The First Fully Retractable Crowd Control Barrier “Retracta-Cade”
Visiontron Introduces the Retracta-Cade – the First Fully Retractable, Portable Barricade System for Police Officers and other First Responders. The Retracta-Cade crowd control barrier creates a 10′ long, 37 lbs. barrier in less than 30 seconds and folds to less than half its size for compact storage and easy transportation. Unlike traditional barriers, police officers and other first responders can store the Retracta-Cade in patrol cars, fire trucks and cargo vans for immediate access to a safety barrier system in emergency situations.
Visiontron Corp. is proud to introduce the Retracta-Cade crowd control barrier, the first retractable and portable barricade system of its kind. The 10’ long, 37 lbs. barricade establishes a safety perimeter on demand, and folds to less than half its size in less than 30 seconds for easy storage and transportation.
The Retracta-Cade was developed by a retired New York Police Department Lieutenant so that police and fire departments, military, and other first responders can have a safety barricade immediately available that is also easy to transport in patrol cars and inexpensive to store.
How to Control Public Urination?
How to control public urination? With walls that splash pee right back at you.
In Hamburg, Germany it’s peeback time. St. Pauli’s Community of Interest initiated an action where frequented walls in the neighbourhood were sprayed with a superhydrophobic coating. This coating is so water-repellent that urine splashes right back. By doing so, we want to stop those who pee wherever they please.
NO CHILDREN ALLOWED – Do You Agree Some Restaurants Stance on this Topic?
A popular restaurant on Monterey wharf in California recently made headlines with its restaurant signs. The restaurant has three signs posted which prohibit strollers, high chairs, loud kids, crying babies and even booster seats. Link:
“Northern California restaurant bans noisy children from dining room”.
This certainly isn’t the first restaurant to show apprehension in allowing children in their restaurants. Even some acclaimed Chicago restaurants are turning away patrons with children and even more fine dining restaurants in the area are cautiously considering it.