EN 1627:2011 standard

ATTACK RESISTANT PORTALS
RC3 & RC4 RATED

The burglar resistance is the ability of a security portals to oppose various types of attacks, with different tools and for a certain time, in order to discourage the attempted break-in.

The security portals of class RC3 & RC4 have been tested for resistance against break-in according to the EN1627-30: 2011 standard.

EU Accredited Test Laboratory

CLASS RC3 & RC4

Attack Resistant Security Portals RC3 & RC4 EN1627-30:2011

CLASS 3

Class 3 resistance has been tested and certified by an accredited EU Test Laboratory against mechanical manual tools among which long screwdriver, set of wood and plastic wedges, crowbar, pliers, hammer, knife, tweezers, jack, set of steel wire hooks.

 

Intended severity risk/attack:

Deliberate forced entry of a well-protected domestic residence or commercial property using a wide choice of tools with little regard for noise.

TOOLS USED IN TESTING

Test duration: 20 minutes
Attack time: 5 minutes

CLASS 4

Class 4 resistance has been tested and certified by an accredited Test Laboratory against attack of an experienced thieves, security as in Class 3 + resistance against tools among which hacksaw with HSS blades, axe, heavy hammer, plate shears, bolt cutter, electric drill.

 

Intended severity risk/attack:

experienced attempts at forced entry of commercial premises with no regards for noise.

TOOLS USED IN TESTING

Test duration: 30 minutes
Attack time: 10 minutes

Our approved Security Portals

E1

E1

Classical
E2

E2

Classical
E3

E3

Classical
C1

C1

Cylindrical
C2

C2

Cylindrical
C3

C3

Cylindrical
C190

C190

Cylindrical
HPJ 140

HPJ 140

HPJ
HPJ 190

HPJ 190

HPJ