Our Microphonic detection PIDS system (Perimeter Intrusion Detection System) detect an intrusion through a building wall or ceiling.
The internally mounted system can be deployed simply and quickly to the internal wall or ceiling of a building and connected directly into the local alarm system to provide a prompt warning of attempted intrusion to then enable rapid and proportionate response.
Heras systems are effective in diverse range applications from commercial and industrial areas to Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) sites.
Purpose made solutions to match your requirements
Our tried and tested Grade 3 Alarm rated impactor system has been used in warehouses, jewelers and many other establishments that have high value contents. One of the main benefits of this system is that internal racks and equipment can be mounted very close to the wall once our system has been installed, thus optimizing valuable floor space for our clients.
Standalone detection is just one aspect of our complete perimeter protection offering. Our experts develop new ways to install and integrate security solutions all year round for the benefit of your site be it buildings, grounds or larger complexes. Get in touch with us to find out about our offering which includes full integration of detection devices, camera systems, access solutions with new or existing demarcation and entrance control that can be operated how you choose.
Bespoke security advice is on hand. Contact any Heras regional office to talk to a specialist today. Don’t just take our word for it, book an appointment at our unique Experience Center. Our experts can show you our solutions so you can see which best fits your needs.
Heras can provide a full solution. Our experts can calculate the cost of detection systems alongside other perimeter products. You can request a quote from us at any time.
Physical perimeter protection is best explained as systems and technologies designed to protect people and assets within a defined area by preventing unauthorised physical intrusions.
The primary defense is the perimeter boundary for which we designed the Heras Security Model. This model serves 5 goals: to demarcate the boundary of the premises, to deter, delay and detect unwanted intrusion and to deny access for unauthorised parties.