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Heavy Duty Automated
Description
Heavy duty automated bollards offer a medium security vehicular access control solution. They lie flush to the road when lowered and rise to a pre-determined height in approximately four seconds. They can be operated by a wide range of access control systems and offer a more aesthetically sensitive solution to access control, whilst still providing a formidable visual barrier. Heavy duty automated bollards are ideally suited for use in medium security situations, for example, industrial and commercial sites, vehicle lane control, walkways or car parks.
Complete Integrated Security Systems
By using access controlled automated bollards, it answers a wide range of threats, but it is only one aspect of the security provisions you should consider. By integrating access controlled automated bollards with other security systems, it is possible to greatly increase the level of protection provided. Access controlled automated bollard can be intelligently linked to other systems including ANPR, CCTV surveillance and intruder detection, giving a complete integrated security system.

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Manual Bollards
Description
There are three different types of manual bollard, removable, fold down and telescopic. As their name suggests, you manually raise and lower the bollard and it is secured in place by either an integral lock or pad lock. These bollards are best utilised in areas that have lower security access control requirements, for example, car parking spaces or loading bay doors.

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Static Bollards
Description
Static bollards are available in a endless array of shapes and sizes designed to suit virtually any situation. They are also manufactured from many types of materials including mild steel, cast & ductile iron, polyurethane, concrete, recycled plastic and timber. With the exception of ductile iron or ‘anti ram’ bollards, which are used, as an example, in front of cash points and shop fronts, static bollards mainly serve as area demarcation in minimal security areas. Due to the varied nature of static bollards, they are used everywhere, for example, plain galvanised mild steel on an industrial estate, stainless steel in front of a contemporary building, right through to ornate cast iron on a historic street.

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