Posted February 11, 2016

Ross Exhibits at ASIS Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition in Dubai

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Ross Technology is addressing high-risk security threats by showcasing its innovative Architectural and Perimeter Security product lines during the 7th annual ASIS Middle East Security Conference and Exhibition, February 21-23, 2016 in Dubai.

Ross Perimeter Security products being featured at the show include the Anti-Ram Post & Beam Fencing system, crash tested to ASTM F2656 M50 P1 standards. With a full 30’ between foundation posts, the XL-501’s patent-pending design offers the widest clear span opening in the industry as compared to similarly rated fence systems. Ross’ unique design further simplifies installation by limiting hardware to only one nut and bolt per column and providing integrated rebar rods, eliminating the need to build rebar cages for post foundations. Read full product description and specifications.

Ross Architectural Security products being featured at the show include the Thermally-Broken Aluminum Window designed to optimize energy efficiency and architectural appeal. Ross’ line of Forced-Entry / Ballistic Resistant and Blast Resistant Windows, Doors, Louvers and Escape Hatches can be found in embassies and consulates across the world, as well as in U.S. Government installations.

Architects, contractors and security experts are invited to the Ross booth (#31) to learn more. They can also attend presentations provided by Scott Espensen, Perimeter Security Product Manager on February 21 and Mark Heberlein, Architectural Security Product Manager on February 22. Mr. Espensen will be leading a discussion on industry testing standards and ratings for anti-ram vehicle barriers. Mr. Heberlein will be speaking about high-level combined threat door, window, and louver products, their basic design parameters and how to specify them.

Sponsored by ASIS International, the leading organization for security professionals worldwide, the event draws a global attendance actively involved in key sectors of economic diversification such as: civil infrastructure, aviation, rail and port infrastructure, financial centers, tourism, education and more. Ross has been supplying architectural and physical security products into the Middle East region since 1985.

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