Gilgen Door Systems is one the first companies whose automatic sliding doors have been tested to the latest European anti-burglar standard EN 1627 (2011).
Gilgen Door Systems commissioned the German testing institute TÜF Nord to examine two of their automatic sliding door models, SLX-M RC2 and SLX-M RC3, for anti-burglar resistance becoming one of the first manufacturers whose doors have successfully met the new series of European break-in prevention standards (EN 1627-1630).
The automatic Gilgen sliding door systems SLX-M RC2 and SLX-M RC3 with streamlined aluminium profiles have been exposed to stringent testing. Equipment corresponding to resistance classes RC2 and RC3, were used to try and force the Gilgen automatic doors open without success. The doors also withstood static loads (RC2 = 3000 N / RC3 = 6000 N) and have also successfully passed the dynamic impact test with a pendulum weight of 50 kg.
As well as meeting this enhanced safety level, SLX-M RC2 and RC3 is a convenient, safe automatic entrance with elegant profiles that can be easily locked and unlocked by means of an automatic multipoint locking mechanism. The two Gilgen sliding doors can be supplied as single or bi-parting systems, with or without glazed over panels.
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