NorDan has developed a new front entrance doorset for use on large or small projects where rigorous security is required.
Featuring Hoppe security handles and a Winkhaus multi-point locking system, the NTech security entrance door is the result of a series of discussions between NorDan and local authorities, housing associations and Police initiatives.
Designed to resist forced entry and adverse weather conditions, the doorset comprises the attributes and characteristics of NorDan’s well-established composite entrance doorsets. Achieving 1.0 to 1.2 w/m2K thermal U-values, it also offers effective thermal control.
The NTech security entrance doorsets are available in five different styles: four boast glazed panels, allowing for the ingress of natural light, whilst the fifth is a solid door. Each design is offered in RAL and NCS colours, with white available as standard.
The doorset complies with Secured by Design initiatives, guaranteeing its status as a suitable security entrance door for large or small projects.
NorDan UK Ltd
2 Almondview Office Park
T: 01506 433173
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