Portable planter barricade

October 2002 Access Control & Identity Management

Delta Scientific's new stainless steel Portable Planter Barricades can be quickly employed to protect facilities and people from both errant and terrorist vehicle attacks. "The new portable planter barricades provide facilities and security managers with yet another simple, effective way to protect their organisations from vehicles, which by accident or plan, can threaten lives," reports David Dickinson, Delta Scientific senior vice president.

"The planters are shipped empty, placed into position and filled with concrete at their desired location. They are not attached to the roadway and can be moved or re-arranged to meet changing access requirements. They can be used to close off an unused access point or strung together to provide barriers as long as needed." The stainless steel planter barricades are architecturally pleasing, durable and easy to maintain. They also complement the stainless steel decorative bollards that Delta Scientific provides to facilities such as the US Department of State headquarters.

"In today's heightened security climate, organisations want to block vehicle access to their facilities from all sides as quickly as possible," Dickinson adds. "With our portable planters, they can position the barrier, fill it with concrete, add flowers or other vegetation and have defence against errant vehicles within a single morning."

For more information contact David Dickinson, Delta Scientific, david@deltascientific.com





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