Six Pack RDU

The Six Pack Rapid Deployment Unit (RDU) is comparable to the popular Triple Strand Rapid Deployment Unit but with an even greater level of security in height and Razor Ribbon. The RDU is designed to quickly deploy for emerging threats. It has the capacity to deploy 75.2 meters of Razor Ribbon in just a few minutes. It can also be recovered manually using only 2 to 3 people in approximately 20 minutes. The Six Pack RDU can be utilized as a temporary or permanent barrier.

The RDU comes preassembled and stacked in a pyramid configuration on a magazine. It consists of six 61-cm pieces of barbed tape unit. The magazines can be deployed quickly and efficiently by most vehicles with towing capability.

Utilizing the Six Pack RDU eliminates the need for a numerous crew working hours in the field and any potential hazards that go with it. This unit requires only only 2 to 3 people to deploy.

The barbed tape in this unit comes in either galvanized or stainless steel with short, medium, or long barbs. The coils are fastened together in an alternate loop arrangement to minimize any intrusion attempts.

Usage of this six-pack rapid deployment unit is economical and simple. It is a reusable system to provide the military, police, nuclear power plants, power grid, municipalities, and commercial/industrial security integrators with instant physical perimeter protection.


The Six Pack RDU comes standard with Razor Ribbon short barb material. This material was specifically designed to rapidly deploy for permanent or temporary applications. This RDU is considered a “delay” barrier. It can be customized with any of the full line of Razor Ribbon barbed-tape products.

Installation of this RDU is Easy as 1, 2, 3

Three easy steps deploys nearly 247′ of Razor Ribbon in just a few minutes.

1. Set
Set the RDU in place using any vehicle with fork attachments. A trailer option is available.

2. Stretch

Deploy the unit with a two-to-three person team. In just two minutes, a 75.2 six-pack barrier is in place.


3. Secure
Anchor the supports in place.

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