Heavy-duty security against ram raids

Australian Bollards is committed to providing products and services of high quality that consistently exceeds our customers’ expectations. 

Australian Bollards provides two outstanding anti-ram raid solutions that will help protect your business. These solutions are Australian Bollards Anti-Ram Raid Access Control Removable Key Lockable Bollard (the AB-CDKL90-Y), and the Extra Heavy Duty – Anti-Ram Raid High Impact Energy Absorbing Removable Bollard (the AB-CDKL90-EHD-Y).

Manufactured and designed in Australia, these removable bollards are key operated to assist in protecting, combating and preventing Australian-wide theft. Although ideal for securing warehouses where a roller door is present, the bollards can also protect any retail, industrial, commercial, high performance, shopfronts, entry/exit doors, and Automatic teller machines (ATM’s) scenarios. 

Both the AB-CDKLY90-Y and AB-CDKL90-EHD-Y are perfect for managing vehicle access to high risk areas, security zones, architectural and industrial environments, public areas, roadway access points, driveways, parking areas, streets, roads, side streets and laneways. 

Another option that customers can look into is the Security Edge Master Key System. Designed to keep you secure for years to come, it’s flexibility and compatibility makes it an ideal option that can be interiorised with Australian Bollards Anti-Ram Raid Access Control Bollards. 

Pairing these two systems together creates the ultimate security option for your business. This product will ensure extra security to other places such as homes, shops, schools, hotels, hospitals, restaurants, construction sites and apartment complexes.

Australian Bollards anti-ram bollards are key lockable, fully removable and designed with customer needs, and are more easily installed with a user-friendly operation.

For more information on our Anti-Ram Raid protection solutions, contact us on +613 9459 3488 or visit our website.


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