SecureUSA Increasing Security Releases Highly Effective Sidewalk Bollard

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SecureUSA, Inc., the leading provider of perimeter defense solutions, released a third version of its Sidewalk Bollard with a 15,000 lb. @ 50 mph crash rating.

SecureUSA, Inc. released the anticipated third version of its Sidewalk Bollard. The newest version of the Sidewalk Bollard has a higher crash rating, 15,000 lbs. at 50 mph. With the addition of the new version the Sidewalk Bollard now comes in 15,000 lbs. @ 30, 40, and 50 mph crash rated versions for all different security requirements and scenarios. The new version of the Sidewalk Bollard was recently tested by Adapt Technologies, Inc.

SecureUSA, Inc. has been developing the Sidewalk Bollard series since the first of 2006. The innovative security bollard carries the same crash rating as traditional deep foundation bollards, however the Sidewalk Bollard can be installed in sidewalks with shallow excavation. The Sidewalk Bollard needs only a 9-inch foundation in most cases. The new Sidewalk Bollard series is allowing many "at risk" facilities in metropolitan areas to install bollards as a perimeter defense solution to protect their facilities against aggressors and terrorists. SecureUSA's Director of Sales, Russell Claybrook, stated, "The Sidewalk Bollard series is helping corporations and agencies protect their facilities in urban areas that otherwise were not being adequately protected." The newest version of the Sidewalk Bollard is now available throughout North America.

About SecureUSA, Inc.

SecureUSA, Inc. is the leading provider of perimeter defense solutions. SecureUSA's capabilities include the manufacturing of innovative vehicle barrier equipment, perimeter defense design, project installation and maintenance services. Our focus is to develop reliable, esthetically pleasing and cost effective perimeter defense solutions and products that protect facilities against asset loss of damage. SecureUSA's leading product lines include crash rated bollards, vehicle barriers, street furniture, gates, fencing and perimeter detection equipment.


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