By controlling the movements of vehicles entering and leaving the area, unauthorized entry / exit
electrical barrier designed to prevent them from exiting
Usage areas of Sigma Road Blocker system:
At the entrance and exit control points of military and security institutions,
Airports, prisons, factories, school, and site
In locations where controlled transitions such as
Security by slowing down and stopping the vehicle in holding, company, hotel, shopping mall parking lots.
It can be used by institutions or organizations to take precautions.
Why Sigma Road Blocker?
It is portable.
Excavation and cork barriers such as hydraulic and bollards for ground installation
No construction work is required.
In case of emergency, very fast assembly/disassembly operations can be performed.
It is much more economical than similar barriers (hydraulic and cork).
Due to its modularity, its width will suit your needs.
can be increased/decreased.
It takes up little space during transport and can easily carry 2 people.
It is a crusher and shredder for the vehicle that is not allowed to pass at the checkpoint.
Optionally, it can also be used for deceleration at entry/exit points.
In case of maintenance or malfunction, it can be intervened on site.
They are very easy to maintain.
Sigma Road Blocker has an aesthetic stance compared to similar barriers.
The vehicle hitting the Sigma Road Blocker pushes the barrier forward with its bumper. When the barrier is pushed forward, with the force of the vehicle, the hidden breaker piles at the bottom of the barrier cause serious damage to the front of the vehicle, namely the main engine and walking organs (such as undercarriage, front gear, engine crankcase, tires and wheels), then when the crusher piles are at an angle of 90°, the vehicle If it still hasn't stopped, Sigma Road Blocker locks itself and the bump rises from the sub-chassis, deflects the front of the vehicle up to 1m and hits the ground, causing great damage to the vehicle and stopping the vehicle safely.
"Sigma Road Blocker Stops."