The barriers are lightweight, moveable and modular. They are designed to help non-lethal stopping of light vehicles up to 5,500 lbs (2,500kg), travelling up to 47mph (75km/h).
Non-lethal solution that helps stop vehicles and assist vehicular control – without destroying vehicle.
Modular Vehicle Barrier System – barrier units can be assembled to any length to create a barrier adapted to any road width and vehicle.
Can be used on any grounds and in any weather conditions – especially effective on rocky, sandy, rough grounds, etc.
Compact storage – when not in use, the barrier folds up to reduce its storage space and allows for an easy access.
HOW IT WORKS
Its specific L-shaped design can block and stop vehicles by shifting the vehicles’ horizontal momentum into vertical momentum. The barrier directs the momentum downwards into the ground in order to drastically reduce and terminate its forward momentum.
STOPS ALL TYPES OF VEHICLES
Commercial and private vehicles
Light commercial trucks
Small pack and transport of animals
Denying pedestrian access
THE MVB SYSTEM IS USED BY:
The United States Army, Navy and Marines
The US police force
The French police force
The Japanese army and police
The German police force
The Athens Olympic Games
Shipping companies around the world
The Prime Minister’s office of Israel
The Israel airport authorities
The Special forces around the world
Since 2003, thousands of units have been sold for combat zones and civilian use with no reported defects.
FAST AND EASY ASSEMBLY
The barrier is built in sections that are easy to assemble.
Anybody can assemble the barrier in just a few minutes without any special tools.
Material: Steel compounds (barrier’s main material is steel – ST52).
Each MVB unit can be connected to another through connectors, which allows for length adjustments in order to meet your needs.
Length: 40.9in (104 cm)
Width: 25.5in (65 cm)
Height: 30.3in (77 cm)
Weight: 48.5lbs (22 kg)
Rental and Leasing
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