Monday, September 30, 2013

Electric Fencing - Success Is In The Detail

Electro-Fence
Any site that requires high security needs to look closely at the options for intruder detection and deterrent. A holistic system incorporating electric fencing, detection sensors, cctv management and remote monitoring is the ideal solution but the key to the success of any such system is in the detail.

So what do we mean by 'detail'?
Well, first of all you need evidence of:
a) proven reliability of each component in the security system;
b) proven experience of the system supplier;
If you read our case studies and client quotes pages you will find re-assurance in both these areas.

However, we think it goes beyond that. Many years of research and development lie behind each individual system component so any company or organisation thinking of investing in effective perimeter security should ensure they have a clear understanding of what's on offer by asking questions. We here at Advanced Perimeter Systems are always happy to receive questions because it means that a customer is thinking seriously about the options available. Moreover, it means that with the faith we have in our security products and their proven track record, we know we have an excellent opportunity to convert that enquiry into a sale.

Here are just some of the kind of questions we get asked about Electro-Fence™ our electric fencing system which currently services sites as diverse as prisons, military bases and power plants.

1. Is the electric fencing safe?
2. Is it expensive to run?
3. With electric fencing, is there a problem when it rains?
4. What type of fencing can it protect?
5. Can it be installed on top of a wall instead of a fence?
6. Can it be operated in extreme temperatures?
These are just a few of the FAQ we receive and you'll find the answers on our perimeter security faq page.

Questions can also be answered by accessing technical data so we also offer a variety of free pdf downloads to help you. Here are 2 examples relating to our electric fencing system:

Electro-Fence Key Features - a summary of the key elements important to understanding the product.

Flexitop -  Unique to our company, this is currently installed in several reactor sites for BNFL.

NOTE: If you would like to read more about how Electro-Fence is helping British Nuclear Fuels and other power stations just click here.

Interested in receiving a quotation for Electro-Fence? Click here to download our quote requirement pdf today. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Electric Fencing Saves A Wild Life

Saving wildlife is something that everyone is interested in today, indeed some are passionate about the subject and rightly so, given the increasing numbers of endangered species on the planet.

We would like to think that we play our part in this, albeit a relatively small one with our security systems used by zoos and wildlife parks to protect their often rare animals and birds against theft, attack and vandalism. You can read more details on this by visiting our Wildlife Security blog post from back in 2009.

Lions figure amongst the animals in a wildlife park where our systems were installed so it was with great interest that we read a fascinating news article this week - about how a white lioness was saved by, of all things, an electric fence!

One of game Ranger Ken Whyte's photographs
showing the electric fence in the background

To see a white lion is in itself a rarity and for a photographer to have the opportunity of 'snapping' one close up is even rarer. Add into the equation the drama of a fight amongst rival lionesses and you have something extremely rare!

At the Kruger National Park in South Africa, game ranger Ken Whyte had his camera available when he saw a white lioness, who had become separated from her own pride, attacked by 5 lionesses from a rival pride. It looked as if it would be the end for the rare white lioness until one of her attackers brushed against part of an electric fencing system. The lioness jumped back in shock and in so doing distracted her co-attackers for an instant, allowing the white lioness the chance of a quick escape .... and escape she did. With apparently only minor injuries, she fled back to her own pride.

We have always said that electric fencing can be an effective deterrent - but usually it's against human activity, not wildlife brawls! Click here to read the full story and see the series of Ken Whyte's amazing photographs of the white lioness under attack before her incredible escape.

Interested in learning more on how to help save wildlife? Visit the WCS website.

Interested in learning more about effective electric security fencing?
Visit our Electro-Fence™  page which also offers a video presentation and pdf download.

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