The benefits of barriers

Security barriers go a long way to providing an extra layer of security to prevent the opportunistic thief from entering your business or residential premises.

There are a range of barriers out there to suit most premises, each with their own features to suit the purpose. Here we offer a rundown of the three main types of security barrier.

clip_image002Automatic barriers

These can generally be found in car parks, using a rising arm to regulate and restrict vehicle access, and are ideal for residential or commercial areas. Control of the automation can be managed by security guards on site, CCTV for visual verification, proximity cards or tokens to allow only verified personnel, or simply via a push button. More on automatic barriers.

Height restrictor barriers

clip_image004Height restrictive barriers provide an ideal solution for the prevention of high vehicles entering unauthorised car parks. Suitable for warehouse, construction sites, garages, buildings or any facilities with restricted access, these barriers will deter larger transit vehicles from entering premises illegally.  More on height restrictor barriers.

Manual barriers

The manual barrier provides a more cost effective solution for commercial or industrial premises, helping with parking control, traffic management or securing premises. clip_image006Controlled by a security guard, the manual barrier is also good for areas where power is not readily available. These can then be locked into position during opening or closing hours.  More on manual barriers.

With property crime accounting for 70% of all police recorded crime this year, read more on crime against business premises and ways to prevent it.

Gateway Automation can provide free, no obligation quotes and feasibility surveys for your premises to assess your security requirements, contact us here.

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