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Bomb blast door guide

New from Ingersoll Rand, its guidance document on bomb blast doors, for specifiers of high-risk building projects.

To download the paper in full, visit Designed to provide an overview of the current regulations around counter-terrorism measures in the construction of high-risk places, the paper covers for specifers advisory documents, quality standards and market leading products.

The paper summarises documents produced by the Department of Communities and Local Government which aim to assist in the design of public places deemed at risk of terrorist attack – such as airports, embassies and retail outlets. Also included are details of the manufacturing differences between conventional doorsets and their enhanced security and bomb blast counterparts.

Stephen Badgery, Key Account Manager for Ingersoll Rand says: “Staying abreast of industry developments in counter-terrorism can be a time consuming task for busy specifiers, but with terrorism a key concern in the UK, it is a task that cannot be delayed. The bomb blast doors white paper has been created as a go-to piece of literature for those who want to be brought up-to-speed quickly and accurately on the latest legislation and market developments.

“Offering the very latest industry insight into how high-security doorsets perform and the protection they can offer, the paper is sure to be of great help to specifiers keen to fully understand the decision making processes and installation requirements behind bomb blast doors.”

The Ingersoll Rand white paper, ‘Bomb Blast Doors, A specifier’s guidance document’, is available to download free, from . A series of blogs will also be available throughout November at . Follow @Ingersoll_Rand to stay up-to-date.

About Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies

Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies offers electronic and biometric access control systems; time and attendance and scheduling systems; mechanical locks and portable security; door controls, exit devices and architectural hardware; performance steel doorsets and automated openings; and other technologies and services.

Ingersoll Rand’s range of bomb blast doors has been applied at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5 and Kings Cross train station in London. For further information on Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies product and services visit


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