Tag Archives: Bullet Resistant Entrances

Myth Busting on Bullet Proof Glass

Simply put, there is no such thing as “bulletproof glass”.  Anyone who says otherwise is trying to sell you something. A more accurate term to use when discussing protective glazing is “bullet resistant glass”. Many times even that term is a misnomer since the majority of bullet resistant glazing products are a blend of polycarbonate or acrylic material. Bullet Resistant Acrylic plastic refers to a family of synthetic, or man-made, plastic materials containing one or more derivatives of acrylic acid. The most common acrylic plastic is polymethyl Read More

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What type of door is best to secure my entrance?

Doors exist for reasons; what’re yours? Knowing the reason for a door’s existence is a key factor in determining what type of door you may need. With the operative word being need. These are a few questions that will take your search down the path for choosing the correct door type: • What size door do you want or need? • What type of materials are required? • Is the door a site barrier? • What are the dimensions for Read More

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Setting the Spec

“Proper Prior Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance.” James R. Steadham, Senior Chief USN Retired Scuba divers live by two important rules, “plan their dive and dive their plan” because they know the majority of diving accidents occur when “diving outside their plan”. Planning out and thinking through a security entrance’s Product Specifications are key steps in defining a project’s scope of work, and its Scenarios of Operation. The scenarios of operation define how the security entrance will perform when specified Read More

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Security Integrators – Worth Every Penny

Start with the end in mind when deploying life safety improvements or security measures. Contact a security integrator. A lot of behind the scenes effort and expertise goes into designing and delivering life safety and security solutions. Security integrators understand the regulatory codes required by Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) and are well versed in navigating projects through the various regulatory processes for code approval.    As with all professionals, security integrators stand by their work and the solutions they provide. Read More

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How Much Does a Safety Entrance® Cost?

Let’s talk about pricing, so you can get an understanding if our safety and security solutions fit within your budget. Pricing for a Safety Entrances® is on parallel with asking how much for a Ford truck. I chose Ford because I’ve been driving one since 1973. Think of the options and accessories. Want the crew cab? What size engine? Want the towing package? How about the metallic paint job and the sporty rims? How about leather seats and Bluetooth compatible Read More

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GUNS TO STOP GUNS?

Using armed personnel to stop or deter an armed assault is the premise behind using guns to stop guns. Using guns to stop guns promotes lethal conflicts. What about the general public in the immediate vicinity? What is their defense? As quoted by the Center of Investigative Reporting, “The presence of an armed guard was the strongest factor whether incidents turned violent.” An analysis of FBI bank crimes data by The Center for Investigative Reporting found guards with guns pose Read More

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Isotec & Womack Consulting Team Up to Protect Courthouse

Womack Consulting teamed with Isotec Security to protect a Minnesota courthouse. Facility managers & security personnel recognized the superior protection provided with a weapons detection vestibule which has been approved by the Department of Homeland Security for safety & efficacy. Isotec’s Safety Entrance® prevents unauthorized persons from carrying weapons into the building. In addition to providing greater safety for their staff and visitors, the weapons control vestibule reduces the over all demand for security personnel. The vestibule’s design and functionality Read More

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Photos From Our 9th Annual Shootem-Up

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Customer Testimonials From Our Shootem-Up Demonstration

Last Friday Isotec proudly presented our 9th Annual Shootem-up!  This shooting demonstration took place high up in the mountains of Colorado.  Take a look at the below customer testimonials we took in between shooting the glass! 

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Why Physical Security is Just as Important as Cyber Security

Many businesses spend a lot of time and money focused on firewalls and encryption software to protect their IT systems and data – and rightly so. However, physical security is often overlooked when compared to cyber security when it can be just as crucial, especially for small businesses that do not have the same resources as larger firms to devote to security personnel and tools. Physical security helps companies protect assets, including IT infrastructure and servers that make their businesses run and Read More

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