Case Studies


Bespoke Roller Barrier Installation Overcomes Hurdles

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Bespoke Roller Barrier Installation Overcomes Hurdles


A recently completed Roller Barrier installation has demonstrated how a custom-designed support support system overcame some significant barriers. A school was experiencing worrying problems due to people climbing onto their flat rooftops where they were putting themselves at risk and possibly causing damage to the roof structure. The school contacted their local authorities to get help in dealing with the problem and Insight Security was consulted regarding an appropriate anti climb solution. Being a school environment a totally non-aggressive, harmless anti climb barrier was essential to ensure the safety of any students who might attempt to climb onto the roofs....

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Google Street View Reveals Roller Barrier Reliability

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Google Street View Reveals Roller Barrier Reliability


Google Earth is a great educational and research tool, quickly developing to become the most widely used and respected geographic information system (GIS) software available today. Launched in 2007, Google Street View is a feature of both Google Earth and Google Maps. Initially the facility was available for only a small number of cities in the United States but this rapidly expanded to provide street level panoramic views from cities, towns, villages and rural locations around the world. In this post we have collated a collection of Google Street View images showing Roller Barrier installations carried out from as far...

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Roller Barrier Shipping for USA Correctional Installations

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Roller Barrier Shipping for USA Correctional Installations


Ensuring both prisoners and staff are kept safe and secure in USA correctional facilities is a primary requirement. Corrections agencies are required to exercise their duty-of-care by taking every necessary precaution to keep people safe and secure. With over 2.3 million people locked up in state prisons, federal prisons, local jails and elsewhere, ensuring safety and security is clearly an enormous challenge. Climbing Risk One of the many challenges faced by prison staff and those who work in correctional institutes is the risk caused by climbing. If structures exist which can be climbed then sooner or later they will be....

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Roller Barrier Prevents Damage from Freerunners

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Roller Barrier Prevents Damage from Freerunners


Freerunning or Parkour was officially recognised as a sport in the UK back in October 2016. Popularity has been growing worldwide much in the same way that skateboarding did in the USA back in the 1960s. The exciting sport has developed from being an almost unknown underground niche activity to a mainstream, professional sport attracting skilled exponents who use their talents as stuntmen in popular films such as: X-Men: Apocalypse.  What is Free Running? Free Running is related to Parkour, but there are differences. Parkour is french, the word being derived from ‘parcours’ meaning ‘route’ or ‘course’. It was originally called...

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Roller Barrier at UK Children's Centre

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Roller Barrier at UK Children's Centre

Read how this UK children's centre has used Roller Barrier to provide anti-climb security around their buildings and on their external equipment.

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