Depending on the circumstances, both portable barriers & permanent structures have benefits & disadvantages. Before opting for one choice over the other, here are a few things to consider when planning your perimeter. Contact Delta Scientific to learn more about how these devices can help both secure important areas.
The best kinds of safety systems are the ones that you never need to use, but when they are put to use, no matter what kind of impact your equipment has undergone, be it an attack or accident, proper removal and cleanup plans need to be in place. Contact Delta Scientific today to learn about effective maintenance and cleanup strategies, as well as advice on the best products for your security needs!
Delta Scientific today announces that a truck crashed into a DSC600 bollard protecting the Tallahassee Old Capitol ground on June 13, 2019. The vehicle went no further than the bollard itself, stuck on top so well that it took two other trucks to remove it.
The security bollard is an effective & cost-efficient way to regulate traffic flow & prevent vehicular egress. Permanent bollards designed for ongoing protection or temporary structures meant as a placeholder. However, what is meant to be temporary can become permanent solution to a problem that has long since passed.
Delta Scientific, the leading manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems used in the United States and internationally, today announced that, on June 3, 2019, that a Delta DSC501 high security barricade stopped a stolen vehicle when the driver tried to ram through an entrance gate at Mayport Naval Station. When he gunned his engine and attempted to enter, the security staff activated the vehicle access barrier which popped out of the ground preventing access.
While it’s important to prepare for attacks and incursions, security planning has to take every-day issues that traffic control safety systems face and pedestrian safety into account as well. Employees, students and visitors traverse every area on foot at some point, and vehicle-related incidents are inevitable. The goal is to keep accidents to a minimum while still being prepared for major security issues.