Since 1974, Delta Scientific Corporation. has manufactured products and barricade systems that promote safety and security for pedestrians and properties with the help of our knowledgeable and experienced employees. Delta’s product lines consist of high-security vehicle barricade systems, parking control equipment and guard booths.
Our new production center in Palmdale, California has exceptionally improved our manufacturing prowess. Our fabrication space now comprises of more than 260,000 square feet of production area. With the opening of this new facility,
Delta Scientific Corp. is delivering record numbers of vehicle access systems to customers around the globe. More than 15,000 of these Delta systems are now deployed worldwide to protect U.S. embassies, nuclear plants, banks, stadiums, large major airports, car rental lots, logistics centers, palaces, private residences and more.
Double Hit Defense
The DSC501 is Delta's highest security barricade designed to withstand multiple attacks and continue operating. It is found at embassies, government buildings, military bases, nuclear power plants and museums throughout the world. It has been full scale tested to stop US and European trucks and be ready the second attack.
Highly reliable, it was life tested 27,000 cycles after a full scale crash test with no measurable wear. Its stopping capability and shallow foundation has revolutionized the physical security world. The power of its hydraulics will lift large vehicles. (Click here to see video).
Hit the emergency fast button and an array of three or more DSC2000 barricades will pop up in less than 0.4 seconds powered by a single hydraulic pumping unit. These barricades can be operated as a single barricade in a narrow road or an array of 10 or more. Normal operating speed is an adjustable 5 to 12 seconds. This barricade is rated K12, USA and tested Vs European trucks.
The DSC2000 EM-3 is an electro mechanical version with a 2 second emergency fast time and normal operating speed of 5 to 12 seconds (user adjustable).
With high security and simplicity the DSC2000 Manual version will raise or lower the barricade with a single hand.
1st Crash-Rated Shallow Foundation Fixed Bollard Modules – Handle Rough Terrains and Curves/K12-Tested
The DSC600 is the first Shallow Foundation Bollard to successfully meet the U.S. Department of State Specification, Revision A that requires the bed of the attacking truck to go less than 39 inches (1 m) beyond the point of impact.
With a foundation only 14 inches (35.5 cm) deep versus the four feet (1.2 m) typically required, Delta’s new DSC600 Shallow Foundation Bollards can be installed within sidewalks, on top of concrete deck truss bridges or in planters as well as conform to the inclines and turns of a locale. The new 2-bollard modules, which can be arrayed in whatever length is required, will stop and destroy a 15,000-pound (66.7 kN) truck traveling 50 miles per hour (80 kph).
The DSC600 bollard modules also eliminate the major installation problems of traditional barriers caused by rough surfaces and turns. By simply staggering the DSC600 bollard modules, installers can provide protection to shallow underpinnings locales with uneven approaches and those with curves.
Delta's MP 5000 Portable Barricade (16 ft version) has passed full scale crash tests ASTM M30 and ASTM M40 on May 14, 2009. Read More >>>
Delta Scientific has pioneered pneumatic barricade systems with over 20 years of experience. We can and have provided pneumatic versions of many of our barricade systems and bollards. We recommend the use of Delta’s all weather pneumatics for moderate to low security applications that have high duty cycles and selected applications for high security needs. Considering power requirements as well as installation, operating and maintenance costs, Delta’s pneumatic bollards are 60 percent (60%) more efficient and cost-effective than electro-mechanical units. They are aesthetic, durable, flood-resistant and green; use low voltage and current draw; and provide up to 300 cycles per hour. Today, with budgets becoming more and more squeezed, customers needing all-weather, crash-resistant bollards and barricades are turning to pneumatic designs versus more expensive electro-mechanical devices.