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SB970CR Scimitar Security Bollard

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The SB970CR Scimitar Security Bollard provides a high level of security against unauthorised vehicle access without the need for an outwardly aggressive appearance.

A Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) solution designed to withstand direct impact forces in excess of 1,800 KJ, the bollard provides protection from extreme Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) attack to sites where aesthetics and public perception are a consideration.

Resillience SSF100CR Bollard

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The Resilience SSF100 Bollard is a super shallow foundation bollard, designed to provide stand-off hostile vehicle protection for infrastructure without the need for deep foundations.

With a structural foundation depth of just 100mm, the bollard offers the shallowest of foundations, whilst still providing a high level of protection against aggressive vehicle attack.

Physically tested in an array of 3 bollards to the IWA14-1:2013 impact testing standard using an N2A vehicle travelling at 64kmh (40mph), it is designed & constructed to be installed with the minimum of civil excavation, its unique arrangement options enable it to be a flexible and versatile security solution.

The bollard can be customised to blend into surrounding environments, with a variety of sleeve options, including stainless steel and ornate finishes. Ground finishes can include concrete, tarmac, block paving or crushed stone.


Scimitar Static Bollard

Scimitar Static Bollard

Scimitar PAS 68 tested Static Bollards provide a high level of security against unauthorised vehicle access without the need for an outwardly aggressive appearance.

Scimitar fixed bollards have been designed and physically impact tested to the BSI PAS 68 standard.

The static bollard range provides protection from a range of determined threats from vandalism to the extreme of a Vehicle

Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED), scimitar bollards are ideal to discreetly protect sites where aesthetics and public perception are a consideration.