4" Poly Base for 4" Eagle Post Cover Sleeves, Black - 1732BASE
- Attaches to any 4-inch Eagle bollard cover
- Can be attached to the ground with screws for a more permanent setup
- Made of long-lasting, all-weather HDPE
- Combine with bollard sleeves for temporary or semi-permanent traffic control
Set pedestrian, bike or vehicle traffic patterns without the cost or permanence of installing steel or concrete bollards. Combine any Eagle 4-inch bollard post sleeve with this poly base for a temporary or semi-permanent setup. These products are perfect for warehouses where equipment moves frequently, controlling pedestrian flow at festivals, establishing temporary outdoor dining areas, or creating designated service, delivery or emergency vehicle lanes at events.
Why use Eagle bollard covers?
Our poly bases are easy to install, and our kit comes with everything you need for installation. When combined with Eagle 4-inch bollard post covers, these products can quickly improve property appearance and keep pedestrians and vehicles out of restricted areas. Made in the U.S. with American-manufactured HDPE, these long-lasting, all-weather bases are resistant to rusting, cracking or fading.
Eagle poly bases are nonconductive, chemical resistant, can withstand extreme temperatures (-30ºF to 130ºF) and feature UV inhibitors for fade resistance. To keep your bollard covers and bases looking pristine, wipe down with soap and water.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are bollards?
Bollards are steel or concrete structures meant to protect buildings, structures or any assets like utility meters, electrical boxes, pipes or machinery from vehicle collisions. They are also used in outdoor spaces to mark pedestrian traffic patterns or bike paths, keep pedestrians out of dangerous areas and prevent cars from driving or parking too close to unauthorized areas. Learn more about bollard posts
What are bollard covers?
Bollard post covers are colorful plastic sleeves that slide over bollards to improve their appearance, increase their life and save companies the time and money of annual painting and maintenance.
How should I space my bollards?
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, bollards should be no closer than 3 feet apart so pedestrians in wheelchairs can move through the space. However, spacing between posts should not exceed 5 feet to ensure bollards provide protection against vehicles.
Can bollard covers be used for temporary setups?
Can I customize bollard sleeves?
Yes, Eagle offers color customization and embossing on orders of 500 bollard sleeves or more. Please contact us for more information or a quote.
|Dimensions, Exterior||10" (25.4 cm) W x 10" (25.4 cm) D x 2.743" (7 cm) H|
|Net Weight, lbs||1.4|
|Net Weight, kgs||0.6|