Delta Scientific

HC2055 anti-terrorist barrier

HC2055 Anti-terrorist Barrier

Delta Scientific announced their new HC2055 anti-terrorist barrier. In an experiment, the electromechanically controlled anti-terrorist barricade decisively stopped a 15,000 pound test vehicle traveling at 51 miles per hour. The HD2055 barrier not only stops the vehicle but also contain any explosives on board. The new HD2055 barricade features an easy-to-install shallow foundation with an environmentally-friendly electromechanical actuator which utilizes a sophisticated cam design that accelerates and de-accelerates the barrier road plate during raising and lowering. This reduces the lifting and closing force down to zero at the end of each stroke, dramatically increasing the life of the lifting mechanism.


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