Sentry Protection Products Expands Collision Protector Line

Sentry Protection Products recently added the Park Sentry Wall System to its Park Sentry line of impact-resistant products. According to the company, these column-protector products are designed to reduce or eliminate damage that occurs from vehicle-column collisions in parking structures.

Like both the Park Sentry Square and Park Sentry Round products, the wall system’s panels are made of ARPRO — a high-performance material used in automobile bumper systems. According to Sentry Protection Products, its Park Sentry products combine scratch-resistant properties with energy-absorbing materials to form a comprehensive damage reduction system.

Available in standard yellow and black or custom colors by request, the system adjusts to fit a wall and adheres to space using pre-mounted wall clips, says the company. To fit larger areas, extensions are available.

For more information on Sentry Protection Products, visit www.sentrypro.com.

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