ASSA ABLOY Security Doors has re-tested its products to Loss Prevention Standards (LPS) 1175: Issue 7.
The doors have been independently tested by the Building Research Establishment to the latest issue of the security standard, with the doors fitted with the Pickersgill-Kaye range of single and multi-point locking systems.
ASSA ABLOY now has one of the most fully certified security doors product ranges available in the UK. This now encompasses security ratings to SR2, SR3 and SR4 of the LPS 1175 standard, plus the option of timber doors tested to the same level.
Nigel Cronin, Sales Manager at ASSA ABLOY Security Doors, explains: “The doors now offer increased flexibility as they have been tested with single point locks, which help reduce cost, simplify the doorset and lower on-going maintenance. The doors have also been tested as double doors, with the option of double panic escape, fully in accordance with the requirements of EN 1125 standards for panic escape hardware.
“The doors that have been accredited to security rating 4 have now been tested for both inward and outward opening configurations, which is increasingly requested as a requirement by our customers.”
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