This location in southern Florida decided to use the 6 of our SM38 barriers and recessed them into the roadway by removing a layer of paviing stones that had a solid base underneath. In addition to our Stop Do Not Enter signs they also used our DO NOT ENTER stencil to give motorists an additional warning.
In 2009 we were contacted by a Golf and Country Club in British Columbia, Canada. The business had been broken into on several occasions with thousands of dollars of property stolen. A chain was placed across the driveway however thieves just drove through it using a stolen vehicle. Roadshark International supplied a surface mounted spike barrier with a latchdown mechanism which allows golf course staff to lock the blades down during business hours. No further break and enters have occurred.
Surface mounted traffic spikes in use at a high security site in the U.S.
In March 2008 Roadshark worked with a local contractor to provide Surface mounted one-way tire spikes to the City of San Diego, for an exit-only driveway at a beach parking lot. The Roadshark surface mounted tire spikes were engineered to survive excessive salt and sand conditions. Despite several warning signs the Roadshark surface mounted barriers did the job.
In Feb 2008 Roadshark supplied surface mounted traffic spike barriers to a gated community in California where wooden gate arms had been driven through by armed criminals on more than one occasion.
In 2007 Roadshark supplied a system of above-ground traffic spike barriers for a Canada Customs location where vehicles were bypassing a checkpoint by going against a one-way vehicle traffic lane.
These units proved durable and survived a constant line of semi-trucks (going in the right direction.)
Gated Community. Roadshark International supplied one-way surface mounted spike barriers to a gated community in the U.S. to control traffic for an exit-only roadway.