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PAS 68 Bollards

PAS 68 bollards

 

About The PAS 68 Standard | Hostile Vehicle Mitigation

PAS 68 Bollards

Unfortunately, terrorism won’t go away. The UK government has recognised this with the introduction of its CONTEST counter terrorism strategy. PAS 68 bollards used to prevent unauthorised access of terrorist vehicles play an integral role in the prevention of attacks with explosives in crowded public spaces or buildings.

PAS bollards are also highly suitable for:
– deterring and delaying access by criminals to automated cash points outside banks and commercial premises
– prevention of vehicle “ram raid” attacks

Automate Anti-Terror and Security Bollards

Automate Systems recognise that security of the private and public urban environment is crucial in the fight to protect property and human life. Our range of anti-terror and security bollards is extremely effective in protecting areas where attacks by vehicles could wreak havoc and disaster. They also blend in unobtrusively in their surroundings.

Our range of PAS 68 barriers are designed and fully tested to meet the impact resistance criteria outlined in the standard for the maximum amount of energy a vehicle crash bollard has to withstand to prevent a vehicle going past it. Consequently, they have the ability to stop a vehicle weighing up to 7.5 tons and travelling at 50 mile per hour.

XPASS 800 Anti-Terror Bollard

K4 equivalent anti-terrorism bollard, based on dynamic simulation carried out by accredited third-party laboratory to international standards ASTM2656:2007 M30 – PAS68:2010 7500/50/N2.

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PAS 68 barriers vehicle crash barriers

MAIN FEATURES

Driven rod out of the ground Ø280 x h.800 mm (± 3 mm) x th.10mm, steel Fe 510 (S 335 JR) *
Buried structure 560 x 560 x h.1140 mm
Foundation Reinforced concrete
Excavation 1000x1000x1400mm
Break-in resistance 667 000 J
Driven rod treatment Cataphoresis and coating RAL7015 standard, other colour on request
Passive visibility Refl ective film H=100 mm **
Flange Cast iron, cataphoresis black
Top cover Cast iron, cataphoresis black
Actuator Hydraulic
Power 230 Vac ±10%, 50-60 Hz
Working time Rise time: ≤ 7.0 s (50 Hz)
Lowering time: 4.0 s (50 Hz)
Working temperature -40°C *** to +60°C
Operating humidity Up to 100%
IP grade IP67
Hand Operation

 

 

Interrupting the power off :
– Standard version: bollard will open.
– Security version: bollard will stay up.Lower the bollard by means of a solenoid valve which is accessible from the ground flange.
Weight including packaging 260 Kg

 

Electrical Specification

Control unit PERSEO CBD or PERSEO CBE
Power 1-phase 230 Vac ±10%, 50-60 Hz (115 Vac with optional adapter)
IP grade IP54
Working temperature -40°C to +60°C
Operating humidity Up to 95% non-condensing
Use Max. 4 for each control unit. Parallel control wiring possible for driving many groups of bollards
Power absorbed 0.55 kW for each bollard
Signalling (optional) On top with high intensity LEDs and buzzer
Sensors Open passage, Close passage (PERSEO CBE), Overpressure/Obstacle, Anti-tampering switch (option)
Local remote control – Digital inputs
– Radio remote control
– RS485, TCP/IP (option, PERSEO CBE only)

Reference Standards

PAS68:2010 7500/50/N2 ASTM2656:2007 M30 (sostituisce DoS/DoD K4) Machinery directive/Low voltage/Electromagnetic Compatibility Radio set (tested with the electronic control unit PERSEO CBD O PERSEO CBE


XPASS 1200 Anti-Terror Bollard

Crash-tested and certified by accredited third-party Laboratory according to IWA14-1:2013 V/7200[N3C]/80/90, equivalent to PAS 68:2010 7500/80/N3 and ASTM 2656:2007 M50 (ex K12, SINGLE bollard)

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security bollards vehicle barriers security

MAIN FEATURES

Driven rod out of the ground Ø330 x h.1 200 mm (± 3 mm) x th.25mm steel Fe 510 (S 355 JR) *
Buried structure 625 x 625 x h.1140 mm + 610 x 390 x h.567 mm
Foundation Reinforced concrete
Excavation 1500x1500x2000mm
Break-in resistance 2 100 000 J
Driven rod treatment Cataphoresis and coating RAL7015 standard, other colour on request
Passive visibility Reflective film H=100 mm **
Flange Cast iron, cataphoresis black double, separated for hydraulic pump access
Top cover Cast iron, cataphoresis black
Actuator Hydraulic
Power 230 Vac ±10%, 50-60 Hz
Working time Rise time: ≤ 5.3 s (50 Hz)
Lowering time: 4.0 s (50 Hz)
Working temperature -40°C *** to +60°C
Operating humidity Up to 100%
IP grade IP67
Hand operation Bollard will stay up even in case of power loss and can be released manually if required
Weight including packaging 650 Kg

 

Electrical Specification

Control unit PERSEO CBD or PERSEO CBE
Power 1-phase 230 Vac ±10%, 50-60 Hz (115 Vac with optional adapter)
IP grade IP54
Working temperature -40°C to +60°C
Operating humidity Up to 95% non-condensing
Use Max. 2 for each control unit. Parallel control wiring possible for driving many groups of bollards
Power absorbed 1.55 kW for each bollard
Signalling (optional) On top with high intensity LEDs and buzzer
Sensors Open passage, Close passage, Overpressure/Obstacle, Anti-tampering switch (optional)
Local remote control

 

– Digital inputs
– Radio remote control
– RS485, TCP/IP (only PERSEO CBE, optional)

Reference Standards

IWA14-1:2013 V/7200[N3C]/80/90; PAS 68:2010 7500/80/N3 ASTM 2656:2007 M50 (replaces DoS/DoD K12) European Machine Directive/European Low Voltage Directive/European EMC Directive Radio set (tested with the electronic control unit PERSEO CBD and PERSEO CBE)


PAS 68 Barriers Standard

PAS 68:2013 is the current applicable standard covering “Impact test specifications for vehicle security barriers”. The standard establishes the performance criteria for security installations protecting a location’s perimeter. An integral part of the standard consists of “frontal” vehicle impact tests based on independent testing carried out by approved third party testing organisations.

anti terror bollardsThe performance of PAS 68 bollards are assessed by engineers managing crash tests using a range of criteria and measures. The ultimate pass/fail measure is whether a vehicle has been stopped. The crash tests enable products under test to be classified by the level of security they can provide.

PAS 68 helps designers and installers of security product ensure that security projects will be fit for the purpose they are intended for ie perimeter protection.

Automate PAS 68 barriers are now being extensively used in the following typical locations:

  • public and government buildings
  • airports
  • military bases
  • embassies
  • border crossings
  • prisons
  • nuclear power stations
  • ammunition storage facilities
  • oil and chemical complexes
  • manufacturing facilities
  • businesses eg car dealerships
  • warehouses
  • banks
  • jewellers
  • entertainment venues

The UK PAS 68 standard specification for vehicle security barriers is now being adopted across other continents including: Africa, the Far East, Middle East and Europe.

Purchase – PAS 68:2013 Impact test specifications for vehicle security barrier systems

Hostile Vehicle Mitigation

The use of vehicles as a weapon can range from aggressive attacks from terrorists and criminals to simple vandalism. A vehicle’s mobility and weight bearing potential provides a weapon in itself or as a convenient means of deploying a huge bomb. Therefore it is important that security system designers and installers can assess the security vulnerabilities of a vehicle borne threat, identify and deploy suitable measures to mitigate such threats.

See more here – https://www.cpni.gov.uk/hostile-vehicle-mitigation

Download – Centre For The Protection Of National Infrastructure: Integrated Security Guide

Effectiveness Of Vehicle Security Barriers

Vehicle security barriers design and quality of manufacture will have a significant impact on their performance when it comes to stopping a heavy vehicle travelling at speed.

However, not only is a barrier’s effectiveness at halting a vehicle greatly affected by the mass and velocity of the vehicle impacting it, the barrier’s design and the quality and consistency of its manufacture and installation will also greatly affect its performance.

That is why the UK government introduced PAS 68 with support from security consultants, vehicle test laboratories and manufacturers of security barriers in order to determine an effective method of establishing whether vehicle crash barriers will provide the necessary protection against attacks using vehicles.

Vehicle Crash Barriers Selection Guidance

PAS 68 has a complementary standard, PAS 69:2013 which provides a guide about the selection of security bollards and other measures designed improve installation security against vehicle attacks.

Purchase – PAS 69:2013 Guidance for the selection, installation and use of vehicle security barrier systems

See our standard bollard range here.