Trident Security Devices

TSD Security Bollard

Trident Security Devices’ TSD Security Bollard, K12 model, is in compliance with the ATSM standard as a L3/K12 Retractable Security Bollard, without exception or limitation. The recent crash test was completed using a single bollard, rather than a three-bollard setup, which is the usual testing method. When multiple TSD bollards are installed in a line, each individual bollard, or any combination, can be programmed to operate separately from the others as opposed to the existing method of one drive unit for the entire line.

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