A plastic road barrier with MASH TL-2 deflection
The Lo-Ro is a relatively new addition to the Australian barrier market, offering MASH TL-2 protection. It provides excellent protection for posted speed zones up to 70km/hr and is the ideal barrier to hire to ensure you comply with 2022’s updated MASH regulations.
The Lo-Ro is a plastic water filled barrier that offers best in class deflection, shorter clear zones and a shorter minimum length. Its lower profile height provides increased visibility for motorists in urban areas, thereby increasing safety for both your workers and for the public.
Benefits of the Lo-Ro waterfilled barriers
TL-1 and TL-2 deflection
The Lo-Ro is designed Read more
At Orange Hire, we’re proud of our people and their commitment to safety. In this article, our Newcastle Sales Coordinator, Jacob, explains how safety is an integral part of the culture at Orange Hire.
Why is safety important to you from a personal perspective?
It’s simple, but it’s the most important reason: I want to ensure that both myself and my teammates get home safe to our families each night.
What kind of things does Orange Hire encourage, celebrate and acknowledge to ensure everyone has a focus on safety?
Our team really acknowledges and celebrates no LTIs (lost time injuries). Orange Hire is also extremely open to feedback on safety Read more
Sydney Civil partners with Orange Hire for reliable long term crash barrier hire.
Project: Sydney CBD revitalisation
Customer: Sydney Civil
Time period: 2021
- Crowd control barriers
- Water filled barriers
- Concrete barriers
With more than 90% of daily through-Sydney commuter trips being undertaken on foot, opening up a new walkable corridor is a boon for CBD workers and visitors.
This ‘pedestrianisation’ project covers key streets within Sydney’s CBD and when finished in 2022, will incorporate public transport links, retail precincts, Chinatown and the cinema zone, linking these areas together in a sprawling pedestrian-friendly network.
The project includes a green canopy of 100 trees over the Bathurst to Read more