Protecting airports, ports and transport hubs
Cargo areas within airports, ports and terminals can often be used to house dangerous substances – such as hazardous chemicals – and high value goods. These at-risk areas need a high degree of protection, to prevent acts of theft, sabotage, vandalism and terrorism.
Securiclad acts as a high security barrier to protect these areas, and can resist sustained attack from a range of high powered cutting implements, and tools such as sledgehammers and jig saws.
The system has achieved European EN1063 BR2 and BR3 certification, which means that the panels can withstand the firepower of a 357 Magnum calibre handgun: Securiclad can therefore provide additional protection to staff, which may be stationed in guard rooms at an airport or shipping port.
Securiclad is quick and easy to install, meaning that disruption (for example to a busy airport terminal) is kept to a minimum. It can also be retro-fitted to existing sites, and designed to be incorporated into an existing structure, such as a hangar or warehouse.
To read a recent case study showing how Securiclad can protect cargo areas, click here.