Thrie Beam Crash Barriers are a type of road safety barrier system that is designed to prevent vehicles from running off the road or colliding with obstacles by redirecting them back onto the roadway. They are commonly used on highways, bridges, and other high-speed roadways where the risk of vehicular accidents is high.
They are typically installed on a foundation of steel posts that are driven into the ground and anchored with concrete. The barriers are installed in a continuous line along the roadway, with gaps at regular intervals to allow for drainage and expansion.
Thrie Beam Crash Barriers can be designed to meet various safety standards and specifications, depending on the intended application and local regulations.