A Roll Over Protection Structure (ROPS) is a reinforcement member(s) installed into, or onto a vehicle with the intention of protecting the vehicles occupants in the event of a roll over accident.

The primary intent of a ROPS is to limit the crushing and deformation of the vehicle roof and cabin structure during a roll over accident. This ensures that the vehicle occupants are provided with an adequate amount of survival space which reduces the risk of head, neck/spinal, and upper torso injuries, ultimately preventing death effectiveness and reduces bedding-in time.
A team of talented fabricators with a passion for perfection and engineering – founded this ROPS design.
A desire to build something heavy duty, yet lightweight, something that stood out from the crowd – products that would withstand the toughest outback conditions – led to the new range of products. The quest to continually develop innovative products runs deep in our DNA.
Based out of the state of the art workshop in Perth WA, ROPS are built on 50 Years of Engineering Excellence.
Our ROPS manufacturer is Perth’s largest Vehicle Body Building company and we are sharing our experience with customers so they can enjoy the best of the best in the latest 4×4 products.

Single Hoop Internal Roll Bar

Designed to protect vehicle occupants in the event of a rollover by reinforcing the structural integrity of the vehicle.

  • The rollbar prevents complete collapse of the vehicle roof in such an event.

  • Manufactured for maximum strength from circular profile steel tubing.

  • The tubing is enclosed in high impact absorbing foam material to further protect the vehicle occupants.

  • Internal fitment results in a seamless integrated solution with a small amount of recline restriction to ensure maximum safety for occupants.


Different specifications are available for vehicles fitted with or without side and side-curtain airbags.

  • Front and rear solutions are also available for some model vehicles

  • Suitable for vehicles driven on public road systems