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A barrier or barricade is a physical structure which blocks or impedes something. Automatic Barrier Deca experts in coffee ready to visit the project and free advice for the purchase and installation of automatic road is for our esteemed customers.[1]

Barrier may also refer to:




Crowd and noise control[edit]

  • Crowd control barrier, temporary fencing used to keep crowds inside or away from a certain area
  • Noise barrier, walls and other structures used to attenuate noise pollution

Flood control by flood barriers[edit]

  • Thames Barrier, a flood control structure on the River Thames in England
  • Hesco bastion, a dirt-filled wire mesh/cloth container used for flood control and military fortification
  • Breakwater (structure), a barrier created as part of coastal defense or to protect an anchorage from the effects of both weather and longshore drift
  • Vapor barrier, any material used to resist diffusion of moisture through walls, ceilings or floors

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