passco Systems

The original guardrails.

passco ESP

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N2-A-W5

The passco ESP 4,0 is our classic roadside safety barrier system consisting of galvanised beams and posts Sigma 100 length 1,9 meters and with post spacing every 4 meters. It was tested with 60 meters total length and two times 12 meters sloped down end terminals. The beams are connected to the posts by clamps and fasteners. The overlapping of the beams is in traffic direction.

passco ESP 4,0
(+ UFS)

passco ESP 2,0

N2

N2

Acceleration Severity Index

A

A

Working width

W5

W4

Post distance

4,00 m

2,00 m

Containment level

passco EDSP

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H1-A-W5

The passco EDSP 2,0 is our classic roadside safety barrier system consisting of galvanised beams and posts Sigma 100 length 1,9 meters and with post spacing every 2 meters. It was tested with 60 meters total length and two times 12 meters sloped down end terminals. The beams are connected to the posts by clamps and fasteners. The overlapping of the beams is in traffic direction.

passco EDSP 2,0

passco EDSP 1,33

H1

H1

Acceleration Severity Index

A

A

Working width

W5

W4

Post distance

2,00 m

1,33 m

Containment level

Image by Zach Vessels

The passco EDSP 1,33 BW is our classic roadside safety barrier system for bridges consisting of galvanised beams and posts Sigma 100 on footplate with post spacing every 1,33 meters. It was tested with 68 meters total length and two times 12 meters sloped down end terminals. The beams are connected to the posts by clamps and fasteners. The overlapping of the beams is in traffic direction.

passco EDSP BW

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H1-A-W5

passco DDSP

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H1-A-W6

The passco DDSP 4,0 is our classic double-sided roadside safety barrier system consisting of galvanised beams and posts Sigma 100 length 1,9 meters and with post spacing every 4 meters. It was tested with 60 meters total length and two times 12 meters sloped down end terminals. The beams are connected to the posts through spacers and fasteners. The overlapping of the beams is in traffic direction.