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June 8, 2021

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The Video Surveillance Report 2022

IFSEC Connect

Jacksons Fencing showcasing LPS 1175 physical barrier solutions at IFSEC Connect

Attendees to IFSEC Connect throughout June will be able to visit Jacksons Fencing virtual booth and book a meeting with the team to find out more about the company’s range of certified physical barriers.

Solutions encompass everything from acoustic barriers that are certified to LPS 1175; reducing noise and withstanding attacks, or welded mesh panels combined with timber slats to provide a strong fence with a natural appearance and added privacy.

Jakoustic Class 3 is an LPS 1175 C5 rated acoustic barrier, which is capable of withstanding attacks from tools including a short axe, chisel, gas torch, and crowbar. It also reduces noise by up to 28dB, and offers excellent privacy and security with its completely solid, anti-climb profile, according to the manufacturer.

The team will also be showcasing its timber acoustic barrier that has been CE/UKCA marked as a whole system as compliant with the requirements of EN 14388:2005, the harmonised standard relating to traffic noise reducing devices. For an acoustic barrier to be correctly CE marked it must be tested as a whole system rather than each of the components individually tested and then put together.

Linebacker PNR is the company’s post and rail style vehicle security barrier, which with its timber appearance, is said to provide ultimate discretion and protection from vehicle attacks.

Additionally, Jacksons has a wide range of PIDS which provide accurate and efficient detection of intruders attempting to cut, climb, or vandalise the fence upon which they are mounted.

All of Jacksons Fencing’s steel and timber products come with a 25-year guarantee, with an additional 25-month guarantee for automated products.

Attendees can book meetings with any of their security advisors, all of whom specialise in different products and can help you with your requirements or offer general security advice for your projects.

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