Automatic tire-killers

TiSO Automatic Tire-Killers are an economical and efficient solution for vehicle access control management. Available in a range of configurations this product can be surface mounted or within a shallow pit. Offering one or two directional driveway control and spikes of varied lengths. The diversity of options enables this traffic barrier to be widely applicable for a multitude of different applications. The built-in hydraulic unit makes this product suitable for installations in severe climate conditions, as well as for projects which require large distances (up to 100 m) between the PLC and the blocking segment.

Model                                   RB370-02                             RB370-03                             RB370-04

RB373-02                             RB373-03                             RB373-04

Installation type               Shallow mounted / above the ground (with ramps)

Drive                                                                                     Hydraulic

Spikes direction                Bi-directional                     Bi-directional                     Bi-directional

One-directional One-directional One-directional

Width, mm         2000                                       3000                                       4000

2000 3000 4000

Height, mm                                                                        170

Load per axle, t                                                                                 15

Rising time, s                                                                      3, 0

Lowering time, s                                                               2, 0

Operating temperature*, °C                       -40 / +60

Power supply                                                    1 phase 230 V, 50/60 Hz

Protection level                                                IP 67 for Tire-killer

IP 55 for control box

Materials                                             Structural steel C22 (powder coated)


*For temperatures lower than -10 °C use the heating device

*For temperatures higher than +40 °C use the cooler device