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EAET – Energy Absorbing End Terminal

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  • Complies to test criteria AS/NZS 3845:1999 – Non Re-directive Crash Attenuator

  • Designed to arrest a 1600kg errant motor vehicle travelling at speeds up to 60kph

  • Deforming – Energy Absorbing Cartridge/Bollard protects the Vehicle Occupants

  • Ideal for Non Gating & Limited Space Applications (Roundabouts, Cliff Faces, Bridges)

  • EAET is easily replaced after impact and can be retro-fitted to existing guardrail systems.

  • Anchored End Terminal facilitates downstream guardrail to re-direct impacting Vehicles.

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Non gating means you won’t go over the edge.

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EAET performs the same way as EAB’s used
to protect outdoor dining patrons.

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EAET Length 3m – Ideal for tight urban areas.

VEHICLE FRONTAL IMPACT INTO ENERGY ABSORBING END TERMINAL

Non Gating End Treatments are required in situations where the impacting errant Motor Vehicle needs to be “captured” for the safety and well
being of its occupants. The frontal impact kinematics into an Energy Absorbing End Terminal (EAET) is quite different from the kinematics of a
vehicle impacting a solid object or another vehicle. The vehicle’s front axle lifts up following the deformation of the Energy Absorbing Bollard
and due to this rotation, the vehicles front passengers get lifted up and pushed away from the steering wheel and the dashboard.

This will significantly reduce their injuries and risk of fatality.

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  • Copyright to ASE Pty Ltd Patented in Australia and Overseas.

  • The standard Energy Absorbing Bollard (EAB) can also be used to provide a stand-alone 60kph End Treatment on Roads and Work Zones.

  • The correct installation of the EAET and EAB is critical for their performance under impact conditions. All installers of Energy Absorbing Products must complete an Installation Compliance Registration Form to meet the Manufacturer’s Specifications and Recommendations.

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