VEHICLE ACCESS CONTROL SOLUTIONS

Delta Scientific Corporation is the World Leader
in High Security Bollards & Vehicle Barricades

Delta Scientific has been engineering and manufacturing vehicle access control equipment and selling its products worldwide since 1974.

With both mechanical and electrical engineers on staff, Delta is able to aggressively pursue custom projects and new technology. The 260,000 square feet of manufacturing space allows Delta Scientific to meet the increased requirements and demands of its continually growing domestic and international customer base.

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DSC550 Open Frame Vehicle Barrier

New Product Spotlight

Delta Scientific Introduces New DSC550 ‘Open Frame’ Vehicle Barrier

The new DSC550 high speed, high security, very shallow foundation barrier is Delta’s fastest, smallest and shallowest foundation barricade, created especially for high speed actuation and simple installation.

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DSC2000 Wedge Barricade | Delta Scientific Corporation

Wedge Barricade DSC2000

With its extremely shallow foundation and aesthetic design, the DSC2000 is a major breakthrough in high duty, anti-terrorist barricades. It obviates the concerns of interference with buried pipes, power lines and fiber optic communication lines. The DSC2000 is perfect for high water table locations and areas with corrosive soils. The ten-inch shallow foundation also reduces installation complexity, time, materials and corresponding costs.
Stadium Security & Protection | Delta Scientific

Portable Barrier MP5000

The MP5000 is designed as a towable, rapid deployment vehicle barriers. Installation and setup can be achieved in less than 30 minutes. The MP5000 is available with clear openings of 12’, 16’, and 20’ and carry crash ratings up to M40/K8. Simply plug in standard 120v power to the battery operated HPU and you are ready to run. Don’t fret if no power is available as these units can run strictly off the optional solar panel if necessary.
DSC720-Security-Bollards-Mercedes-Benz-Stadium | Delta Scientific

Bollard DSC720-1M

Delta Scientific’s new DSC720-1M security bollards, created to stop taller trucks such as those found in Europe and the Middle East from tumbling over anti-terrorist crash-proof bollards, stopped a 15,000 pound (66.7 Km) flatbed truck impacting at 50 miles per hour (80 kph) with only a 0.5 meter penetration of the vehicle, creating an M50, P1 ASTM rating.
DSC7000 Beam Barricade | Delta Scientific Corporation

Beam Barricade DSC7000

The DSC7000 K12crash rated beam barricade is used worldwide at locations where wide roadways need to be secured from attacking vehicles. It provides protection between 12- to 20-foot wide with options to 30 feet (3.7 to 9.2 m). The 725-pound beam of the vertical lift barricade stops a 15,000-pound (66.7 kN) vehicle traveling 50 mph (80 kph) dead in its tracks, equivalent to 1.2-million foot-pounds of kinetic energy.

Product Support

Delta Scientific is also the leader in post-installation support. The Product Support Division is composed of dedicated, highly experienced technicians who have installed, maintained, and serviced hundreds of barrier systems throughout the country and around the world at U.S. Military Bases, Nuclear Facilities, U.S. Embassies, Private Buildings, and other government facilities.

Security News

What Airports Can Learn From the Cleveland Airport TSA Security Breach

Airports are not fortresses. That’s what the chief of the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport said after the perimeter breach in the early morning hours of Feb. 3, 2019, when a yellow SUV approached the airport from the west side, crashing through an unattended chain-link gate. The vehicle apparently came to rest in a snowbank, where…

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