MAKING WAVES WITH DEFENDER PALISADE

 MAKING WAVES WITH DEFENDER PALISADE

Lochrin Bain’s Defender SL3 product is continuing to make waves in the water utility sector and is impressing industry experts with the unique patent pending design.

Lochrin Defender Palisade is an innovative high security palisade fencing system designed and developed by Lochrin Bain. After undergoing independent attack tests by BRE the patent pending design entered into the Red Book Live, successfully achieving LPS1175 C5 (SR3) rating.
The unique construction has been designed to ensure a minimum delay time of at least five minutes and has been tested to defeat a range of attack methods including both hand tools and power tools.
It’s ideal for protecting assets on sites including water utility sites, oil and gas compounds, data centres and other sites of critical national importance.
This new fence design uses Lochrin Bain’s expertise in manufacturing to offer the industry a high security fencing system that uses only 10 fittings per panel. It can rake over 700mm per panel and is supplied in loose kit form for ease of transportation, site movement and installation.

The Defender design has no pale to rail fixings for maximum security whilst no specialist tooling or training is required for installation making it a firm favourite with installation teams.
Lochrin Bain Commercial Manager Stephen Russell commented: “Working on a product from initial concept and following it through the full R&D process through to testing by the team at LPCB is an exciting part of the job and excellent way to learn about your products and their unique advantages and selling points.
“Watching the professionals try to take apart your work with a selection of power tools can be daunting and every minute of the attack test seems like a lifetime. Seeing the product achieve the desired certification makes it all worthwhile and then witnessing it being installed on sites across the UK is a proud moment for all concerned,” added Stephen.

www.lochrin-bain.co.uk

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