“I have seen a few barrier systems over the years, but I liked the simplicity of SRN, Inc.’s well-constructed model."
United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 19 March 2015
SRN, Inc. (http://www.srn1000.com), the company that created a portable barrier system for concealing accidents, is furthering its mission to minimize rubbernecking by expanding internationally, most recently with a partnership with Crime Scene Investigation Equipment Ltd. in the United Kingdom.
Crime Scene Investigation Equipment (http://www.csiequipment.com) will be selling the SRN1000, a privacy screen and barrier used mostly for law enforcement that protects victims of accidents and their families from prying eyes. SRN, Inc.’s mission to end rubbernecking nationally has reached 27 U.S. states with over 250 units sold.
A Milton Keynes-based, family-run company, Crime Scene Investigation Equipment supplies and supports over 1,000 products and is constantly researching and developing new methods of forensic detection. It exports its products globally, with offices in India and the U.S. The company has been in business since 1989.
After visiting SRN, Inc.’s facility and reviewing the product, Crime Scene Investigation Equipment sales director Grahame Sandling, instantly liked the product and felt it was beneficial for his customers. “I have seen a few barrier systems over the years, but I liked the simplicity of SRN, Inc.’s well-constructed model,” said Sandling. “I also appreciated that they are customer focused and are a family business – like we are.”
The SRN1000 is an easy-to-use and durable barricade system that provides privacy, safety and security by quickly blocking and barricading accident scenes, restricted zones and hazardous areas from public view. Weighing in at approximately 60 pounds, the SRN1000 product fits into a wheeled carrying case about the size of a typical golf bag. The system uses a series of reflective lights and magnets to create a barrier that is 6.5 feet tall and 12 feet wide.
The U.S. family-run and -operated business proudly serves law enforcement, first responders, government agencies, medical examiners, hospitals, hotels and arenas. The SRN1000 has also been used for emergency management, crime scene investigation, military operations, disaster relief and traffic and crowd control.
SRN, Inc. products will be displayed at upcoming international trade shows, including ARABLAB in Dubai from March 23 – 26 and the Blue Line Expo in Ajax, Ontario from April 28 – 29.
About SRN, Inc.
The company was founded in Bradenton, Fla. Carl Cannova designed the SRN1000 with help from RoBrady, a design company in Sarasota, Fla. Cannova and his wife, SRN, Inc. CEO Tommie Cannova, have worked along with their son Phillip, vice president of sales, to reach new customers and find other departments that can benefit from the use of the portable barrier systems. For more information about the company and the SRN1000, visit http://www.srn1000.com or the company’s Facebook page.