Anti-Ram Security Barrier

Miko Engineering’s anti-ram security hinged barriers are designed to be strong and hardwearing. Suitable for access control at schools, universities or other businesses.

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  • Standard Features:
    • Bespoke sizes and manufacture
    • Materials: 168ø main supports, with 100 x 80 SHS barrier arms, complete with anti-tamper bolts.
    • Method of fixing: Baseplate to concrete foundation or root fixed.
    • Galvanised to BS EN ISO 1461:2009 
    • Powder coated any RAL colour. 
    • Price on request

Reviews

We purchased a number of bespoke external bicycle and buggy storage units from MIKO last year for use by residents of our blocks of flats. The units are clad in timber so blend into the surroundings and are very well used by our tenants as an alternative to storing items in communal stairwells. The company were extremely pleasant to work with, keeping me informed throughout the design and installation stage. I have no hesitation in recommending them as we had an excellent customer experience, we will certainly be using them again in the future if another project should arise. – Elaine Walters, Broadacres Housing

I heartily recommend Miko Shelter Solutions – they have been like Ronseal and done exactly what they said on the tin!

I am writing to thank you for the work that Miko Engineering recently carried out at Oakfield Junior School where you installed an Alnwick Cycle Shelter and Scooter Rack. I have visited the school and I am very pleased with the quality of the work. I would also like to thank you for agreeing to complete the work in time for the school’s ‘Bike It’ activity week. The shelter and rack are already being well used. – Martin Kelly, Transport Strategy, Gateshead Council

Case Study

Abingdon Primary School

Miko Engineering regularly work with schools for a range of engineering needs including cycle shelters, entrance canopies and bespoke designs for playgrounds.   At Abingdon Primary School in Middlesbrough, they were looking to...

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