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GSI - Crash Barriers and Bollards
There are several applications of crash barriers. A few are: traffic control, high security, and the ability to have a true traffic check point. Wedge, bollard style, drop arm, and sliding gate crash barriers can be installed at a gateway and remotely controlled from a guard shack or directly at the check point. This allows security professionals complete control over who has access and who can leave a facility.
If you have ever seen one in action you know the tremendous benefit crash barriers offer to one's property. These structures are designed to provide a significant line of defense at the entrances and exits of high-threat facilities and are used at some of the world’s most sensitive locations. GSI can help you decide which barrier would be best for you application and can see through the process of installing and handling everything from beginning to end.
These structures are designed to provide a significant line of defense at the entrances and exits of high-threat facilities and have been used to great effect at some of the world’s most sensitive locations. Types of crash barriers can include:
Wedge Barriers | Bollards
| Crash Beams | Mobile Units
Automated Hydraulic Bollards:
Traditionally a three bollards /set system is required to secure an
access width of 12 – 16 ft. Properly maintained, hydraulic bollards may
be continuously operated for maximum access control conditions requiring
deployment of the system after each vehicle entry or exit.
Typical bollard applications include but are not limited to: Government agencies, military bases / barracks, law enforcement facilities, commercial office buildings, parking facilities, financial institutions, hospitals, public and residential driveways, correctional facilities, pedestrian areas, sport stadiums or wherever perimeter security and safe environments are priority.