring structural integrity and safety. Here’s a detailed look at the use of round nut bolts in metal beam crash barriers:
### Characteristics of Round Nut Bolts
1. **Head Shape**:    - **Round Head**: A smooth, rounded head that provides a clean appearance and reduces the risk of snagging on vehicle tires or other objects.   - **Square Neck**: Just below the head, the square neck prevents the bolt from turning when the nut is tightened.
2. **Shank**:    - **Threaded Portion**: The shank is partially threaded to allow for secure fastening, with the unthreaded portion providing shear strength.
3. **Materials**:    - **Steel**: High-strength steel is commonly used to ensure durability and the ability to withstand significant forces during impacts.   - **Galvanization**: Often hot-dip galvanized to prevent corrosion and extend the lifespan of the bolts.
### Functions in Metal Beam Crash Barriers
1. **Secure Fastening**:    - **Components**: Used to fasten the W-Beam or Thrie-Beam rails to the spacer blocks and posts.   - **Stability**: Ensures that all parts of the barrier system are securely connected, maintaining structural stability.
2. **Impact Resistance**:    - **Durability**: Designed to withstand the high impact forces during vehicle collisions, ensuring the barrier remains intact.
3. **Ease of Installation**:    - **Square Neck**: Prevents the bolt from rotating during tightening, making the installation process more efficient.
### Installation Process
1. **Preparation**:    - **Selection**: Choose appropriate round nut bolts based on the barrier design and specifications.   - **Inspection**: Ensure bolts are free from defects and have the necessary galvanization for corrosion resistance.
2. **Positioning**:    - **Alignment**: Insert bolts through pre-drilled holes in the W-Beam or Thrie-Beam rail and the spacer blocks.   - **Square Neck Engagement**: Ensure the square neck is seated properly in the rail or block hole to prevent rotation.
3. **Tightening**:    - **Nuts**: Place round nuts on the threaded ends of the bolts.   - **Torque**: Tighten the nuts to the specified torque to ensure a secure connection without over-tightening, which could damage the components.
4. **Final Checks**:    - **Inspection**: Check that all bolts are properly tightened and that the barrier components are securely fastened and aligned.
### Maintenance and Inspection
1. **Regular Inspections**:    - **Check for Looseness**: Periodically check bolts for any signs of loosening, which could compromise the barrier’s integrity.   - **Corrosion**: Inspect for signs of corrosion, especially if the barrier is in a high-moisture environment.
2. **Tightening**:    - **Re-Torqueing**: If necessary, re-tighten any bolts that have become loose over time to ensure ongoing structural stability.
3. **Replacement**:    - **Damaged Bolts**: Replace any bolts that show signs of significant wear, damage, or corrosion to maintain the barrier’s effectiveness.


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Minimum Order Quantity7000 Meter
MaterialGalvanized Iron
ColorGalvanised
Dimension3X5X1800 mm
Usage/ApplicationHighway
PositionExterior
Applicationson median, shoulders, verge and high embankment.
Spacer blocks, also known as blockouts, are crucial components of metal beam crash barriers. They serve several important functions, enhancing the performance and safety of the guardrail system. Here’s an in-depth look at spacer blocks used in metal beam crash barriers:
### Functions of Spacer Blocks
1. **Energy Absorption**: Spacer blocks help absorb impact energy during collisions, reducing the force transmitted to the posts and the vehicle.2. **Prevention of Vehicle Snagging**: By spacing the W-Beam or Thrie-Beam rail away from the posts, they prevent vehicles from snagging on the posts during impacts, allowing for smoother redirection.3. **Height Maintenance**: They help maintain the correct height of the guardrail beam, ensuring consistent performance across the barrier system.4. **Impact Distribution**: They distribute impact forces over a larger area, enhancing the overall energy absorption of the barrier.
### Materials Used for Spacer Blocks
1. **Wood**   - **Traditional Material**: Often used for its availability and ease of installation.   - **Treated Wood**: Typically treated with preservatives to resist rot, insects, and weathering.
2. **Plastic or Recycled Plastic**   - **Durability**: Resistant to weathering, rot, and insect damage.   - **Environmental Benefits**: Recycled plastic blocks are environmentally friendly and can be a sustainable option.
3. **Composite Materials**   - **High Performance**: Made from a mix of materials, these blocks offer enhanced strength and durability.   - **Resilience**: Often designed to provide better impact absorption and longevity compared to traditional materials.
### Design and Dimensions
1. **Standard Sizes**: Common sizes for spacer blocks are around 6 inches in depth, 8 inches in height, and 12 to 15 inches in length, but dimensions can vary based on specific barrier designs and requirements.2. **Shape**: Typically rectangular with pre-drilled holes for bolts, allowing easy attachment to both the guardrail and the post.
### Installation Process
1. **Preparation**   - **Selection**: Choosing the appropriate material and size based on the barrier design and environmental conditions.   - **Inspection**: Ensuring the spacer blocks are free from defects and properly treated if they are made from wood.
2. **Mounting**   - **Attachment to Posts**: Spacer blocks are bolted to the steel posts, ensuring they are securely fastened.   - **Alignment**: Proper alignment with the guardrail beam to ensure it is positioned correctly relative to the road surface.
3. **Securing Guardrail**   - **Bolting**: The W-Beam or Thrie-Beam rail is bolted to the spacer block, ensuring a secure and stable connection.   - **Inspection**: After installation, the entire setup is inspected to ensure all components are correctly installed and securely fastened.
### Maintenance and Inspection
1. **Regular Inspections**   - **Visual Checks**: Regularly inspect spacer blocks for signs of damage, wear, or displacement.   - **Structural Integrity**: Ensure that blocks remain securely attached to both the posts and the rail.
2. **Repairs and Replacements**   - **Damaged Blocks**: Replace any blocks that show signs of significant wear or damage to maintain the barrier’s effectiveness.   - **Upgrades**: Periodically upgrading to newer materials or designs can enhance performance and extend the lifespan of the barrier system.


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Minimum Order Quantity1780 Meter
MaterialGalvanized Iron
ColorGalvanised
Dimension3x5x2000 mm
Usage/ApplicationHighway
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PositionExterior
Applicationson median, shoulders, verge and high embankment.
The posts in a metal beam crash barrier system are critical components that provide the necessary support to the barrier, ensuring its effectiveness in absorbing and redirecting the energy from vehicle impacts. Here’s a detailed look at the characteristics, types, materials, and installation of posts used in metal beam crash barriers:
### Characteristics of Barrier Posts
1. **Structural Support**: Posts provide the main support for the metal beams, maintaining the barrier's height and alignment.2. **Impact Absorption**: They help to absorb and dissipate the energy during vehicle collisions.3. **Spacing**: Typically spaced at intervals of 6.25 feet (1.9 meters) or 12.5 feet (3.8 meters) to ensure consistent performance across the barrier system.4. **Height**: Standard heights ensure that the barrier meets specific safety standards and effectively redirects vehicles.
### Types of Posts
1. **C-Channel Posts**   - **Shape**: A C-shaped cross-section.   - **Common Use**: Widely used due to their ease of installation and effective performance.
2. **I-Beam Posts**   - **Shape**: An I-shaped cross-section.   - **Strength**: Provides robust structural support and is often used in areas with higher impact risks.
3. **Round or Circular Posts**   - **Shape**: Round cross-section.   - **Aesthetic and Functional Use**: Sometimes chosen for their appearance and ease of installation.
4. **Square or Rectangular Posts**   - **Shape**: Square or rectangular cross-section.   - **Application**: Often used in specific aesthetic or performance applications.
### Materials
1. **Galvanized Steel**   - **Common Material**: Most posts are made from galvanized steel to resist corrosion and provide long-lasting durability.   - **Hot-Dip Galvanizing**: A common process that coats the steel with a layer of zinc to prevent rusting.
2. **Wood**   - **Alternative Material**: Used in some applications, especially in rural or aesthetic-sensitive areas.   - **Treatment**: Typically treated to resist rot and insects.
3. **Composite Materials**   - **Advanced Options**: Includes materials like recycled plastics or composites for environmental and performance benefits.   - **Durability**: Often designed to provide enhanced durability and impact resistance.
### Installation Process
1. **Site Preparation**   - **Surveying**: Engineers survey the installation site to determine optimal post placement.   - **Clearing and Grading**: The site is cleared of obstacles and graded to ensure a stable foundation.
2. **Post Installation**   - **Driving or Drilling**: Posts are driven into the ground using specialized machinery or drilled into place if the ground conditions require it.   - **Alignment and Spacing**: Posts are carefully aligned and spaced according to the design specifications to ensure uniformity and effectiveness.
3. **Securing Posts**   - **Depth**: Posts are installed to a specified depth to provide stability and resistance to impact forces.   - **Concrete Footings**: In some installations, posts are set in concrete footings for additional stability.
### Maintenance and Inspection
1. **Routine Inspections**   - **Visual Checks**: Regular inspections are conducted to check for damage, rust, or displacement of posts.   - **Structural Integrity**: Ensuring that posts remain firmly anchored and upright.
2. **Repairs and Replacements**   - **Damaged Posts**: Any posts that are bent, broken, or otherwise damaged are replaced to maintain the barrier’s effectiveness.   - **Upgrades**: Older posts may be upgraded to newer, more durable materials as part of ongoing maintenance.


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Minimum Order Quantity4500 Meter
MaterialGalvanized Iron
ColorGalvanised
Dimension3x5x2000 mm
Usage/ApplicationHighway
I Deal InNew Only
PositionExterior
Applicationson median, shoulders, verge and high embankment.
Metal beam crash barriers come in various designs to meet different safety requirements and impact resistance levels. Here are three common types of metal beam crash barriers:
### 1. **W-Beam Guardrail**
#### Design and Structure- **Shape**: The W-Beam guardrail has a "W" shaped cross-section, providing structural strength and flexibility to absorb and deflect impact energy.- **Components**: Includes W-Beam rails, steel posts, blockouts (spacer blocks), and end terminals.- **Materials**: Made from galvanized steel for corrosion resistance and durability.
#### Applications- **Roads and Highways**: Widely used along the edges of roads and highways to prevent vehicles from leaving the roadway.- **Medians**: Installed in medians to prevent crossover accidents.
#### Features- **Impact Resistance**: Designed to absorb and deflect the energy from vehicle impacts, reducing the force transmitted to the vehicle and its occupants.- **Cost-Effective**: Balances safety and cost, making it a popular choice for many road safety applications.
### 2. **Thrie-Beam Guardrail**
#### Design and Structure- **Shape**: The Thrie-Beam guardrail has a "triple wave" or "three-wave" cross-section, offering greater strength and impact resistance than the W-Beam.- **Components**: Similar to W-Beam but with a more robust design, including Thrie-Beam rails, steel posts, blockouts, and end terminals.- **Materials**: Made from galvanized steel to resist corrosion and extend lifespan.
#### Applications- **High-Risk Areas**: Suitable for areas with a higher risk of severe impacts, such as sharp curves, steep slopes, and heavy truck traffic zones.- **Bridges and Overpasses**: Commonly used on bridges and overpasses where higher impact resistance is required.
#### Features- **Enhanced Strength**: Provides better containment and redirection of vehicles, especially larger or heavier vehicles.- **Improved Safety**: Offers higher impact resistance, making it suitable for locations with higher speeds or more significant impact potential.
### 3. **Box Beam Guardrail**
#### Design and Structure- **Shape**: The Box Beam guardrail has a rectangular or box-shaped cross-section.- **Components**: Includes box beam rails and steel posts, often with a clean and modern appearance.- **Materials**: Made from high-strength steel, often galvanized for corrosion resistance.
#### Applications- **Aesthetic and Low-Speed Roads**: Used in areas where aesthetic considerations are important or where lower impact speeds are expected, such as rural roads, private properties, and scenic routes.- **Specific Situations**: Installed in locations requiring moderate impact resistance and a different visual profile from traditional guardrails.
#### Features- **Aesthetic Appeal**: Offers a visually cleaner and more modern look compared to W-Beam and Thrie-Beam guardrails.- **Moderate Impact Resistance**: Suitable for lower-speed impacts and environments where high-strength barriers are not necessary.
### Summary
1. **W-Beam Guardrail**: The most common type, widely used on highways and roads for its balance of cost and safety. The "W" shape provides good impact absorption and deflection.
2. **Thrie-Beam Guardrail**: A stronger and more robust variant with a "triple wave" design, offering enhanced impact resistance. Suitable for high-risk areas, bridges, and overpasses.
3. **Box Beam Guardrail**: Features a rectangular cross-section, providing moderate impact resistance and a cleaner aesthetic. Ideal for low-speed roads and areas with aesthetic considerations.
Each type of metal beam crash barrier serves distinct purposes, tailored to specific safety needs and environmental conditions, ensuring effective protection for motorists in various scenarios.

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Minimum Order Quantity25000 Meter
MaterialGalvanized Iron
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Dimension3x5x2000 mm
Usage/ApplicationHighway
I Deal InNew Only
PositionExterior
Applicationson median, shoulders, verge and high embankment.
Metal W-Beam crash barriers, commonly known as guardrails, are crucial for road safety, preventing vehicles from leaving the roadway, striking fixed objects, or entering opposing traffic lanes. Here’s a comprehensive overview of Metal W-Beam crash barriers:
### Design and Structure
#### Shape and Configuration- **Shape**: The W-Beam guardrail has a distinctive "W" shape in cross-section, providing both structural strength and flexibility to absorb impact energy.- **Components**: The primary components include the W-Beam rail, steel posts, blockouts (spacer blocks), and end terminals.
#### Materials- **Steel**: Typically made from high-strength, galvanized steel to ensure durability and resistance to corrosion.- **Galvanization**: Hot-dip galvanizing applies a protective zinc coating to prevent rust, extending the barrier's lifespan.
### Key Components
1. **W-Beam Rail**   - **Length**: Standard lengths are typically 12.5 feet or 25 feet.   - **Thickness**: Commonly ranges from 12 gauge (thicker) to 10 gauge (thinner) steel.   - **Galvanized Coating**: Provides corrosion resistance.
2. **Steel Posts**   - **Type**: C-channel or I-beam posts are commonly used.   - **Spacing**: Installed at intervals of 6.25 feet or 12.5 feet.   - **Material**: Galvanized steel to match the rails and resist corrosion.
3. **Blockouts (Spacer Blocks)**   - **Material**: Made from wood, recycled plastic, or composite materials.   - **Function**: Space the W-Beam away from the posts to prevent vehicle snagging and to absorb impact energy.
4. **End Terminals**   - **Types**: Energy-absorbing terminals, flared terminals, or standard terminals.   - **Function**: Provide a safe termination to the guardrail, preventing spearing and dissipating impact energy.
### Installation Process
1. **Site Preparation**   - **Survey and Design**: Engineers assess the site to determine optimal guardrail placement, considering road curvature, traffic volume, and potential hazards.   - **Clearing and Grading**: The installation area is cleared of obstacles and graded to ensure a stable foundation.
2. **Post Installation**   - **Placement**: Steel posts are driven or drilled into the ground at specified intervals.   - **Alignment and Leveling**: Posts are aligned and leveled to ensure consistency in height and spacing.
3. **Rail Attachment**   - **Mounting**: W-Beam rails are attached to the posts using bolts, nuts, and washers.   - **Splicing**: Rail sections are spliced together at overlapping joints, typically at mid-post locations, to provide a continuous barrier.
4. **End Terminal Installation**   - **Positioning**: End terminals are installed at the start and end of the guardrail sections.   - **Securing**: End terminals are anchored securely to the ground to ensure stability.
### Applications
- **Highways and Roads**: Commonly used along the edges of highways, roads, and medians to prevent vehicles from straying off the roadway or crossing into oncoming traffic.- **Bridges and Overpasses**: Installed on bridges and overpasses to provide protection from drop-offs.- **Curves and Slopes**: Used in areas with sharp curves or steep slopes to reduce the risk of vehicle rollovers or severe collisions.
### Maintenance and Inspection
- **Routine Inspections**: Regular inspections are conducted to check for damage, corrosion, or displacement.- **Repairs and Replacements**: Damaged sections are repaired or replaced promptly to maintain effectiveness.- **Upgrades**: Older guardrails may be upgraded to newer standards to improve safety performance.


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The W-Beam guardrail is the most commonly used type of metal beam crash barrier, designed to enhance road safety by absorbing and redirecting the energy from vehicle impacts. Here’s an in-depth look at the W-Beam guardrail:
### Design and Structure
#### Shape and Configuration- **Shape**: The W-Beam guardrail features a "W" shaped cross-section, providing structural strength and flexibility. This design helps in effectively managing impact energy by spreading it over a larger area.- **Components**: The main components include the W-Beam rail, steel posts, blockouts (spacer blocks), and end terminals.
#### Materials- **Steel**: Typically made from high-strength, galvanized steel to resist corrosion and enhance durability.- **Galvanization**: The steel is often hot-dip galvanized, providing a protective zinc coating to prevent rust and extend the lifespan of the guardrail.
### Key Components
1. **W-Beam Rail**   - **Length**: Standard lengths are typically 12.5 feet or 25 feet.   - **Thickness**: Varies but commonly around 12 to 10 gauge steel.   - **Galvanized Coating**: Applied to prevent corrosion.
2. **Steel Posts**   - **Type**: Usually C-channel or I-beam posts.   - **Spacing**: Typically installed at intervals of 6.25 feet to 12.5 feet.   - **Material**: Also galvanized for corrosion resistance.
3. **Blockouts (Spacer Blocks)**   - **Material**: Can be made from wood, recycled plastic, or composite materials.   - **Function**: Space the W-Beam away from the posts to prevent vehicle snagging and to absorb impact energy.
4. **End Terminals**   - **Types**: Energy-absorbing terminals, flared terminals, or standard terminals.   - **Function**: Provide a safe termination to the guardrail, preventing spearing and dissipating impact energy.
### Installation Process
1. **Site Preparation**   - **Survey and Design**: Engineers assess the site to determine optimal guardrail placement, considering road curvature, traffic volume, and potential hazards.   - **Clearing and Grading**: The installation area is cleared of obstacles and graded to ensure a stable foundation.
2. **Post Installation**   - **Placement**: Steel posts are driven or drilled into the ground at specified intervals.   - **Alignment and Leveling**: Posts are aligned and leveled to ensure consistency in height and spacing.
3. **Rail Attachment**   - **Mounting**: W-Beam rails are attached to the posts using bolts, nuts, and washers.   - **Splicing**: Rail sections are spliced together at overlapping joints, typically at mid-post locations, to provide a continuous barrier.
4. **End Terminal Installation**   - **Positioning**: End terminals are installed at the start and end of the guardrail sections.   - **Securing**: End terminals are anchored securely to the ground to ensure stability.
### Applications
- **Highways and Roads**: Commonly used along the edges of highways, roads, and medians to prevent vehicles from straying off the roadway or crossing into oncoming traffic.- **Bridges and Overpasses**: Installed on bridges and overpasses to provide protection from drop-offs.- **Curves and Slopes**: Used in areas with sharp curves or steep slopes to reduce the risk of vehicle rollovers or severe collisions.
### Maintenance and Inspection
- **Routine Inspections**: Regular inspections are conducted to check for damage, corrosion, or displacement.- **Repairs and Replacements**: Damaged sections are repaired or replaced promptly to maintain effectiveness.- **Upgrades**: Older guardrails may be upgraded to newer standards to improve safety performance.


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The Thrie-Beam guardrail, a robust type of metal beam crash barrier, is designed to provide higher impact resistance and better performance in containing and redirecting vehicles compared to the standard W-Beam guardrail. Here's an in-depth look at the Thrie-Beam guardrail:#### Shape and Configuration- **Shape**: The Thrie-Beam guardrail has a "triple wave" cross-section, which is wider and deeperMetal beam crash barriers, commonly known as guardrails, come in various designs, each tailored for specific applications and impact resistance levels. Here are three widely used types:
### 1. **W-Beam Guardrail**The W-Beam guardrail is the most common type of metal beam crash barrier.
#### Design and Structure- **Shape**: The rail has a "W" shape in cross-section, which provides strength and flexibility.- **Components**: Typically includes steel posts, blockouts (spacer blocks), and end terminals.- **Material**: Usually made from galvanized steel to prevent corrosion.
#### Applications- **Highways and Roads**: Used along the edges of highways and roads to prevent vehicles from straying off the roadway.- **Median Barriers**: Installed in medians to prevent crossover accidents.
#### Features- **Impact Resistance**: Designed to absorb and deflect the energy from a vehicle collision, reducing the impact force on the vehicle and its occupants.- **Cost-Effective**: Provides a balance of safety and cost, making it a widely used option.
### 2. **Thrie-Beam Guardrail**The Thrie-Beam guardrail is a more robust option, offering higher impact resistance than the W-Beam.
#### Design and Structure- **Shape**: The rail has three waves in its cross-section, resembling a "Triple W" or "Thrie" pattern.- **Components**: Similar to the W-Beam, it includes steel posts, blockouts, and end terminals but is designed for higher strength.- **Material**: Made from galvanized steel for corrosion resistance.
#### Applications- **High-Risk Areas**: Used in areas with higher risk of severe impacts, such as steep embankments or locations with heavy truck traffic.- **Bridges and Overpasses**: Often installed on bridges and overpasses where higher impact resistance is required.
#### Features- **Enhanced Strength**: Provides greater strength and impact resistance compared to the W-Beam.- **Better Containment**: More effective in containing and redirecting larger vehicles or higher speed impacts.
### 3. **Box Beam Guardrail**The Box Beam guardrail is less common but is used in specific situations requiring a different type of impact performance.
#### Design and Structure- **Shape**: The rail has a rectangular or box-shaped cross-section.- **Components**: Typically includes square or rectangular posts, and the rails are bolted to these posts.- **Material**: Made from galvanized steel or other high-strength metals.
#### Applications- **Aesthetic Applications**: Used in areas where aesthetics are important, as the box beam can be less visually obtrusive.- **Low-Speed Roads**: Often installed on lower-speed roads, rural roads, or private properties.
#### Features- **Aesthetic Appeal**: Offers a cleaner and more modern appearance compared to traditional W-Beam or Thrie-Beam guardrails.- **Moderate Impact Resistance**: Provides adequate impact resistance for low to moderate-speed impacts, suitable for specific environments.
### Summary
1. **W-Beam Guardrail**: The most common type, used extensively on highways and roads for its balance of cost and safety. Its "W" shape provides good impact absorption and deflection.   2. **Thrie-Beam Guardrail**: A stronger variant with a "Triple W" shape, offering enhanced impact resistance, suitable for high-risk areas and locations with higher impact potential.


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Metal beam crash barriers, commonly known as guardrails, come in various designs, each tailored for specific applications and impact resistance levels. Here are three widely used types:
### 1. **W-Beam Guardrail**The W-Beam guardrail is the most common type of metal beam crash barrier.
#### Design and Structure- **Shape**: The rail has a "W" shape in cross-section, which provides strength and flexibility.- **Components**: Typically includes steel posts, blockouts (spacer blocks), and end terminals.- **Material**: Usually made from galvanized steel to prevent corrosion.
#### Applications- **Highways and Roads**: Used along the edges of highways and roads to prevent vehicles from straying off the roadway.- **Median Barriers**: Installed in medians to prevent crossover accidents.
#### Features- **Impact Resistance**: Designed to absorb and deflect the energy from a vehicle collision, reducing the impact force on the vehicle and its occupants.- **Cost-Effective**: Provides a balance of safety and cost, making it a widely used option.
### 2. **Thrie-Beam Guardrail**The Thrie-Beam guardrail is a more robust option, offering higher impact resistance than the W-Beam.
#### Design and Structure- **Shape**: The rail has three waves in its cross-section, resembling a "Triple W" or "Thrie" pattern.- **Components**: Similar to the W-Beam, it includes steel posts, blockouts, and end terminals but is designed for higher strength.- **Material**: Made from galvanized steel for corrosion resistance.
#### Applications- **High-Risk Areas**: Used in areas with higher risk of severe impacts, such as steep embankments or locations with heavy truck traffic.- **Bridges and Overpasses**: Often installed on bridges and overpasses where higher impact resistance is required.
#### Features- **Enhanced Strength**: Provides greater strength and impact resistance compared to the W-Beam.- **Better Containment**: More effective in containing and redirecting larger vehicles or higher speed impacts.
### 3. **Box Beam Guardrail**The Box Beam guardrail is less common but is used in specific situations requiring a different type of impact performance.
#### Design and Structure- **Shape**: The rail has a rectangular or box-shaped cross-section.- **Components**: Typically includes square or rectangular posts, and the rails are bolted to these posts.- **Material**: Made from galvanized steel or other high-strength metals.
#### Applications- **Aesthetic Applications**: Used in areas where aesthetics are important, as the box beam can be less visually obtrusive.- **Low-Speed Roads**: Often installed on lower-speed roads, rural roads, or private properties.
#### Features- **Aesthetic Appeal**: Offers a cleaner and more modern appearance compared to traditional W-Beam or Thrie-Beam guardrails.- **Moderate Impact Resistance**: Provides adequate impact resistance for low to moderate-speed impacts, suitable for specific environments.
### Summary
1. **W-Beam Guardrail**: The most common type, used extensively on highways and roads for its balance of cost and safety. Its "W" shape provides good impact absorption and deflection.   2. **Thrie-Beam Guardrail**: A stronger variant with a "Triple W" shape, offering enhanced impact resistance, suitable for high-risk areas and locations with higher impact potential.
3. **Box Beam Guardrail**: Used for its aesthetic appeal and adequate impact resistance in specific applications such as low-speed roads and rural areas.
Each type of metal beam crash barrier serves distinct purposes, tailored to the specific safety needs and environmental conditions of their installation sites.

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Highway metal beam crash barriers, commonly known as guardrails, are critical safety features designed to prevent vehicles from straying off the road, hitting obstacles, or crossing into oncoming traffic. Here's an in-depth look at the various aspects of highway metal beam crash barriers:
### Components of a Highway Metal Beam Crash Barrier
1. **W-Beam or Thrie-Beam Rail**   - **W-Beam Rail**: The standard type of guardrail with a shape resembling the letter "W" in cross-section. It is widely used due to its effectiveness and cost-efficiency.   - **Thrie-Beam Rail**: A more robust option with three waves in its cross-section, providing higher impact resistance, often used in high-risk areas.
2. **Posts**   - **Steel Posts**: Vertical supports that are driven into the ground at regular intervals (usually 6-12 feet apart). They provide the structural support needed to hold the beam in place.   - **Wood Posts**: Sometimes used instead of steel, particularly in areas where aesthetic or environmental considerations are important.
3. **Post Blockouts (Spacer Blocks)**   - **Purpose**: Placed between the rail and the post to help absorb impact energy, reduce vehicle snagging, and maintain the rail's height during an impact.
4. **End Terminals**   - **Terminal Ends**: These are critical components placed at the beginning and end of a guardrail section. They are designed to absorb and dissipate impact energy, reducing the risk of vehicle penetration or spearing.   - **Types**: Common types include energy-absorbing terminals and flared end terminals.
5. **Anchorage**   - **Anchor Assemblies**: Secure the ends of the guardrail to the ground or other structures, ensuring stability and effectiveness during an impact.
6. **Fasteners**   - **Bolts and Nuts**: Used to attach the rail to the posts and blockouts. They must be high-strength to withstand impact forces.   - **Washers**: Distribute the load of the bolts and prevent damage to the rail and posts.
7. **Reflectors and Delineators**   - **Reflective Markers**: Enhance visibility of the guardrail during nighttime and adverse weather conditions.   - **Delineators**: Additional markers that provide visual guidance to drivers.
8. **Crash Cushions (Optional)**   - **Energy Absorbing Terminals**: Installed in high-impact areas, these cushions absorb and dissipate the energy from a vehicle collision to minimize damage.
### Installation Process
1. **Site Preparation**   - **Survey and Design**: Engineers conduct a survey to determine the optimal placement of guardrails. Design considerations include road curvature, traffic volume, and potential hazards.   - **Clearing and Grading**: The installation site is cleared of obstacles and graded to ensure a stable foundation.
2. **Post Installation**   - **Post Placement**: Posts are driven or drilled into the ground at predetermined intervals.   - **Alignment and Leveling**: Ensure that posts are vertically aligned and at the correct height.
3. **Rail Attachment**   - **Rail Sections**: W-beam or thrie-beam rails are attached to the posts using bolts, nuts, and washers.   - **Splicing**: Overlapping sections of the rail are spliced together, typically at mid-post locations, to provide a continuous barrier.


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The term "brussing process" doesn't directly correspond to any standard term in the context of manufacturing or processing metal crash barriers. It might be a typographical error or a misunderstanding. However, if we consider similar processes such as "brushing," "brassing," or related surface finishing techniques, we can provide relevant information that might align with what you're looking for.
Here are some key processes that might be relevant to metal crash barriers:
### 1. **Brushing**- **Purpose**: Brushing is a surface finishing process that involves using abrasive brushes to create a uniform, textured surface on the metal. This can improve aesthetics and prepare the surface for further treatments like painting or coating.- **Process**:   - **Preparation**: Clean the metal surface to remove any dirt, grease, or residues.  - **Brushing**: Use rotary brushes or belt sanders with abrasive bristles to create a consistent surface texture. This is done mechanically to ensure uniformity.  - **Cleaning**: Remove any debris or particles left from the brushing process.  ### 2. **Galvanizing (Zinc Coating)**- **Purpose**: Galvanizing provides corrosion resistance to the metal, essential for crash barriers exposed to the elements.- **Process**:   - **Preparation**: Clean the metal surface using a series of chemical baths to remove any scale, oil, or rust.  - **Fluxing**: Apply a flux solution to prevent oxidation before galvanizing.  - **Dipping**: Submerge the metal in a bath of molten zinc, creating a protective coating.  - **Cooling**: Allow the metal to cool and solidify the zinc coating.  - **Inspection**: Check for coating thickness and uniformity.
### 3. **Powder Coating**- **Purpose**: Provides an additional protective and decorative layer to the metal surface, often used after galvanizing for added durability and aesthetics.- **Process**:   - **Preparation**: Ensure the surface is clean and free of contaminants.  - **Application**: Spray the metal with a dry powder composed of resin and pigment using an electrostatic gun.  - **Curing**: Heat the coated metal in an oven to melt and fuse the powder into a smooth, durable finish.  ### 4. **Painting**- **Purpose**: Adds color and additional protection against corrosion.- **Process**:   - **Preparation**: Clean the surface and apply a primer if necessary.  - **Painting**: Apply paint using spray, brush, or dip methods.  - **Drying**: Allow the paint to dry and cure properly.
### 5. **Inspection and Quality Control**- **Purpose**: Ensure that all treatments and coatings meet required standards and specifications.- **Process**:   - **Visual Inspection**: Check for uniformity, coverage, and any defects.  - **Thickness Measurement**: Use tools like micrometers or ultrasonic gauges to measure coating thickness.  - **Adhesion Testing**: Test the adherence of coatings to the metal substrate.
### SummaryWhile "brussing process" might not be a recognized term, related processes like brushing, galvanizing, powder coating, and painting are integral to the production and finishing of metal crash barriers. These processes ensure that the barriers are durable, corrosion-resistant, and aesthetically pleasing, enhancing their functionality and lifespan.

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A metal beam crash barrier, commonly known as a guardrail, consists of several key components. These components work together to provide a continuous safety barrier along roadways. Here are the main parts of a metal beam crash barrier:


### 1. **W-Beam or Thrie-Beam Rail**

- **W-Beam Rail**: The standard type of guardrail, shaped like a "W" in cross-section, providing structural strength and flexibility.

- **Thrie-Beam Rail**: A triple-wave guardrail offering higher impact resistance and is used in high-risk areas.


### 2. **Posts**

- **Steel Posts**: Vertical supports driven into the ground to hold the beam in place. These can be round or channel-shaped (C-posts).

- **Wood Posts**: In some regions, treated wood posts are used as an alternative to steel.


### 3. **Post Blockouts**

- **Blockouts (Spacer Blocks)**: Placed between the rail and the post, they help absorb impact energy and prevent the vehicle from snagging on the post.


### 4. **End Terminals**

- **Terminal Ends**: Installed at the beginning and end of a guardrail section, they are designed to absorb impact energy and reduce the risk of spearing a vehicle.

- **Flared End Terminals**: Flared outwards to reduce the severity of an impact.


### 5. **Anchorage**

- **Anchor Assemblies**: Components that secure the ends of the guardrail to the ground or to a structure, ensuring stability.


### 6. **Fasteners**

- **Bolts and Nuts**: Used to attach the rail to the posts and blockouts. They must be high-strength to withstand impact forces.

- **Washers**: Distribute the load of the bolts and prevent damage to the rail and posts.


### 7. **Reflectors and Delineators**

- **Reflective Markers**: Enhance visibility of the guardrail during nighttime and adverse weather conditions.

- **Delineators**: Additional markers that provide visual guidance to drivers.


### 8. **Crash Cushions (Optional)**

- **Energy Absorbing Terminals**: Installed in high-impact areas, these cushions absorb and dissipate the energy from a vehicle collision to minimize damage.


### 9. **Backup Plates**

- **Backup Plates**: Reinforcing plates placed behind the rail at splice points to provide extra strength and prevent rail separation upon impact.


### Additional Components for Specialized Systems

- **Cable and Beam Hybrid Systems**: Combine steel beams with tensioned cables for specific safety applications.

- **Transition Sections**: Connect guardrails to other roadside safety features, such as concrete barriers or bridge rails.


### Summary

The main components of a metal beam crash barrier include the W-beam or thrie-beam rails, posts, blockouts, end terminals, anchorage, fasteners, reflectors, delineators, and optional crash cushions. Each part plays a crucial role in ensuring the overall effectiveness and safety performance of the barrier system.


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Minimum Order Quantity100 Meter
MaterialGalvanized Iron
I Deal InNew Only
Is It CustomisedNon Customisation
Is It MovableImMovable
PositionExterior
ApplicationsCRASH BARRIER
Country of OriginMade in India
Hex nut bolts are commonly used in metal beam crash barriers due to their strength, durability, and ease of installation. These bolts play a critical role in ensuring that the barrier system is securely fastened and capable of withstanding the forces exerted during vehicle impacts. Here’s an in-depth look at the use of hex nut bolts in metal beam crash barriers:
### Characteristics of Hex Nut Bolts
1. **Head Shape**:   - **Hexagonal Head**: The hexagonal shape allows for easy tightening with a wrench or socket, providing a secure and robust connection.
2. **Shank**:   - **Threaded Portion**: The shank is fully or partially threaded, allowing for adjustable tension and secure fastening.
3. **Materials**:   - **Steel**: Typically made from high-strength steel to ensure durability and the ability to withstand high impact forces.   - **Galvanization**: Often hot-dip galvanized to provide corrosion resistance, extending the lifespan of the bolts.
### Functions in Metal Beam Crash Barriers
1. **Secure Fastening**:   - **Components**: Used to fasten the W-Beam or Thrie-Beam rails to spacer blocks and posts, ensuring all parts of the barrier system are tightly connected.   - **Stability**: Provides structural stability, crucial for the barrier’s performance during vehicle collisions.
2. **Impact Resistance**:   - **Durability**: Designed to withstand significant forces, ensuring the barrier remains intact and effective in redirecting vehicles upon impact.
3. **Ease of Installation**:   - **Hex Head**: Allows for quick and secure tightening with standard tools, making installation efficient.
### Installation Process
1. **Preparation**:   - **Selection**: Choose the appropriate hex nut bolts based on the specific requirements of the barrier system and environmental conditions.   - **Inspection**: Ensure bolts are free from defects and have the necessary galvanization to resist corrosion.
2. **Positioning**:   - **Alignment**: Insert bolts through pre-drilled holes in the W-Beam or Thrie-Beam rail and spacer blocks.   - **Fitment**: Ensure the bolts fit properly through the components, with the threads extending enough to allow secure fastening with the hex nuts.
3. **Tightening**:   - **Nuts**: Place hex nuts on the threaded ends of the bolts.   - **Torque**: Use a wrench or socket to tighten the nuts to the specified torque, ensuring a secure connection without over-tightening, which could damage the components.
4. **Final Checks**:   - **Inspection**: Verify that all bolts are properly tightened and that the barrier components are securely fastened and aligned.
### Maintenance and Inspection
1. **Regular Inspections**:   - **Check for Looseness**: Periodically inspect bolts for signs of loosening, which could compromise the barrier’s structural integrity.   - **Corrosion**: Look for any signs of rust or corrosion, especially in areas exposed to harsh weather conditions.
2. **Tightening**:   - **Re-Torqueing**: Re-tighten any bolts that have become loose over time to maintain the barrier’s effectiveness.
3. **Replacement**:   - **Damaged Bolts**: Replace any bolts that show significant wear, damage, or corrosion to ensure the barrier remains effective.
### Applications of Hex Nut Bolts in Crash Barriers
1. **Highways and Roads**:   - **Edge Barriers**: Installed along the edges of highways and roads to prevent vehicles from leaving the roadway.   - **Median Barriers**: Used in medians to prevent crossover accidents between opposing traffic lanes.



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Minimum Order Quantity100 Meter
MaterialGalvanized Steel
Metal Beam Crash BarrierSingle side Single Barrier Single side Double Barrier Double side Single Barrier Double side Double
SpecificationsCold roll formed in thickness 3mm/2.8mm/2.6mm Raw materials conforming to 5986/2062/10748 or equival
Product Details and AdvantagesMetal Beam Crash Barrier has wide applications and is used on median, shoulders, verge and high emba
Country of OriginMade in India
  • Cold roll formed in thickness 3mm/2.8mm/2.6mm
  • Raw materials conforming to 5986/2062/10748 or equivalent of grade.
  • Fe 250/ Fe 350/ Fe 410/ Fe 510
  • Hot deep galvanized to 550gsm/sq.m
  • Overall Length 4318 mm/ 3318mm/ as per customized drawing.
  • Effective Length: 4000mm/3000mm
  • Fastner as per IS: 1363, 1367
  • Tolerance as per IS: 1852

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