The Important Uses of Traffic Control Devices: Delianators

Safety should always come first. School systems across the country are always striving to improve all areas of safety for their student body and staff. Delineators are one of the traffic control devices that can be utilised to improve them. Traffic control before, during, and after school is a top priority. Sreka Industries Limited recognizes the importance of safety and provides delineators and other traffic control devices to prioritize safety of students and staff. Values of quality, care, and integrity have always been important at Sreka Industries Limited and the products and services offered by the company will help keep traffic under control.

Image courtesy of Feelart at


Where To Use Traffic Control Devices

Traffic Control Signs

Many of the products of Sreka Industries Limited are designed to call attention to both drivers and pedestrians. Their traffic control devices are designed to help traffic flow to and from the workplace, school, or busy streets help to keep traffic problems at a minimum. The top-quality traffic control devices are made by professionals who have expertise in the area of design. If you notice a problem with the traffic at busy school crossings or bus stops, a big difference can be seen after a traffic device has been installed. Once the traffic control devices are in place, you should begin to see a more organized effort on both the drivers and the pedestrians.

Construction Zone Safety

Have you ever felt overwhelmed when driving through a construction zone on the highway? Traffic control is a must when trying to navigate through a work zone. The products to help control the flow of traffic throughout the zone can be purchased from Sreka Industries Limited, as well as pavement markings, sign components, and much more.

Often times, a particular custom made sign is needed for specific traffic control issues. Sreka Industries Limited values its customers and the employees who are professionally trained to create the traffic control devices you want. The top-grade plastic materials combined with the expertise of design are sure to meet your satisfaction.

Image courtesy of Ayhan YILDIZ at

Delianators And Bollards

Flexible delineators are similar in appearance to bollards.  However, the intended functions of both devices are distinct from each other.  This article will clarify the ways in which the two differ.

The Purpose of Bollards

Bollards convey a simple message: “don’t go here!”  They are intended as obstructions to either foot or vehicular travel.  In some cases, they take the form of substantial structures made of steel or concrete.  In other cases, they are made of highly flexible materials and are meant to “bend rather than break” if struck by motor vehicles.  Regardless of their construction, however, their purpose is to discourage or prevent undesired or unauthorized access to certain areas.

The Purpose of Delineators

Delineators are intended not so much to obstruct traffic as to guide it.  The non-verbal message they’re intended to convey is: “please go this way.”  Like many bollards, they’re highly reflective and easily visible at night.  They also alert motorists to changing road conditions due to the presence of structures such as guardrails.  A typical use for them is to alert a motorist of a guardrail in place alongside a curving road.  Delineators are often installed atop the rail to make it more visible to passing autos.

Flexible delineators differ from other types in that they rise vertically from the road surface.  This affords them a higher degree of visibility compared to traditional channelisers, which are typically level with the road.  They’re especially useful in areas where side-swipe types of accidents are likely to occur, such as when traffic is merging from one road onto another.  They prevent vehicles from moving leftward too quickly as they enter the stream of traffic.  Their flexibility keeps them from causing damage even if they’re struck.

Both bollards and delineators serve vitally important functions.  Knowing when each should be used is important for maintaining public safety, both on the streets and off.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s