The Mechanical Malicious Acts Laboratory carries out tests to validate the compliance of doorsets.
A door assembly is an inseparable set consisting of a door frame, a door leaf, a lock, hinges, anti-crow bar bolts, and can also be equipped with glass parts.The types of doorsets listed below are classified according to their burglary-resistance, based on the burglar's methods of opening, know-how and time of action.
“Technical area” A2P doorsets
Doorsets for technical area are classified in 3 classes of increasing resistance from A2P CR4 to A2P CR6. These doorsets are intended for services sector and are mainly equipped with motorized lock enabling the use of access control.
- Doorsets for professional use:
These doorsets can also meet the expectations of the A2P T71-6 technical rule, to respond to ram attacks.
“Building” A2P doorsets
- Doorsets for private individuals:
The laboratory is COFRAC accredited for European standards cited above.
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