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Avon EB950CR Armstrong Security Barriers provide a high level of protection where central roadway foundations are not possible / practical. Designed to complement the Avon Barrier range of Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) solutions, the EB950CR PAS 68 impact tested barrier can withstand direct impact forces in excess of 720 KJ, the barrier provides shallow mounted protection to sites from extreme Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) attack.
Developed by our in-house engineering team using the Company’s significant historical expertise in rising arm barrier solutions coupled with the experience of impact resistance theory, the EB950CR is a highly dependable security product that will easily interface with a wide range of control equipment. Assembled in our fabrication facilities using heavy gauge materials to give maximum strength and durability. The EB950CR is a traditional looking control barrier with the benefits of high level physical protection.
The EB950CR has been independently physically tested in a number of full scale crash tests conducted in accordance with PAS 68 by the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL).
The EB950CR is an electro-hydraulically operated rising arm barrier with arm widths of up to 4.5m span . The barrier arm sits 1 m above the roadway and is supported by 2 side support frames. During impact the arm slides into a locked position protecting the main drive mechanism from damage. Raised/Lowered back indication signalling can be provided to enable remote monitoring of the barrier status on a real time basis (optional).
The hydraulic power pack is controlled by a programmable controller enabling connection of virtually any access control to the rising arm barrier. In the event of power failure a manual pump is provided to ensure operator control is maintained.
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Avon Barrier are specialist in hostile vehicle mitigation and traffic control systems
Avon Barrier are specialist in hostile vehicle mitigation and traffic control systems, today we are global exporters of impact tested Vehicle Security Barriers (VSB) as defined by the UK’s Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI). Testing of our road blockers, traffic control barriers, bollards and gates is rigorous and has included impact testing to the internationally recognised standards PAS 68, IWA 14-1 & ASTM 2656.
Avon Barrier was originally formed by a group of engineers over 25 years ago, all of whom had considerable experience in the design and development of vehicle control systems. In our formative years, parking and security barrier systems were our core products, however with the rise in terrorism in the 1990’s we realised that higher levels of security were required and assurances that our barrier and blocking systems could withstand or mitigate the damage of a possible hostile vehicle attack. This lead to our first road blocker physical impact test in 2004, which was carried out in conjunction with the UK Government, these first physical tests using a large vehicles (trucks) driven at speed into a blocking system led to the formation of PAS 68, which is a British Standards Institute, Publicly Available Specification. For further information see our Certification & Testing.
Our aim is a simple one – to provide a comprehensive solution to our clients, in the field of vehicle and pedestrian control.
We are an ISO 9001 accredited company, and set high standards of professionalism in our approach to providing solutions to our clients’ needs, we have gained an enviable reputation for quality design, project management and system implementation.
With thousands of projects successfully completed worldwide, we have established a network of global partners and have a wealth of experience in exporting, installing and supporting our international projects.