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Car parks

Multi-storey car parks, underground car parks, private car parks, bicycle parks… Car parks are areas that require perimeter protection. Cars and bicycles must be protected from theft and vandalism. Access control is often required for payment of parking and for preventing unauthorised parking and cars from damaging the surroundings.

Multi-storey car parks

There are different areas in the multi-storey car parks that require perimeter protection products, automatic obstacles, or automatic bollards which control and regulate the access of cars. They are often connected to payment stations. Automatic doors which can be opened and closed at pre-programmed times can be used to prevent access to these areas when the car park is closed.

 
Multi-storey car parks must be protected against damages from cars. Guardrails and bollards prevent cars from damaging the structure of the building and other fixtures such as lamp posts. There are often areas where there is a risk of falling, e.g. open areas around entrances and between storeys. Such areas are protected by panel systems like Viking Guard, etc. where the building's architecture is also important.

 

Underground car parks

There are different areas in the underground car parks that require perimeter protection products, automatic obstacles, or automatic bollards that control and regulate the access of cars. They are often connected to payment stations. Automatic gates and doors which can be opened and closed at pre-programmed times can be used to prevent access to these areas when the car park is closed.

Underground car parks must be protected against damages from cars. Guardrails and bollards prevent cars from damaging the structure of the building and other fixtures such as lamp posts. There are often areas where there is a risk of falling, e.g. open areas around entrances. Such areas can be protected by railings and guard rails.

Private car parks

Unlawful parking can often be a problem at private car parks, and this is prevented by both automatic and manual barriers and bollards. There is often a need for perimeter protection around the perimeter in order to prevent damage to and thefts of cars parked in these areas. This is solved with security fencing with a deterrent effect.

Bicycle parks

Theft of parked bicycles and damage to them must be prevented and the latest concern about the environment among the general public has led to the increased use of bicycles as means of transportation. This is why safe and secure bicycle parks are required. The external perimeter is often protected by security fencing and access of unauthorised persons is prevented by turnstiles designed for access by bicycles and people simultaneously.