A wide range of facilities faces potential threats from errant drivers, car-crashing thieves, or truck bomb attacks. Delta Scientific barricades are effective at neutralizing these threats, protecting both the facilities and the people that occupy them from serious harm. However, what happens when you need protection quickly, or the site is not conducive to the installation of a traditional barrier? We have you covered in these scenarios as well with surface-mounted barriers such as the DSC1200.
In the last couple of years, there have been significant online attacks against critical infrastructure in the United States that have led to shortages, price hikes, and other disruptions of everyday life. If bad actors were to launch a physical attack against infrastructure, it could be even more devastating. Delta Scientific offers a range of security products that can protect critical infrastructure facilities.
How would an intruder try to break onto your property? Chances are, a trespasser would try to get in the same way legitimate visitors do, by attempting to use the access points. Because a security system is no stronger than at its weakest point, fortifying the entryways to your property is of crucial importance. A sliding gate for your entryway offers many advantages. Here are some reasons why you should consider a sliding gate in general and one from Delta Scientific in particular.
You may have seen scenes in movies or on television in which the bad guys are trying to get away, and it seems as though they might succeed in making their escape, but then they run over a set of traffic teeth while going the wrong direction. Their vehicle disabled, they cannot go any farther, so the good guys catch up with them and save the day.
The first Nuclear Security Summit was held in 2010 with the goal of securing all vulnerable nuclear material worldwide within four years. Since that time, countries that store nuclear materials have made great progress, but the challenge of securing them has proven difficult to overcome despite three subsequent Nuclear Security Summits at two-year intervals. Securing nuclear weapons and materials is a top priority for the United States, and Delta Scientific products may have a role to play in safeguarding the facilities where the materials are stored.
There are two different types of bollards. Originally, a bollard was a post installed into the shore alongside a wharf to allow sailors to tie up boats and ships. The word is still used in this respect, but because ships of today tend to be much larger and made of heavier materials than the ships of the past, the bollards have to be much sturdier and stronger. Testing bollards to make sure they can stand up to the stress is important.
Many barricades, including some of Delta Scientific products, are permanent installations that require building deep foundations. However, these devices are not always practical. Fortunately, we offer alternatives to better suit your needs, such as the DSC1425 Surface-Mounted Barricade.
Press Release January 11, 2020 Delta Introduces 16-Foot ‘Open Frame’ Vehicle Barrier 16-Foot DSC550 Meets New ASTM F2656-20 Standard at M50/P1 with -1.1 Foot Penetration DSC550-16 Pre Test DSC550-16 After Impact FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PALMDALE, CALIF. – January 11, 2020 – Delta Scientific, the leading manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems used in the United […]
me may have gained more prominence over the past year. Here is a look at the top security threats of 2021 and how our products may help with some of them.
You have a lot invested in your company in terms of tangible assets and human resources. Physical security is crucial to protect your assets and maintain the safety of your employees. Of course, you face virtual security threats, such as ransomware attacks, that may negatively affect both you and your employees. Nevertheless, however serious it may be, a cyber attack against your company is unlikely to result in violence, injuries, and death. Therefore, physical security absolutely has to be one of your top priorities. Here are some tips for keeping you and your employees safe and your physical assets secure.