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LPCB is now able to carry out testing to EN 1627 (Pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters — Burglar resistance — Requirements and classification). It’s become one of the first companies to achieve UKAS accreditation.
According to the Watford-based LPCB, this further reinforces its position within the security market, providing greater breadth of testing and approvals to manufacturers of security products and systems.
The EN 1627 standard determines the resistance of façades to physical attack by an intruder using a range of different and readily available tools.
LPCB is already recognised by Secured By Design for the testing and approval of security products and systems.
Approved products are used by specifiers building owners and regulators to manage and reduce security risks to ensure that the product or system satisfies the specified performance reliability.
BRE Global Limited (incorporating LPCB & BREEAM) is a third party approvals body offering certification of fire, security and sustainability products and services.