Security fencing manufacturer Zaun has taken its first order for its HiSec Super10 system – believed to be the first single mesh to be certified to Security Rating 2.
Zaun will supply and install approaching 100m of the SR2-rated HiSec Super10 along with a series of Super10 gates for security systems integrator Reliance High-Tech for Affinity Water.
The £50,000 contract is Zaun’s first since Super10 was certified to LPS 1175 SR2 (certificate number 1164a/01) by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) and entered into Issue 7 of the Red Book.
Affinity Water insisted on SR2 fencing to surround four enclosures at two sites to the north west of London.
Zaun will install 4m-high blue-coated Super10 fencing to surround a water tower and electric sub-station and a similar-sized loading bay together with single and double leaf gates at one site.
Two similar enclosures made from 3m-high silver powder coated Super10 will go in at another water station nearby. Both sites will be completed by the end of March.
Reliance High-Tech is a leader security provider to Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) markets including water, power generation and telecommunications and delivered the biometric smartcard solution for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Affinity Water is the largest water-only supplier in the UK, providing 900m litres of water each day to 3.5m people across North West London and parts of the Home Counties.
To maintain accreditation and a listing in the LPCB Red Book (www.redbooklive.com), manufacturers must regularly demonstrate to independent auditors that they are producing products consistent with those tested. This gives the customer the guarantee that they are getting a secure and quality product.
Products approved by LPCB are rigorously tested for resistance to deliberate attack and play an important role in protecting people and property against physical attack, burglary, vandalism and terrorism.
LPS 1175 specifically covers the approval and listing of intruder resistant building components, strongpoints, security enclosures and free-standing barriers.