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Sloan Hydraulic Drop Arm Barrier, M30/P1

Sloan Hydraulic Drop Arm Barrier, M30/P1

HD-8030

Sloan Hydraulic Drop Arm Barrier, M50/P2

Sloan Hydraulic Drop Arm Barrier, M50/P2

HD-8050

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Drop Arm Barriers

Sloan's certified technicians specialize in the safe installation and maintenance of crash-rated Drop Arm Barriers. Choose from both M50 and M30-rated configurations.

Drop Arm Barrier Crash Ratings

Securing crash-rating certifications for drop arm barriers is essential, encompassing stringent testing protocols to evaluate their performance and resilience in diverse collision scenarios. These tests carefully consider variables such as vehicle speed, penetration depth, and structural integrity, replicating real-life accidents for experts to analyze occupant protection.

A crucial component of this certification involves controlled collisions at varying speeds, offering valuable insights into the crashworthiness of drop arm barriers. Assessments diligently scrutinize how protective elements absorb and disperse impact force, ensuring the overall structural integrity of the barriers.

Drop Arm Barriers: Hydraulic vs Electric

Drop arm barriers are praised for their robust force, making them suitable for high-security settings. However, drawbacks include slower operation, intricate maintenance, increased energy consumption, higher installation costs, and potential environmental considerations.

In contrast, electric drop arm barriers are known for rapid operation, meticulous control, easy installation, and adaptability, excelling in scenarios requiring Emergency Fast Operation (EFO). Despite these advantages, electric barriers may have limitations like potentially lower force, reduced durability in extreme conditions, dependence on electricity, and a possible environmental impact.

Compare Vehicle Barriers

Vehicle barriers primary function is to impede unauthorized vehicles from entering or exiting a property, thereby thwarting potential acts of violence or other criminal activities.

For many years, both passive and active vehicle barriers have been employed. Each type serves distinct purposes for installation. Typically, a blend of both passive and active barriers is deployed around the perimeter of a property to enhance security measures.

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