PAS24

Total Glass aluminium swing door meets PAS24 Standard for durability

  • 26 Aug 2016

Adams Rite, a subsidiary of ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions, has completed testing of the latest Total Glass aluminium commercial swing door to PAS24 standard.

Total Glass has been manufacturing and supplying UPVC and aluminium products since 1981.

PAS24 hard body test

Its latest doorset incorporates an Adams Rite direct pull magnet, as well as UNION’s DC840 concealed door closer, which will both be used as part of an electronic access control system.

The testing process was completed at the ASSA ABLOY UKAS accredited test lab and included timed manual attacking methods, hard and soft body impact tests and static load testing up to 4500N – demonstrating that the doorset can withstand sustained usage within a variety of environments.

ASSA ABLOY,
School Street,
Willenhall,
West Midlands,
WV13 3PW
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)845 071 0882

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