Ballistic concrete fencing from Superior Concrete

Superior Concrete Products, a North-Texas-based manufacturer of precast concrete fence and barrier products, has launched Superior Ballistics, a product that strengthens and reinforces fencing for use by electric and gas utility substations, business owners and other security-minded consumers.

This new proprietary feature doubles the strength of its solid barrier and fence panels, making them impervious to close-range fire from high caliber ammunition.

“Today, security is an issue for many businesses, and protecting valuable equipment and personnel is a major concern — especially for utility companies,” said Todd Sternfeld, founder and president of Superior Concrete Products.

“With recent attacks on electrical substations in California and Arizona, protecting the nation’s power grid is a top priority for utility executives and government officials. And, at SCP, we recognized that the time had come to develop a new type of security fencing – one that fit seamlessly into the environment, yet engineered and designed to withstand the force of close-range fire arms without looking like a military bunker.”


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