Paradox Marine Distributes Inferno Intenso

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Boat security systems supplier Paradox Marine now offers acoustic technology to protect yachts, boats and marinas from intruders. Inferno Intenso Sound Barriers generate a patented, unbearable noise frequency pattern that immediately immobilizes onboard intruders between alarm activation and arrival of security or law enforcement. A single Inferno Intenso covers up to 750 square feet. Larger areas can be covered with several units. Inferno Intenso has passed the demanding testing procedures of the US Department of State for use in security applications.

“Inferno Intenso will be available as a standalone deterrent or integrated into our comprehensive boat security, monitoring, tracking & surveillance systems to offer boat owners additional peace of mind when they are away from their vessels,” said Paradox Marine President Jay Keenan.

As a sound barrier, the noise pattern emitted by the Inferno causes an intruder to immediately modify his behavior. As an attention-getting siren, the unique and loud noise pattern clearly stands out from background or other noise. Each unit has built-in sabotage protection and a long-life battery. A durable aluminum and steel casing is specially coated for protection against the harsh marine environment.

(www.paradoxmarine.com)

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