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Fencing for Ports

Fencing for ports or Maritime fencing is the first line of defence around any port, harbour, or marina. Each one offering its own set of challenges, but still with the overarching aim of keeping people safe whilst also providing an acceptable level of security.

With a high level of goods from around the world being transported by sea, ensuring the port is safe and secure is paramount. Protecting the ports from piracy, smuggling, trespassing, trafficking, theft, vandalism, unauthorised access, fishing and sailing.

Marine Coating

Marine coating is a non-specific term generally used to describe a powder coating system that is considered suitable for fencing installed in coastal areas or areas subjected to high levels of industrial pollution with high humidity and aggressive atmospheres.

The name alone has no specific technical definition, so buyers/specifiers need to be careful to get what they expect. For example, one manufacturer may supply standard powder coating with an increased film thickness and describe it as “Marine”; another may apply a two-coat (duplex) system with additional film thickness. The latter would be considerably more expensive and, if specified and applied properly, much more effective at extending service life. Zaun recommends Duplex systems, and when we talk about Marine coating, that is what we mean.

Latest Port News

Zaun Rapid Deploy System (RDS) family extended

“Zaun RDS Original” was introduced in 2012 and has since been widely used at major events throughout the UK.  It was a pioneering product providing a surface mounted, rapid deploy fence that was properly resistant to the natural elements and a malicious attack.  Now, in 2021, Zaun is expanding the family with the RDS StrongHold

Zaun uplifts SR range to latest BRE standard

High-security perimeter systems manufacturer Zaun has uplifted all of its Security Ratings (SR) range to the latest certifications from the Buildings Research Establishment (BRE). BRE has revised its SRs to Loss Prevention Standard (LPS) 1175 as certified by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) and listed in their Red Book. The latest revision of LPS1175

Fencing in Oman with Partners Rimal Global Group

One of the world’s premier high-security perimeter protection integrators have struck a partnership agreement to better access growth markets in oil, gas and military in the Middle East. British-headquartered perimeter protection Zaun Group has partnered with the Rimal Global Group in Oman. Rimal Global group focuses on engineering, procurement, contracting and construction for renewable energy

Original temporary electric fence now deploys even faster

The original anti-vehicle rapid-deploy temporary electric fence system – first used in tandem on the London 2012 Olympics – is now even quicker and easier to roll out with a pre-configured ‘ends’ to pulse-protected ‘zones’. Three leading names in perimeter security have collaborated to incorporate the new temporary electric fence technology into the established SecureGuard HVM

Latest Port Blogs

4 of the best uses for mesh fencing

While mesh fencing may be one of the most basic forms of fencing, it also has some of the most diverse uses, being suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. These uses range from industrial to residential and tends to be considered a very durable and reliable choice. Mesh fencing can be manufactured and designed

Is There A Security Fencing Requirement for your premises?

You may consider security fencing a requirement only used by large enterprise sites and major events like the Olympic Games. Still, this solution can be necessary for a wide range of premises. For example, if you have concerns about security at your business or any other kind of property that you own, high-quality security fencing

What specific measures should an integrated security solution include?

There is no doubt that security fencing is still a very effective way of keeping any site safe. To give the very best protection to large or vulnerable sites, it is wise to adopt an integrated approach. This means bringing together a range of individual security measures into one integrated whole. The key is to

Does your boss need convincing about the value of fencing? Focus on these 4 reasons

Running a business is difficult. Profit margins can often be tight, and it routinely requires great levels of effort and exertion to break even, so it makes sense that some business owners will want to limit spending as much as possible. However, such an approach could be detrimental in both the short and long term,