Product Information Designed as a visual and physical deterrent, the Heras Broughton 950 Shallow Foundation Road Blocker is designed to prevent penetration of the security by unauthorised vehicles. Impact Tested at the Motor Industries Association (MIRA) using a 7750kg ballasted truck at a speed of 80.0 km/hr and achieved a classification equivalent to RB 7500.80/P21.0/D25 using a […]
Designed for situations where it is imperative that unauthorised vehicles are stopped or where barriers do not provide a high enough deterrence.
Our Blockers are available in a wide range of sizes, or can be customised utilising the latest CAD techniques for any specific application very quickly, without compromising the reliability and longevity of a standard, proven design.
The range includes units for cost effective parking control applications, through to units for high security military sites and embassies. The higher specification models are designed to withstand large impacts while remaining operational.
Our years of experience helps to minimise installation time and site disruption. Blockers utilise proven designs and the highest quality materials to provide ultra reliable service, year in, year out.
• Standard widths from 1.5m to 4m can be customised to any specific dimension. • Above ground control unit houses hydraulic and electronic systems for ease of maintenance. • High quality polyester powder coated frames, conservatively rated drive systems for long trouble free life. • High safety margin crash ratings; minimises down time and damage should impact occur. • All units accept loading of all road approved vehicles. • Programmable control system for complete flexibility can control vehicle detection loops, traffic light systems, interface to any access control system, remote transmitter systems, crash through/emergency systems, etc.. • Continuously rated; no limit to the number of operations per house; designed to operate successfully on the highest throughput sites. • Design uses a ‘cast-in’ concept to eradicate mounting/maintenance problems over the long