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PORT SECURITY BARRIERS

Truston -- the Global Leader in Floating Barriers

Truston provided the very first Port Security Barrier (PSB) system to the U.S. Navy in 2001.  We have since provided over 18 miles at worldwide locations, making Truston Barriers the unrivaled industry leader.  We measure in miles; others measure in feet.  Truston is the world’s only port security barrier provider that is ISO 9001:2015 certified.  Contact Truston today to secure your waterfront assets.

Truston Barriers™, the name in Port Security you can trust.
Why Truston Barriers? 

EXCLUSIVE LICENSE

Truston is the original manufacturer and exclusive supplier of U.S. Navy PSB technology. Truston holds an exclusive license with the U.S. Navy to provide PSBs worldwide.

U.S. NAVY TESTED & APPROVED

PSBs have been rigorously tested by the U.S. Navy. PSBs are the only system that protect U.S. ships and ports; no other barrier type is used by the U.S. Navy.  

IN-HOUSE, TURNKEY SOLUTIONS

Truston is the only provider that designs, fabricates, and installs PSB systems using in-house resources, enabling us to have greater control of quality, schedule, and cost. Truston's QMS is ISO 9001:2015 with Design certified.

WORLDWIDE INSTALLATIONS

Truston Barriers have been deployed across the globe, in a wide range of environments.  Truston has provided over 18 miles of Port Security Barrier Systems to the U.S. Navy, foreign navies, commercial shipyards, and other waterfront industrial complexes. 

CUSTOMIZED BARRIER SOLUTIONS

We offer multiple models of PSBs, customizing each system to your location’s unique requirements. We account for environmental factors, such as soil conditions, tidal ranges, and currents, as well as operational factors, such as ship traffic, barrier terminations, and gates.  

GATES & AUTOMATION

Truston Barriers offer a range of gate options to meet the accessibility requirements of your waterfront, without sacrificing security. Some gate options include: large boat gates, small boat gates, bumper gates, and Truston’s patent pending automated gate.

CRASH TEST

Port Security Barriers have been rigorously tested, including simulated attacks, as demonstrated in this video. In exposed water, PSBs are capable of stopping boats at speeds up to 60 MPH, under full power, during the entire collision.  This means that Truston Barriers can stop over 99% of all commercial and recreation vessels in the U.S., which is estimated to be over 11 million boats according to the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard.

Floating Barriers go by many names (Vessel Exclusion Barrier, Anti-Boat Barrier, Floating Barrier, Harbor Barriers, Maritime Security Barrier, Marine Gates, etc.).  ​Contact Truston today to ensure your waterfront assets are protected by the only boat barrier system used by the U.S. Navy

CONTACT US TODAY

To facilitate the assessment of your operational security requirements, we need to gather some important information. Complete the PSB Questionnaire to contact Truston about securing your facility’s waterfront.

HOW SAFE ARE YOUR WATERFRONT ASSETS?

“Waterfront facilities often spend millions of dollars for security on the landside and completely ignore the waterside – almost as though the water itself is a barrier; when in reality, it is a potential avenue of attack.”

 – Christopher Pfaff, Marketing Director

"Companies and governments often look at the costs of protection; the progressive ones consider the costs if they do not.  What is the cost of business interruption or, more importantly, the lives of employees?" 

 - Eric Jacobs, President

"Other systems have attempted to imitate what only the PSB System has proven.  The fact that PSBs are the only floating barrier system used by the most advanced navy in the world speaks volumes."

 - Mark Wood, VP