Following customer feedback, AUTOPA Ltd is pleased to announce the re-design of their Removable Post range. First introduced in 1969, a Removable Post from AUTOPA Ltd remains the perfect choice for anyone looking to prevent unauthorised parking, whilst still having access to the site.
In the standard model the lock has been moved from the front of the post to the rear, in between the post and the lid. What’s more, the lock itself is now protected by an anti-tamper guard plate. Moving the lock to the back of the post adds an additional layer of security. The lock is no longer visible while the guard plate makes the lock itself tamper proof.
The RSP (Removable Security Post) is supplied with a high security slide bolt padlock. In addition to the standard range, a Fire Brigade option is also available. In this version, the lock also sits at the back of the post. However, for ease of access in emergencies, the lock itself sits on the outside of the guard plate. The locking mechanism is compatible with the Fire Brigade padlock.
"This is the first major redesign of the Removable Post in 40 years, which shows the work and dedication that goes into our design and development. At AUTOPA we pride ourselves on the durability of our products, and expect that this design will still be going in another 40 years."
- Andrew Murray, Director at AUTOPA
Removable Posts are designed for areas where occasional access is required, for example a forecourt where access is needed during the day, but not at night. The post can be locked in place overnight and then removed the next day as required.
As with all AUTOPA products, the Removable Post is galvanised to guarantee the durability of the product. The posts are available in a galvanised steel finish or a galvanised and RAL colour coated finish. Additional ground sockets are available for storing the post in a convenient location when not in use.
AUTOPA Ltd is a family run business based in Rugby, Warwickshire who specialise in the manufacture, supply and installation of parking posts, bollards and other street furniture.