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TopGard 6" Concrete Bollard Cap With Setting Rod
 TOPGARD concrete bollard caps provide a superior and low cost alternative to traditional bollard hand finishing:
  • Class A form finish
  • Proprietary 5000 psi concrete reinforced with micro fibers
  • Available in 4″, 6″ and 8″ sizes
  • Patent pending wet set design
  • Up to 50% labor savings
  • Install in as little as 10 seconds
  • No finisher needed
  • No punch list
  • Can also be retrofitted to existing bollards to eliminate the mistakes left behind by traditional methods

TOPGARD Installation Guide

Step 1: Remove top guard cap and center rod from packaging thread center rod into the bottom of the TopGard cap.

Step 2: fill pipe bollard with wet concrete. Fill concrete to the top of the pipe bollard and strike off with the margin trial or like tool.  Consolidate the concrete as you fill the bollard by gently tapping the side of the bollard.

Step 3: Once you have filled the bollard to the top, install the TopGard cap by pressing down firmly to allow the concrete paste and the bottom of the Top Gard cap to create a seal.

Step 4:  While holding the top guard firmly in place, tap the edge of the bollard to consolidate concrete around the inner rod of the bollard.

Step 5:  Using a rag or sponge, clean the exterior of the bollards by wiping clean any excess material that has escaped the bottom of the cap during the installation process.

TOPGARD Retrofit Procedure

Step 1:  Remove existing concrete top from pipe bollards by using mechanical means, i.e. chipping or grinding.    Prior to removing existing concrete ensure that all appropriate PPE is being worn and train for proper use.

Step 2:  Remove any concrete laitance from the chipping and grinding operation by using a damp sponge brush.   Ensure that the top of the bollard is clean and free of any loose debris or dust.

Step 3: Using a hammer drill, drill a hole in the center of the existing bollards vertically to accept the inner rod.  Drill this whole using a 5/8” masonry bit, drill the hole a minimum of 6 inches into the top of the bollard.  Once drilling is complete ream the whole with a wire brush to remove any concrete laitance or dust to ensure proper bonding for step four.

Step 4: Fill the center hole with HY 150 epoxy or equal, also run a small bead of epoxy around the perimeter of the existing bollard approximately 1/2 inch from the outside wall of the bollard.

Step 5:  Insert the TopGard cap into the drilled hole filled with epoxy -  press down firmly to ensure proper bonding and seating of the cap.


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