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With products from automatic barriers to bollards and pedestrian control gates, Frontier Pitts' collections meet international and British standards including the Anti Terra Hostile Vehicle Mitigation range

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Frontier Pitts, a British manufacturer of security gates, automatic barriers, rising and static bollards, road blockers, pedestrian control gates and turnstiles, has successfully impact tested to the International IWA14 and British PAS68 specifications its Anti Terra Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) range.

From the UK headquarters in Crawley, Sussex, Frontier Pitts can provide a complete range of services including design, free site surveys, manufacture, installation and maintenance, spares, repair, refurbishment and full project management. As both the manufacturer and supplier, maintenance is an integral part of the equipment. The company's range of maintenance contracts is designed to suit individual site requirements and include response times of just four hours. Accreditations include ISO 9001, Secured by Design, CHAS and Safe Contractor and PSSA (Perimeter Security Suppliers Association) verified.

Frontier Pitts product ranges include the IWA14 and PAS68 Anti Terra and the Heavy Duty Security collection. Its in-house engineering team can adapt its standard ranges to offer bespoke solutions to suit specific applications and fixed tender specifications. Current impact test programme enables the company to bring new products to the market while staying ahead of the competition. Its products secure some prestigious sites internationally and in the UK, including the Houses of Parliament. It provides Terra equipment for the London 2012 Olympics

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For more information and technical support visit: www.frontierpitts.com

 

Contact:

01293 422800

sales@frontierpitts.com


 

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