LPS 1175 door testing demonstration held at ASSA ABLOY

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ASSA ABLOY has held a security door testing day in partnership with BRE at its facility in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.

The event consisted of an overview of the LPS 1175 test standard, a factory tour and a practical demonstration highlighting the difference in performance between certified and non-certified security doors. A test rig housing two steel doors and two timber doors was set up in the factory. A team from BRE used various methods of attack to show how they were able to overcome the doors that were not built to meet the LPS 1175 standard.

"We hosted this event to help illustrate the difference between investing in a certificated product versus a product that may look similar visually, but can be compromised very easily when put to the test," said Ian Broadley, business development manager for ASSA ABLOY security doors. "We received a great deal of positive feedback from attendees, who included security consultants, end users, police, and government personnel. Attendees commented on how thought-provoking it was to witness just how quickly un-certified doors could be compromised."

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