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Energy Absorbing Crash Cushion

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The Energy Absorbing Crash Cushion (Pole/Tree Buffer) is used to protect vehicle occupants in the event of a collision with fixed roadside objects including trees, light poles, concrete walls, bridge rails and power poles. Strategically slotted steel tubes provide controlled crumpling and energy absorption to an errant vehicle.

National Safety Products offer a range of energy absorbing products, including crash cushions, that are high-quality and reliable — and deliver on performance. Our energy absorbing products are all a superior choice for safety and will offer the right solution to ensure the safety of your pedestrians, customers, staff and property.

Purchasing our traffic safety products such as energy absorbing crash cushions, comes with a range of advantages and features:

• Australian Certified Products Only

• Award Winning Patented Safety Solutions

• Australian Owned Company

• Innovative Products

• Service Guaranteed

• Quality Guaranteed

• Competitive Pricing

• Environmentally Sustainable Products

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