Secured by Design accreditation for new internal entrance doorsets

  • 9 Oct 2014

Doorsets achieving a high level of security

SBD is the official UK Police flagship owned by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and underlines the quality of products tested at BM TRADA’s testing and certification house.

Ahmarra can now offer a fully certified service under the Pas 24 Enhanced Security Scheme, as well as the Q-Mark Fire Door Manufacturers Scheme.

Attaining SBD membership has already contributed to Ahmarra securing new business, with the company currently manufacturing accredited doorsets for an East London residential development for Telford Homes.

Doug Skins, ACPO Secured by Design, said: “In giving this police accreditation we are signalling to the consumer that those who deal with crime recognise the benefits and qualities of specific security tested products.”

Contact:

Ahmarra Door Solutions,
Fitzherbert Road,
Farlington,
Portsmouth,
Hampshire,
PO6 1SD,
United Kingdom

Tel: 02392 389076
Fax: 02392 389077

Visit the Ahmarra website

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