UK Security Exhibition 960x300
Currently the UK Security is taking place in England. Already on the 1st day of the fair, Elke SAELZER and our British sales representative, Chris Carwardine, reported that the visitors are very interested in our products. We are exhibiting the aluminum window S2, which passed the bullet test in the highest level FB7-NS according to the European standard. We also present our steel window, which even protects against grenades.

Mobile Barriere 960x300

The mobile security barrier from SAELZER will protect the access roads to the Christmas market in Osnabrück against the unauthorized intrusion of trucks and cars. On the 22.11. the barriers were installed for the duration of the Christmas market. The mobile barrier was tested in the security level K4 and offers protection against an attack with a vehicle up to 6.8t, which drives 50km/h. In emergencies, the barrier can be opened in only 5 seconds for the access of police, fire and rescue vehicles. After closing the Christmas market, the system will be dismantled and stored until the next major event. Residents of Osnabrück complimented the new security concept for the Christmas market in a television report.

SAELZER Auszeichnung von BASF 960x300

SAELZER was honored for its outstanding performance by BASF after completion a joint security project.

Amsterdam Security 960x300

For the first time SAELZER took part with great success at the Amsterdam Security in Holland from 31.10 up to 2.11. More activities to come...

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The "Marburg Security Day" took place again on 21.09.2017. Subject of the congress: What threats currently exist and how people, values and buildings can be protected? More than 100 interested listeners from governmental organizations, private companies, architects offices and security advisers commended the informative lectures from the renowned experts. Photo: Panel discussion with all participants after the presentations. From left to right: Walther SAELZER (Initiator of the congress), Prof. Dr. Gebbeken (University of the German Armed Forces), Klaus Behling (ZVM security consultant), Claudia Schick (Moderator), Sanja Pohl (architecture office Obermeyer planning + consulting), Christoph Becker (Federal German Criminal Police Office), Andreas Hallet (DVAG), Dr. Waßmuth (IABG).