H4b Highway Gantry

- a Milestone in Road Safety


REBLOC proudly unveils the world's first H4b-tested highway gantry system, a pioneering breakthrough in road safety.
This integrated system revolutionizes the conventional approach of an in-situ foundation, which includes the base pole and safety barriers on both sides.
The integrated system provides a double-sided H4b safety barrier and acts as foundation for the base pole of the gantry system.
Rigorous H4b testing of the complete system has shown exceptional stability, making it an ideal choice for central reserve, ensuring proven safety.

The system comprises three precast concrete barriers. The two outer barriers flank the central barrier housing the integrated foundation and base pole. EN-1317 compliant testing ensures reliability upon vehicle impact. Additional installations like light poles or traffic signs can be easily incorporated on top of the certified system. The precast concrete elements are securely anchored with an embedding depth of only 200 millimeters. An inspection access simplifies electric cabling. All three elements are firmly connected using steel plates on top of the barriers.

Key system benefits:

  • Integrated System: Seamless integration of the foundation and base pole within safety barriers optimizes space and aesthetics and eliminating the need for separate structures.
  • Highest Containment Level: Achieving the tested H4b containment level for this integrated system marks a significant advancement in global highway safety.
  • Slim Profile: With less than 1-meter width at its widest point, it excels in congested areas with heavy traffic and reduces land consumption.
  • Double-sided Design: The system's no-deflection performance in H4b testing suits central reserve usage, enhancing safety on high-ranking road networks.

The REBLOC H4b Highway Gantry System is a significant innovation, providing the very first integrated and tested solution, while offering more space for traffic. After all, only tested systems provide reliable protection.