Jersey Barrier Blocks

Jersey Barrier Blocks

The ultimate anti-vehicle perimeter protection

Our heavy duty Jersey Barriers interlocking blocks easily lock in to place next to one another making the creation of barriers a breeze.

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Cost effective

The cost of manufacturing Jersey Barriers is very cost effective and due to their interlocking system, our barriers can be easily picked up and used elsewhere saving money through repurposing.

Ultimate Security

Our Jersey Barriers are heavy duty interlocking blocks that provide the ultimate anti-vehicle perimeter protection. They can also be used for flood protection, site security, edge protection and temporary works.

Easy to Install

Due to the simple interlocking system our Jersey Barriers easily lock in to place next to one another making the creation of barriers a breeze.

Longer lasting more durable

All our concrete Jersey Barriers are made on site using our own moulds from locally sourced raw materials. 

A Jersey Barrier (also known as a barrier block, or a concrete Jersey Barrier) is a concrete block in the shape of a rectangle with its bottom end becoming much wider in order to aid its stability. One of the Jersey Barriers’ purposes is to create a barrier, the concrete ensures it can not be easily moved or knocked over.

Our heavy-duty Jersey Barriers blocks easily lock in to place next to one another making the creation of barriers simple. Whether it’s a barrier for a construction site or edge protection, Jersey barrier blocks are the solution.

Our Concrete Jersey Barrier Blocks

How are Jersey Barriers connected?

Similar to our other interlocking concrete blocks, Jersey Barries are connected from side to side as opposed to the stacking mechanism used on our blocks.

One end of the barrier has studs, whilst the other has recesses, which means connecting a Jersey Barrier is as simple as pressing one side into the other. Of course, this must be done with the right equipment and will be impossible to do by hand.

How will a connected Jersey Barrier benefit you?

You find that a single Jersey Barrier is hard enough to move on its own, but when it is connected, the structural integrity is reinforced which in turn increases the difficulty to move it.

A connected Jersey Barrier means that smaller vehicles like bikes can’t manoeuvre through the space of unconnected barriers

Can you stack Jersey Barriers?

No, the narrow top of the barrier and lack of studs and recesses in this area means that Jersey Barriers are not made to be stacked upon one another, doing so will damage or break your Jersey Barrier and create a significant health and safety hazard if this is attempted.

Interlocking Concrete Blocks & Jersey Barrier prices

For anybody wondering how much interlocking concrete blocks cost, whether it be a jersey barrier or otherwise, there is no set price for Interlocking concrete blocks because it will depend entirely on your project, preference, size, and quantity you need.

Along with this, offloading and installation are available via a third party. This is why we strongly encourage you to contact us on our website to get your quote.

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    There are a variety of reasons why a site would need a Jersey Barrier to cover its perimeter. Here are a few

    • It prevents vehicles from entering or leaving the site.
    • Vehicles can’t be stolen from inside the site, and potential thieves can’t drive onto the site to steal anything.
    • If near a busy road, the barriers protect the site from wayward drivers or potential accidents.
    • It is more of a deterrent for people walking by the site who could be potentially injured. If using cones instead of a barrier, for example, people may disregard them and put themselves in danger.

    The following dimensions of our Jersey Barriers are 900×2000 mm. This equates to 90×200 cm.

    These dimensions display that Jersey barriers aren’t tall structures, but more than tall and wide enough to barricade your site from vehicles, as well as let members of the public know that they should not be going beyond those barriers.

    We encourage you to get in contact with us if you have any further questions regarding the dimensions of our barrier blocks.

    A Jersey Barrier is a concrete block in the shape of a rectangle with its bottom end becoming much wider in order to aid its stability.

    The purpose of a Jersey Barrier is to create a barrier, the concrete ensures it can not be easily moved or knocked over.

    Our heavy-duty Jersey Barriers interlocking blocks easily lock in to place next to one another making the creation of barriers a breeze. Whether it’s a barrier for a construction site, or for separating lanes on the road, Jersey Barrier blocks are the solution.

    A Jersey Barrier is a concrete block in the shape of a rectangle with its bottom end becoming much wider in order to aid its stability.

    The purpose of a Jersey Barrier is to create a barrier, the concrete ensures it can not be easily moved or knocked over.

    Our heavy-duty Jersey Barriers interlocking blocks easily lock in to place next to one another making the creation of barriers a breeze. Whether it’s a barrier for a construction site, or for separating lanes on the road, Jersey Barrier blocks are the solution.

    In terms of stopping access via a car past a barrier, the Jersey Barrier will stop a car. The weight and structural integrity granted by multiple Jersey Barriers that are connected ensure a car will be unable to dislodge or move them.

    That being said, if a car approaches the Jersey Barrier at high speeds it can prove fatal for the driver, the barrier may stop the car from proceeding but at the detriment of the driver.

    The height and inter-connectable nature of the Jersey Barrier ensures that cars trying to go through the barriers will be unable to and have to resort to driving around the barriers.

    The moving of the Jersey Barrier can only be properly facilitated by construction vehicles designed for moving heavy objects.

    When measuring against a traditional metal framed barrier, the Jersey Barrier holds these advantages:

    • Unaffected by weather due to its weight
    • Its weight makes it incredibly difficult to move without the correct equipment
    • The structural integrity is reinforced when connected with more Jersey Barriers, making it exceedingly difficult to remove

    To summarise, the answer is yes. A Jersey Barrier will stop a car, and the barrier is there for a reason, trying to gain entry to a site that is covered with barriers can present a hazard to your health or vehicle. Along with this, you could be criminally charged with illegal entry.

    Concrete is generally a long-lasting resource in most of the structures it is used in making. In regards to jersey barriers, there is no set time on how long they will last.

    There are too many variable factors to consider in regard to what can affect the lifespan of a jersey barrier. With exposure to weather, UV rays, contact and impact, from either transport or something else, you will find cracks developing over time.

    But rest assured, jersey barriers are able to last for a very long time barring there is no regular high-velocity impact.

    Jersey Barriers are not made to be stacked upon one another, doing so will damage or break your Jersey Barrier and create a significant health and safety hazard if this is attempted.

    Our Jersey Barriers generally weigh around 1560KG. In terms of their structure, the width of the block is wider at the bottom than it is at the top, what this means is that they are not designed to have weight stacked upon it. A wide surface area makes it easier for any structure to balance and hold weight.

    If you decide to attempt to stack weight on a Jersey Barrier, you will be compromising the safety of your site, the barrier, as well as what your using to stack on it. Misuse of our Jersey Blocks may also result in physical injury. Please use them responsibily & with care and caution.

    If you’re looking for an alternative that has the ability to be stacked and hold a large amount of weight, we would consider taking a look at our Interlocking Concrete Blocks.

    A jersey barrier does not have the same level of consistent thickness of our interlocking concrete blocks. This is due to the shape being wider at the bottom (giving it more stability). However, don’t let this fool you, the shape does not mean the thinner top of the barrier is weak at all.

    For the complete measurements, we recommend you contact us directly.

    Specific machinery such as a barrier lift would be the safest option in order to move our jersey barriers. We understand that not everybody may have access to certain machinery, which is why we encourage you to get in contact with us.

    Once we understand your project and its needs, along with your equipment, we can tell you if you have the necessary equipment.

    For anybody wondering how much interlocking concrete blocks cost, whether it be a jersey barrier or otherwise, their is no set price for Interlocking concrete blocks because it will depend entirely on your project, preference, size, and quantity you need.

    Along with this, offloading and installation is available via a third-party. This is why we strongly encourage you to contact us on our website to get your quote.