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Steel Security Doors SecureShield certified high performance security steel doors

Our range of steel security doors are independently tested and certified by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) and Secured by Design (SBD).

Overview

Designed to meet the requirements of HM Government Approved Status suitable for applications requiring security levels SR2 through to SR6. Our steel security doors are ideal for a variety of security door applications including perimeter security in medium to high risk environments, energy, water, waste, telecom, retail, distribution, commercial and housing projects.

Doors are available in single and double door configurations with a large range of hardware and vision options, supplied in either primed or factory painted finish. In general security doors will be installed by us because of the skill required and weight,

With this level of certified security, our door range is the safe and secure choice.

Performance

The standard comprises a number of security ratings with test requirements of ascending intensity. These are measured in terms of attack tools and time available to the attacker, and enables specifiers to select products according to the risks that they and their property face. LPS 1175: Issue 7 can be used in a range of applications, from residential right through to critical infrastructure projects where security is paramount and access is highly restricted.

Hansen SecureShield 6 = LPS 1175: Issue 7 Security Rating SR6

Single and double doorsets in non fire configurations complete with vision panel and hardware options have been independently tested by LPCB to provide high levels of resistance to professional means of attempted forced entry into high value storage areas where security is paramount and access is highly restricted using a wide range of tools including mains powered tools

Typically used in: energy production, national infrastructure, transport, waste, telecom, retail, commercial and housing applications with highly restricted access.

Hansen SecureShield 4 & 5 = LPS 1175: Issue 7 Security Rating SR4 & SR5

Single and double doorsets in non fire configurations complete with vision panel and hardware options have been independently tested by LPCB to withstand an experienced attempt at forced entry in a high risk areas with a history of frequent vandalism using a wide range of tools including cordless powered hand tools, disc grinders, circular saws, power drills, jig saws, a sledge hammer, a felling axe, hole saws, plate shears, bolt cutters, steel wedges and hooligan tool.

Typically used in: energy production, national infrastructure, transport, waste, telecom, retail, commercial and housing applications including emergency and fire escape, frequent use and restricted personnel access.

Hansen SecureShield 3 = LPS 1175: Issue 7 Security Rating SR3

Single and double doorsets in non fire and fire rated configurations complete with vision panel and hardware options have been independently tested by LPCB to withstand a deliberate attempt at forced entry rural and urban locations with low/medium risk of vandalism using bodily physical force and a wide selection of tools including axe, cold chisels, brick bolsters, crow bar, lump hammer and cordless drill and provide moderate resistance to determined attempts of forced entry using a range of techniques including those that involve creation of noise.

Typically used in: energy production, national infrastructure, transport, waste, telecom, retail, commercial and housing applications including emergency and fire escape, frequent use and restricted personnel access.

Hansen SecureShield 2 = LPS 1175: Issue 7 Security Rating SR2

Single and double doorsets in non fire and fire rated configurations with vision panel, grill/louvre and hardware options have been independently tested by LPCB using a variety of hand tools such as levers, screwdrivers, spanners and punches and provide the minimum levels of recognised resistance to opportunistic attempts at forced entry using a range of techniques including those that create noise such as those involving breaking glass.

Typically used in: energy production, national infrastructure, transport, waste, telecom, retail, commercial and housing applications including emergency and fire escape, frequent use and restricted personnel access.