Skorpion® System

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    The Skorpion® system is a mechanism for securing:

  • Manholes of sewage wells - type: WL-002, WL-003

  • Rainwater drainage grates - type: WP-002

  • Hatches of heating chambers and others - type: WL-002, WL-003

    Advantages of the Skorpion® System:

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    Made entirely of stainless steel

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    Equipped with a unique, mechanically coded protection

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    Guaranteed trouble-free operation in all conditions

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    Possibility to adapt to individual customer needs

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    Possibility of installation on both existing and new networks.

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Thousands of satisfied customers

The Skorpion® system enables the protection of cast iron covers and grilles, e.g.:

Protection against penetration of underground infrastructure

Protection against theft and devastation

Protection against a possible terrorist attack

Protection against keying

Protection against flood

Public safety

    The assembly of the Skorpion® System contributes to the increase of safety:

  • on roads and streets

  • near public utilities (schools, offices, courts, embassies, penitentiary institutions, commercial and sports facilities, etc.)

  • near communal facilities (airports, stations, bridges, viaducts, gas, water, energy networks, etc.)

  • in places of assembly (rallies, concerts, etc.)

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Securing critical infrastructure

    Installation of the Skorpion® System protects the underground infrastructure:

  • water and sewage networks

  • heating networks

  • telecommunications networks

  • We would like to interest in our product Institutions that have an impact on creating security, such as Government Agencies, Project Offices, Thermal Energy Companies, Telecommunications Companies, Water and Sewage Companies, Municipalities, Industrial Plants. In the present reality where international terrorism and organized crime are ubiquitous, our mechanism has become and should continue to be an integral part of the above-mentioned infrastructure.