Effective protection against burglary
The requirements for burglar-proof doors are set by the European standard EN 1627. This standard defines the resistance classes RC1 to RC6.
The abbreviation "RC" stands for "resistance class" according to EN 1627.
RC6 classified burglar resistance doors meet the highest requirements of EN 1627 standard.
Effective protection against burglary exists from resistance class RC3, since only doors classified as RC3 and up are capable of resisting leverage tools such as a crowbar. Doors from resistance class RC4 also withstand striking tools such as a bearded axe, chisel or cordless drill.
Burglar-proof doors of resistance classes RC1 and RC2 can only offer a low level of protection against burglary or vandalism. At best, burglary protection doors in this category protect against opportunistic burglars who only use simple tools, if any.
Especially when areas of a building which are not permanently visible, such as garage entrances or side entrances, are to be protected, you should not take any risk with intrusion protection.
Tested and certified according to EN 1627
Here, System Schröders offers highly effective protection with the System Schröders burglary-resistant doors ESN-1 (single-leaf) and ESN-2 (double-leaf). System Schröders burglary-protection doors and doorsets are tested and certified according to the EN 1627 standard. These steel security doors can be designed to fulfil the resistance classes RC1, RC2, RC3 and RC4.
Patented ESP rebate protection profile
The System Schröders ESN burglar-resistant steel security doors from RC3 are equipped with our patented ESP safety profile. This is a rebate protection profile that effectively prevents a direct attack on the door rebate. The door rebate is considered to be the weak point of a door.
Safe and attractive
Through the intelligent use of this rebate protection profile, the one or double-leaf security doors achieve a new level of quality in protection against burglary. And that with a very inexpensive design.
n addition to the effective protection against burglary, their excellent value for money makes these burglar-resistant doors equally attractive for commercial and private use.
Can be combined with other safety requirements
The burglar resistance doors can be equipped as part of the Schröders ModulSystem in combination with the following performance features:
- Use as an external door (EN 14351),
- Acoustic performance (EN ISO 717-1),
- Air tightness (EN 12207),
- Resistance to wind load (EN 12210),
- Resistance to positive and negative pressure (EN 12210),
- Watertightness (EN 12208),
- Thermal transmittance (EN ISO 10077-1),
- Overhead panel
- Ventilation grille, gill ventilation, steel grille
- Stainless steel design
The installation of additional safety equipment, such as e-openers, magnet and bolt contacts, shunt locks, escape door openers and the like, is of course possible.