The airport fencing
Today, one of the most critical concerns of air transport industry is how to ensure the highest safety and security standards possible throughout airport’s facilities. An efficient, reliable and durable perimeter enclosure is the first, essential step to achieve this goal. FIBREFENCE is a range of technical fences specifically developed by Fibre Net Spa to cope with airport’s most demanding needs, the perfect solution to fence and protect airports sensitive areas surrounding ILS or Radars equipment and devices.
The airport fencing systems specialists
Choosing FibreFENCE means using an engineering consultancy service able to ensure:
Furthermore, the economic advantages deriving from the choice of PRFV, a light and durable material with almost zero maintenance costs, are also noteworthy. The best alternative to traditional materials.
Taking advantage of its deep experience in design and manufacture of FRP composite products, Fibre Net Spa developed FIBREFENCE, an innovative range of FRP fences, the best alternative to traditional enclosures.
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