Antiterrorism bollards tested and certified (crash-tested) by an independent body according to standards IWA14-1:2013 V/7200[N3C]/80/90 and PAS 68:2010 7500/50/N2 crash simulated (formerly K12 and K4, single bollard).
Independent side hydraulic pump for each bollard: in case of a control unit failure the other bollards remain functional, whereas maintenance operations are facilitated.
Bft recognizes that the security of public and private urban environments is essential to safeguard people and property. Impact resistance is the first parameter used to assess the entire category of anti-terrorist bollards, since it estimates the maximum energy this type of bollard is able to withstand to stop a vehicle driven into it. Bft anti-terrorist bollards are extremely effective in places with high risk of vehicle attack, since they are able to stop a 7.5 ton vehicle travelling at a speed of 80 km/h. Another important factor is the bollards' ability to fit in unobtrusively with the surroundings.