ICAO compliant frp fences for sensitive areas
FibreFENCE fencing systems are available in several models designed to satisfy different needs. They are all suitable to serve as external perimeter fence or internal facilities enclosure. On top, they all meet ICAO safety and frangibility prescriptions (ref. Aerodrome Design Manual, Part 6, Frangibility, 1st Edition 2006) and Aerodrome Design/Operations, Volume I, 4th Edition July 2004 airport infrastructures recommendations. All fences are supplied complete with radio-transparency, resistance to UV rays, and frost-defrost cycles certificates. Thanks to inherent great durability, maintenance is likely reduced to zero, with great economic benefits in the long term. FibreFENCE systems design can be tailored to comply with eventual Civil Aviation Authority additional specifications, often different from country to country. Furthermore, all FibreFENCE fences can be equipped with most popular intrusion detection systems on the market.
Airport fencing systems
|STEEL||WOOD||THERMO PLASTIC||F.R.P. FIBREFENCE||HIGH PERFORMANCE||MEDIUM PERFORMANCE||LOW PERFORMANCE|
|RADIO TRANSPARENCY||No interferences neither with landing aids devices (ILS) nor with Radars.|
|FRANGIBILITY||Strong enough to avoid intrusions, but fragile enough to reduce damages to airplanes in case of out-track landing.|
|VISUAL INTERFERENCE||Ease surrounding areas supervision, improve visual safety/security.|
|WILDLIFE INTRUSION CONTROL||Differential fence mesh size to prevent small wildlife intrusion without affecting on costs and visual interference.|
|ELECTRICAL INSULATION||Maximum passive safety in case of installations close to power stations or power lines.|
|MECHANICAL RESISTANCE||Resistance-to-weight ratio way better than steel.|
|CORROSION RESISTANCE||Suitable to face the worst environmental conditions, heavy rain, snow or moisture.|
|UV RAYS RESISTANCE||Strong UV resistance thanks to special additives added to matrix recipe.|
|HEAT RESISTANCE||Very low heat dilatation and deformation even at highest environmental temperatures.|
|INITIAL INVESTMENT||Low cost compared to other radio-transparent fencing solutions. Simple and fast installation.|
|MAINTENANCE COSTS||Maintenance likely unnecessary, lifespan virtually unlimited.|
Fencing system range
Flexible mesh fence, light but sturdy, to be assembled on site
Pre-assembled panels fence, ready to be installed on site
Monolithic grating fence, unparalleled resistance-to-weight ratio
Radio-transparent & frangible gates and crash gates
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