3. SECURITY DOORS
Our range of security doors have been tested to and passed BS EN 1627: 2011 and are also available in a variety of LPS 1175 (Issue 7) security ratings from SR2 to SR4 (Certificate Number: 1070a).
- Products attack tested to LPS 1175 SR2 standard provide up to 3 minutes of resistance to opportunist attempts at forced entry of protected premises using a range of mechanical tools including: screwdriver, levers, spanner, bolt cutters, claw hammer, drill, shears, etc.
- Products attack tested to LPS 1175 SR3 standard provide up to 5 minutes of resistance to determined attempts at forced entry of protected premises using a wide range of tools including: cordless tools, short axe, cold chisels, crow bar, brick bolsters, gas torch, etc.
- Products attack tested to LPS 1175 SR4 standard provide up to 10 minutes of resistance to experienced attempts at forced entry using a wide range of tools including: high powered cordless tools, felling axe, sledgehammer, power drill, disc grinder, jigsaw, etc.
Our security doors have also been tested to and passed Warrington Exova Certisecure STS 202 standard:
Robust security doors, in both personnel access and fire escape designs, are also included in the ‘Secured by Design’ scheme. Secured by Design is the official UK Police initiative to ‘design out crime’ and covers not only doors but also windows, gates, etc. To satisfy this standard, all products must be a minimum of PAS 24 approved.
To find out more information about our ‘Secured by Design’ accreditation, follow the link below:
Robust security doors have also been tested to European security standard DD ENV 1627:1999.
Our TUFF-DOR security doors are also accredited by LPCB (Loss Prevention Certification Board). Certified to LPS 1175 SR2 – SR4, they are listed on the LPCB Red Book Live website linked below:
For specification advice and hardware specifications, please contact the sales office on +44 (0)1782 592900.