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PRE-SENSORIZED FENCE
FOR CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES

INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY FOR
THE SECURITY OF RAILWAY NETWORKS
AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES

thewall.new YORK fences have been designed to protect critical infrastructures from possible risks and threats.

Combining several patented perimeter detection systems, there will be no false alarms for the detection of intruders.

OUR OWN DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Exclusively designed structure and mesh folding to prevent sabotage and climbing.
  • A set of perimeter analysers designed with our own technology to monitor and transmit different alarm signals covering several detection zones.
  • Patented technology used for the anti-jump sensor which minimizes false alarms  and provides consistent detection around the perimeter without requiring regular re-calibration.
  • Compatible with multiple sensors available on the market which can be integrated into a single communications network.

PERIMETER PROTECTION SOLUTION

  • Sensor devices and electronics integrated into the fence design to reduce installation and integration costs.
  • The fence is ready to pipe in all electric and communication wires from origin to avoid additional channelling on site.
  • Sensor devices are camouflaged and hidden in the actual fence.

MAXIMUM PROTECTION

  • No false alarms on intrusion detection.
  • High density mesh ready to detect cuts or destruction.
  • Anti-jump alarm system.
  • Posts ready to install video surveillance systems.

STURDINESS AND DURABILITY

  • All parts are galvanized and coated with enamel to protect them against corrosion and ensuring durability.
  • Electro welded steel mesh highly resistant to impacts.

PRE-SENSORIZED

  • Sensors to detect cuts are readily installed in the fence and are an integral part of the product.
PATENTED SECURITY SYSTEM BASED ON SENSORS WITH NO FALSE ALARMS.
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PANEL CHARACTERISTICS

Construction Electro-welded structure in rectangular mesh of C9D steel wire according to EN10016-2 standards, strengthened with 5 folds
Mesh size 12.7mm wide
76.2mm high
Panel size 2.5m long between posts
2.5m high above ground
Thread size
Ø 4 mm vertical
Ø 4 and 6 mm horizontal
Treatment Galvanised UNE-10244 class D
Minimum 60g/cm² zinc plating
Granulometry 100-110µ. electrostatic dust paint
Assembly M8x30 screws
Grower washers
Spanner nuts

PILLAR CHARACTERISTICS

Construction 2.5mm thick SR323JR sheet steel
Pyramid side and rectangular front U profile trunk
Pillar size
2500mm high
250mm x 240mm base
Pillar cover 3mm thick SR323JR sheet steel
2500mm high
Treatment 10-15µ galvanisation according to UNE-EN ISO 2081
Electrostatic industrial enamelling
Granulometry 100-110µ. electrostatic dust paint
Assembly Ø10x120mm Zn expansive bolts

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ANTI-JUMP SENSOR

Detection system By adjustable pressure
Continuous along entire perimeter
Detection signal
Potential free contact
Assembly Modular assembly, fitted directly onto the fencing profile
Module interconnection Direct
Connectivity with CRA GSM / GPRS / Ethernet
Detection zone length Adjustable. Maximum recommended 250m per zone
Electromagnetic immunity  Yes
Immunity to wind, vibration and animals Yes
NAR 0%
Alarm activation event Horizontal pressure against the upper rubber profile or vertical pressure on the profile itself during attempts to breach the fence

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ANTI-CUT SENSOR

Detection system 4 lines of detection via electrical circuit break
Continuous along entire perimeter
Detection signal
Potential free contact
Detection zone length Adjustable. Maximum recommended 250m per zone
Connectivity GSM / GPRS / Ethernet / RS232
Electromagnetic immunity Yes
Immunity to wind, vibration and animals Yes
NAR 0%
Alarm activation event Physical cutting of the electro-welded structure of the fence

REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS

Certified test (APPLUS)

Verification of the anti-jump alarm system
Electro-welded mesh traction tests mounted on screwed pillars
Verification of the alarm system
Behaviour in the event of random human action
Behaviour in the event of cutting
Behaviour in the event of jump attempt
Traction tests
Perpendicular failure load at centre of the panel: 19 KN
Exposure to the elements in warm-hot climate
Verification of the anti-jump alarm system

Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres (ENAC)
Saline mist test according to UNE-EN ISO 9227:2007

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