48 Barriers Blog

Welcome to the 48 Barriers blog where you will find helpful tips and product details regarding industrial traffic management products, site amenities, queue solutions, and event crowd management. 48 Barriers is a global leader when it comes to barriers and barricades – concrete, plastic, and water filled barricades – as well as concrete planters.

Since 2003, 48 Barriers has helped event planners, construction managers, and other entities with crowd control and traffic control products. Our clients love our long lasting products. Our top notch sales team provides excellent customer service for our industrial products. Follow our blog to learn fascinating facts about these products as well as tips to help you choose what fits your traffic management and crowd management needs.

  • Important Criteria to Consider While Choosing K Rail Or Concrete Barriers

    As all know concrete barriers or K rails are the most commonly used dividers used for preventing prohibited areas and as highway dividers. These barriers are also used in extensive construction sites, nuclear power plants, oil fields and more often to enhance road safety. With the new mini kind of concrete barriers, it has become Read More

  • Know How Concrete Barriers Imparts Road Safety

    Designed with safety and accident prevention in mind, concrete barriers slow down, stop or redirect a vehicle from causing a severe highway crash. These barriers come in different shapes and are crashworthy. The crash performance of concrete barriers depends on variables such as the type of the vehicle, its speed and more. Concrete barriers are Read More

  • 48 Barriers™ Emphasizes the Importance of Concrete Barriers for Home Security

    We all know that getting behind the wheel of a vehicle after consuming alcohol is a serious crime. Even drinking a small amount of alcohol can lead to harmful situations. Furthermore, alcohol-impaired driving fatalities accounted for 29% of the total vehicle traffic fatalities in the past year. Recently, a 21-year old Water Mill driver traveling Read More