Rekul Ltd designs and manufactures anti-ram blockers
Road blockers are intended to control access to secure facilities, government offices, power plants, court buildings, penitentiaries, oil and gas plants, and manufacturing sites. Road blockers we produce have been used all over Russia – from its southern parts with heat rising to +40°C to northern areas where temperatures drop below -45°C: everywhere the blockers have performed nothing but excellently.
We keep on improving the road blocker design. The product range includes hydraulic blockers that can be geared into working position in a matter of seconds; manual blockers capable of operating in the field without any utility connection. The primary anti-ram model is electromechanical blocker – a reliable cost-effective solution with maximum ease of installation requiring no specialist skills. A number of design solutions we developed have already been replicated by other manufacturers – disappointingly, without observing proper quality and manufacturing process requirements.
As an anti-ram blocker we also offer units that prevent vehicle passage by damaging individual parts of the vehicle and/or creating a psychological barrier with minimal deterring effect; this suits the purpose of controlling access to areas without stringent security requirements: car parks, private ground, areas with temporarily restricted entry, and the like..
Anti-ram blocker can be interfaced to a security system and come in the shape of a barrier fitted with all essential identification and warning elements: arm barrier, reflectors, signal lights, acoustic alarm, warning signs.
Most common modification of a road blocker knowт as ПОКАТ, or ‘Road Vehicle Stopping Point’, is intended to obstruct road vehicle passage by completely destroying vehicle suspension and making its further movement impossible.
More rugged road blockers stop a vehicle in front of the blocker, preventing even large debris from getting into the area. These anti-ram blockers rise to a height of up to 1.2 meters, with the moving element weighing from 1.5 tons and the total weight of several dozens of tons, concreting included.