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Advanced Security Technologies

MVB3X Used as Emergency Barriers

In an emergency, seconds matter. It’s vital for first responders to be able to immediately take control of the situation when they arrive on the scene. That’s why Advanced Security Technologies offers a wide range of products that make this possible, including modular vehicle barriers that double as emergency barriers that help officials gain control of the situation. This system is designed to be easy to assemble and dismantle, allowing for quick deployment when and where you need them. 

There are many reasons why our barricades are superior to other options. The number one explanation for why our clients choose us is how simple deployment is. A single person can assemble, link, or dismantle a unitof our modular vehicle barriers to create emergency barriers in under 60 seconds without the need  of any tools. Unlike other modular systems, our barricades are available with sequential lights. These flashing lights keep responders safe by informing others about how to navigate around the area successfully and quickly. 

When these barriers are put to the test, they’re the best in the business. Our modular vehicle barrier products have enough stopping power to halt a 7.5-ton truck. These are a nonlethal solution for stopping vehicles and assisting with vehicular and pedestrian control.  

Advanced Security Technologies also carries several other accessories that help ensure your emergency barriers remain in good working order. For example, our sequential lights help direct traffic around the area. We also carry trailers to quickly and easily transport the barrier system to wherever you need to go. And when they aren’t in use, our lockers keep them safe from the elements.  

No matter how long you need to keep them in place, our modular emergency barricades can handle the situation. We offer solutions that work for all our clients. For more information on any of the products in our catalog or to place an order, give us a call today! 

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