ProTec-Tor 120 – quick access for emergency services. Successfully tested as T3! Easily separated element for rapid emergency opening of mobile ProTec crash barriers by the emergency services – without tools! Easily separated element for rapid emergency opening of mobile ProTec crash barriers by the emergency services – without tools! Mobile road restraint systems at roadworks, such as our narrow, high-containment ProTec family of crash barriers, prevent road users from leaving the carriageway and colliding with oncoming traffic, while also providing safe working conditions on site. To keep vehicles moving at roadworks, it may be necessary to take the traffic through a lane on the oncoming carriageway because the actual directional carriageway is being resurfaced. In order to keep the contraflow traffic reliably separated, the individual crash barrier elements are combined by force-fit connections and, depending on the length of the roadworks, they will often stretch over several kilometers. But in an emergency, it is frequently necessary to provide rapid access to the scene of an accident for the fire brigade, emergency services and police particularly in such special traffic flow areas in order to provide effective help and assistance even in the confined roadworks situation. With the ProTec-Tor 120 – quick access for emergency services – the mobile crash barrier can be opened quickly and simply without additional tools. Just a couple of simple actions are all it takes to release the force-fit connection by hand and open the mobile crash barrier easily like two large gates. This produces a generous quick-access opening for emergency services in just a few seconds!