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Highways.Today Newsletter

6 May 2021 


Welcome to another Highways.Today newsletter.

This week I have partnered with a guardrail manufacturing company who have invented a better alternative to steel guardrail.

Their Resin Guardrail can be made of recycled plastics and has a honeycomb structure that delivers elasticity and superior shock absorption to protect cars and their passengers.

The guardrail can also be made with luminescent pigments so the guardrail glows at night for increased visibility and safety.

Resin Guardrail is cheaper than steel, especially at the moment with steel prices going crazy, and with a 30 year lifespan, this really is a game changer for the road safety industry. 

Please contact me for more details.

Thanks again and stay safe. 

Anthony Davis - Editor

Connected Safety Net - Safety Management Automation

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This Weeks Newsletter Sponsor

Resin Highway Guardrail

Resin Guardrail


Steel guardrail has been a mainstay of the road safety industry for decades, and now there is a new and better alternative that ticks all the boxes.

Safety: Resin Guardrail has been designed with a unique ribbed structure for excellent elasticity and shock absorption for added safety, whereas steel can twist and sheer creating a hazard to vehicles and passengers.

Colourful: Dyes and luminescent pigments are introduced during the extrusion process for a colourful barrier solution that shines at night for maximum visibility and safety awareness.


Recycling: Resin Guardrail can be made from recycled plastics to create an environmentally friendly solution for both road safety and the planet.

Maintenance: As Resin Guardrail does not rust or corrode and is made to high standards it will maintain its durability for 30 years or more. The guardrail is also 30% lighter than steel, which makes makes maintenance and replacing damaged sections easier and quicker.

Value: Resin Guardrail represents a much better value than steel, and has a much longer working life. As it is lighter it is cheaper to transport, easier to install and much easier to maintain. 

Please visit our website to enquire about using Resin Guardrail on your next project.

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