Our W beam barrier is a roadside guardrail system suitable for containing, redirecting and shielding vehicles from roadside obstacles. Used along roadsides and highways, preventing vehicles from exiting the road way.
The Sentry Barrier TL-4 ThrieBeam System is a roadside Thrie-beam guardrail system suitable for containing, redirecting and shielding vehicles from roadside obstacles.
The MASH compliant MAX-Tension™ TL-3 tangent end terminal, with Sabertooth technology, features the next level of impact performance and an ultra-slim design.
The ACP Sentry Median Barrier W Beam System is a roadside w-beam median guardrail system suitable for containing, redirecting and shielding vehicles from roadside obstacles.
The MAX-Tension™ TL-2 tangent guardrail terminal, with Sabertooth™ technology, features the next level of impact performance and an ultra-slim design.
The Sentryline – M® Wire Rope Terminal End is used to anchor the high tensioned four-cable Sentryline – M® Wire Rope Barrier and features a unique assembly of trigger post, deflection post and connecting rail for added safety during end-on motor vehicle impact collisions.
The Sentryline – M® Wire Rope Barrier is a high-tension cable barrier, with an accompanying terminal end, designed and tested for full compliance with MASH (2016) levels TL-3 and TL-4.
The Redirective, Non-Gating, Universal TAU-M Crash Cushion is designed to meet MASH TL-3 and TL-2 testing requirements in a compact, partially reusable design.
The ABSORB-M™ is a non-redirective, gating, crash cushion designed to meet the latest test standards defined in the Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH), Second Edition, 2016. The ABSORB-M™ system utilizes Tension Straps, a Midnose, a Transition, and water-filled Element Assemblies (Elements) to absorb kinetic energy and safely contain or control the penetration trajectory of impacting vehicles.
The first MASH TL4 certified roller crash barrier in the world. The KSI Global Safety Roller Crash Barrier is a barrier system ingeniously engineered to prevent fatal injuries by firstly absorbing shock energy and subsequently converting that shock energy into rotational energy.