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The products listed here are not necessarily all the available products of this nature that are available in the HVM marketplace but those that are included here have all had their performance claims checked prior to listing.

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Palisade Fence

in HVM Security Fences

Test passed:
BSI PAS68:2010 V/2500[N1G]/48/90:0/0

Tested by:
TRL Ltd

Supplier:
Barkers Engineering

BSI PAS68:2010 V/2500[N1G]/48/90:0/0

2500: Weight in KG.

N1G: 4×4 Pickup type vehicles 

48: Speed in KPH (30MPH)

90: Impact angle of test in the horizontal plane, between the intended impact face and the approach path of the test vehicle intro the test item.

0.0: The penetration of the vehicle is measured from the original position of the REAR face of the equipment

0.0: Where major debris landed beyond the original position of the rear face of the equipment.

Palisade Fence

in HVM Security Fences

Test passed:
BSI PAS68:2010 V/7500[N2]/48/90:3.5/0.0

Tested by:
TRL Ltd

Supplier:
Barkers Engineering

BSI PAS68:2010 V/7500[N2]/48/90:3.5/0.0

7500: Weight in KG.

N2: Vehicles designed and constructed for carriage of goods & having a maximum mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 12 tonnes.

48: Speed in KPH (30MPH)

90: Impact angle of test in the horizontal plane, between the intended impact face and the approach path of the test vehicle intro the test item.

3.5: The penetration of the vehicle is measured from the original position of the REAR face of the equipment

0.0: Where major debris landed beyond the original position of the rear face of the equipment.

3m Cedar

in HVM Rising Arm Barriers

Test passed:
BSI PAS68:2007 V/7500[N2]/48/90:0/0

Tested by:
TRL Ltd

Supplier:
TSP Projects Ltd

BSI PAS68:2007  V/7500[N2]/48/90:0/0

7500: Weight in KG.

N2: Vehicles designed and constructed for carriage of goods & having a maximum mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 12 tonnes.

48: Speed in KPH (30MPH)

90: Impact angle of test in the horizontal plane, between the intended impact face and the approach path of the test vehicle intro the test item.

0: The penetration of the vehicle is measured from the original position of the REAR face of the equipment

0: Where major debris landed beyond the original position of the rear face of the equipment.

Guardian Roadblocker

in HVM Road Blockers

Test passed:
ISO IWA 14-1:2015 V/7200[N2A]/80/90:0.4

Tested by:
HORIBA-MIRA Ltd

Supplier:
ATG Access

ISO IWA 14-1:2015  V/7200[N2A]/80/90:0.4

7200: Weight in KG.

N2A: Vehicles designed and constructed for carriage of goods & having a maximum mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 12 tonnes.

80: Speed in KPH (50MPH)

90: Impact angle of test in the horizontal plane, between the intended impact face and the approach path of the test vehicle intro the test item.

0.4: The penetration of the vehicle is measured from the original position of the FRONT face of the equipment

SPK12 Static Bollard

in HVM Bollards

Test passed:
ISO IWA 14-1:2015 V/7200[N2A]/80/90:0.0

Tested by:
HORIBA-MIRA Ltd

Supplier:
ATG Access

ISO IWA 14-1:2015  V/7200[N2A]/80/90:0.0

7200: Weight in KG.

N2A: Vehicle is 7.5 Tonne European specification type vehicle.

80: Speed in KPH (30MPH)

90: Impact angle of test in the horizontal plane, between the intended impact face and the approach path of the test vehicle intro the test item.

0.0: The penetration of the vehicle is measured from the original position of the FRONT face of the equipment.

Stealth Automatic Bollard

in HVM Bollards

Test passed:
ISO IWA 14-1:2014 V/7500[N2A]/80/90:2.4

Tested by:
TRL Ltd

Supplier:
ATG Access

ISO IWA 14-1:2014  V/7500[N2A]/80/90:2.4

7500: Weight in KG.

N2A: Vehicles designed and constructed for carriage of goods & having a maximum mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 12 tonnes.

80: Speed in KPH (30MPH)

90: Impact angle of test in the horizontal plane, between the intended impact face and the approach path of the test vehicle intro the test item.

2.4: The penetration of the vehicle is measured from the original position of the FRONT face of the equipment.

SPK12R Removable Bollard

in HVM Bollards

Test passed:
ISO IWA 14-1:2015 V/7200[N2A]/80/90:0.7

Tested by:
HORIBA-MIRA Ltd

Supplier:
ATG Access

ISO IWA 14-1:2015  V/7200[N2A]/80/90:0.7

7500: Weight in KG.

N2A: Vehicles designed and constructed for carriage of goods & having a maximum mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 12 tonnes.

80: Speed in KPH (50MPH)

90: Impact angle of test in the horizontal plane, between the intended impact face and the approach path of the test vehicle intro the test item.

0.7: The penetration of the vehicle is measured from the original position of the FRONT face of the equipment.

Centurion Shallow Foundation Static Bollard

in HVM Bollards

Test passed:
ISO IWA 14-1:2014 V/7200[N2A]/80/90:1.9

Tested by:
HORIBA-MIRA Ltd

Supplier:
ATG Access

ISO IWA 14-1:2014  V/7200[N2A]/80/90:1.9

7200: Weight in KG.

N2A: Vehicle is 7.5 Tonne European specification type vehicle.

80: Speed in KPH (50MPH)

90: Impact angle of test in the horizontal plane, between the intended impact face and the approach path of the test vehicle intro the test item.

1.9: The penetration of the vehicle is measured from the original position of the FRONT face of the equipment

Sensorfence HVM Barrier

in HVM Security Fences

Test passed:
ISO IWA14-1:2013 V/7200[N2A]/64/90.6.9

Tested by:
HORIBA-MIRA Ltd

Supplier:
Heras

Supplier Link:
https://www.heras.co.uk/

ISO IWA14-1:2013 V/7200[N2A]/64/90.6.9

7200: Weight in KG.

N2A: Vehicles designed and constructed for carriage of goods & having a maximum mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 12 tonnes.

64: Speed in KPH (40MPH)

90: Impact angle of test in the horizontal plane, between the intended impact face and the approach path of the test vehicle intro the test item.

6.0: The penetration of the vehicle is measured from the original position of the FRONT face of the equipment

9.0: Where major debris landed beyond the original position of the rear face of the equipment.

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