In order to guarantee heightened security and full compliance with the requirements of the standards concerning access to buildings, notably public-access buildings (French: Etablissements Recevant du Public, ERP) such as hotels and hospitals, we have combined our expertise in mechanical and electronic locks with a number of French-based door manufacturers.
Our products, as mechanical monopoint locks, motorized monopoint or multipoint locks, electronic cylinder locks and standalone card readers installed on doors, have successfully passed the various tests of compliance carried out primarily in CNPP test laboratories (Centre National de Prévention et de Protection), an independent body. The ranges of multipoint mechanical and motorized locks that we have developed have obtained RC4 and RC5 certifications under the EN 1627 and EN 1630 standards.
An armored door or a lock holding RC4 and/or RC5 certifications is an item of equipment capable of resisting higher-level threats, as these certifications form part of the most demanding classifications in terms of security.
The RC4 standard, for which the French equivalent is the A2P BP2 standard, guarantees that the lock integrated into an armored door assembly offers a minimum of 10 minutes of resistance against attacks using heavy-duty methods, such as electrical tools (drill, jigsaw, ...).
The RC5 standard, the French equivalent of which is the A2P BP3 standards, affords even higher resistance by withstanding attacks using electrical power tools (angle grinder, jackhammer) for a minimum of 15 minutes.
The LSS range of multipoint locks, adjustable from 2 to 9 closure points, has successfully passed the tests carried out by the CNPP and has thus obtained both RC4 and RC5 certifications.
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