|Procter Fencing Systems will be on Stand 121 at the Counter Terror Expo 2011 |
Procter Fencing Systems will be on Stand 121 at the Counter Terror Expo 2011, which takes place at Olympia, London, from 19-20 April 2011. With over 100 years' experience in fencing and gates, Procter Fencing Systems possesses unrivalled expertise in the design, manufacture and installation of high-security perimeter fencing and gates, together with associated access controls, electric pulse systems and sophisticated monitoring systems.
Visitors to Stand 121 can see examples of Procter Pro-Mesh high-security welded mesh panel fencing, high-security palisade and other designs of weldmesh fencing. In addition, the company will be exhibiting its comprehensive yet competitively priced range of Pro-Glide powered sliding gates, and powered and manually operated swing gates.
As an authorised installer of the Harper Chalice PulseSecure and PulseSecure PROTECTOR systems, Procter Fencing Systems will also be displaying these electric pulse systems that can be installed on new fences or retrofitted to existing fences, and the Harper Chalice FenceSecure fence-mounted perimeter intrusion detection system.
Procter Fencing Systems also supplies and installs acoustic and radar cables, infrared detection, virtual fences and CCTV, and the supply and installation services are backed up by full technical support and site surveys. The company, which is a Secured by Design Licence Holder, is therefore able to provide virtually everything required for high-security perimeter protection.Fencing experts will be on hand to discuss requirements for particular sites and for protecting against diverse risks. Although fencing may seem to be straightforward, it is actually a complex matter to specify the optimum package of fencing, gates and associated security measures that will provide the right level of protection without being prohibitively expensive.
Counter Terror Expo 2011 will focus on barriers and fencing used in perimeter security
Procter Fencing Systems is experienced in supplying and installing perimeter security for airports, ports, prisons, utilities, military establishments, government premises and other areas with high threat levels.
Anyone interested in perimeter security can also request a CD containing the Procter Fencing Systems 'Guide to High-Security Perimeter Protection', a 'Fencing Selector' and two White Papers entitled 'Safety requirements for powered sliding gates' and 'How to specify sliding gates.'
On the first day of the Counter Terror Expo, Jeremy Procter, the Managing Director of Procter Fencing Systems, will present a Paper entitled 'Physical Barriers for Perimeter Security', in which he will discuss identifying weaknesses in perimeter security, selecting the right type of fencing, managing access for vehicles and personnel, and technologies for detecting intruders. This Paper will be delivered at 15:45 on 19 April as part of the 'Perimeter Protection and Intrusion Detection' workshop.