Impact Recovery Systems

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4955 Stout Drive
San Antonio, TX 78219
About Impact Recovery Systems
  • Impact Recovery Systems manufactures flexible, durable, high impact traffic devices. Available for both temporary and permanent usage. Applications include roads, highways, rail and transit, station platform, work zones, airports, parking lots, and pedestrian areas. Our patented anti-twist, spring-loaded products collapse upon impact and quickly “spring back” to their original position time after time.

    Whether it’s for pedestrian safety, parking lots, or vehicle guidance fluidity, our full line of traffic separators and curbs, markers, and custom parking lot signage increase the longevity of your traffic products to decrease replacement costs. Products are MUTCD compliant, NCHRP-350 and/or MASH 2009 accepted. Visit www.ImpactRecovery.com/Resources for more information.
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Products by Impact Recovery Systems
  • Sentinel Between-Car-Barrier System

    <ul><li>Barrier to prevent stepping off the platform between cars</li><li>Fire-retardent, chemical and mechanical resistance</li><li>Tensioned low enough that in the vent of errant docking, rider in a wheelchair would be able to traverse the curb/uprights</li></ul> Read more