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Raptor is an Anti Scaling Barrier ideal whenever additional security is required around buildings and facilities. It is built as a cost effective solution to deter vandals and other unauthorised access to premises and dangerous installations. It's design consists of a series of multi-rotational spiked modules revolving on a central shaft to provide an unstable barrier for any who try to climb over.

Vandgard offers Raptor's anti-climbing solution and recommends it for being strong, durable and corrosion resistant. The installation of the product is also very simple and cost-effective, making it ideal wherever you need security fencing at affordable prices.

The Raptor Anti Scaling Barrier is made of fire resistant and high impact durable plastic, making it heat resistant and corrosion resistant. It is most commonly attached to walls, pallisade fences, mesh fences, wooden fences and building and also used to replace barbed and razor wire.

 

Raptor's security fencing is Ideal for use at:

  • Hospitals
  • Factories
  • Swim Centres
  • Power Stations
  • Train & Bus Stations
  • Schools
  • Car Parks
  • Sports fields
  • Shops/supermarkets

 

Technical Specs:

Raptor Anti Scaling barrier is a freely multi-rotating anti-scaling barrier manufactured from high impact nylon and assembled onto a tough 16mm diameter Stainless Steel tube. The brackets are galvanized to BS729 and the Standard Assembly Packs come ready to install 1.00 meter of Raptor Anti Scaling.

Support brackets are needed on every 2.00 meters of Raptor.


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