Guardrail terminal ends were designed to prevent guardrails from penetrating vehicles that collide with the ends of roadside barriers. Barrier systems require well designed terminal ends to avoid any dangerous situations. Our guardrail terminal ends are expertly engineered to minimize impacts and stop vehicles from being pierced by the steel guardrail.
Specifications of the Guardrail Terminal End
Surface: galvanized, PVC coated
Color: any color is available (customized painting is available)
Sizes: designed to match different sized rails
Standard: AASHTO M 180, EN ISO 1461, JT/T 281-2007, or other international standards.
Guardrail terminal ends are often fitted with brightly colored/reflective decals or painted to increase visibility.
What kind of guardrail terminal end we can supply?
We supply five kinds of guardrail ends to match differently sized guardrails and installation locations.
This kind of highway guardrail component fits standard w-beam or thrie-beam guardrails, providing cushioning during collision.
This type of guardrail terminal end is often used where a head on collision is unlikely. Commonly used where pedestrians would be near.
These guardrail terminal ends are also called fish tail end terminals. They are used for w-beam and thrie-beam guardrails and deflect energy during an impact.
The holes in this crash barrier end allows it to be conveniently bolted. It can be used for bridges, highways, and toll booths.