Retrofitting security concept
Secondary windows can provide additional levels of protection against forced entry, ballistic attack and blast when the fitting of a new up rated primary window may not be deemed suitable due to the constraints often placed upon architects / designers by either clients or planning authorities.
By installing secondary windows the outward appearance of the building is maintained whilst at the same time upgrading the level of security to any perceived threat, thus offering protection to the occupants and contents.
|Forced entry resistance||According to DIN EN 1627-1630||Up to RC4|
|Bullet resistance||According to DIN EN 1522+1523||Up to FB6-NS|
|Blast resistance||Up to pressure load of 272 kPa (2.72 bar)|
|Material | surface | design | installation|
|Surface||Powder coated, anodized or over clad with timber, stainless steel, bronze, please contact for any other option.|
|Design||Fixed fields, side hung, bottom hung, tilt and turn wing or french casement window type.|
|Installation||The secondary glazing system can be alternatively installed in the reveal, steel subframe or mounted inside at the wall.|