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Electric fence first for UAE military base

Posted 13 November 2015 · Add Comment

High security fencing manufacturer Zaun has installed a first of its kind electric fence in the United Arab Emirates.

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, wanted an electric fence to protect a military base in Abu Dhabi. wanted an electric fence to protect a military base in Abu Dhabi.

Electric fencing can provide security and protection of perimeters around key strategic and infrastructure sites. The installation of an electric fence combined with a secure fencing system creates a very powerful psychological and physical barrier to overcome.

Electric fences offer high impact resistance and an effective deterrent to trespassers and intruders. Zaun electric fencing has been designed to give trespassers a shock, providing a remarkably high level of cost-effective boundary and perimeter security.

Zaun first set up an office in the UAE in the Emirates Tower in Dubai in 2012 and has now established a company in the Free Trade Zone.


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