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Security

Tested to destruction in UKAS approved testing laboratories.

Security is one of our main concerns, that is why the security and integrity of our doors have been tested to destruction in UKAS approved testing laboratories. During these tests our doors were hammered, rammed, pounded, pulled, pushed, lifted and crow barred by forces that equalled a 20 stone man trying to force entry.


All our running gear is fully encapsulated within the track so that the door cannot be lifted off its track. This makes it resistant to attack from potential intruders.
  • Encapsulated running gear within the track, preventing it from being attacked
  • Passed tests equivalent to a twenty stone man trying to force entry
  • 5 point multi-locking, with 'Secured by Design' (SBD) anti-snap cylinders
  • Hardened steel hook locks and dead bolts
  • Top and bottom solid steel shoot bolts directly into both the top & bottom track
  • Internally glazed for all systems (option to upgrade to laminated glass)
  • High security hinges to prevent the pins from being removed and the hinge being forced from the door
  • Tongue and groove (interlocking panels) design to prevent panels from being crow barred open
  • Document Q, Security - Dwellings PAS 24:2012. Selected FD72 configurations only
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    Encapsulated running gear within the track and hidden hinge fixings
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    Hardened steel hook locks
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    High security hinges, non face fixed
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    Top and bottom shoot bolts directly into both the top and bottom track
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    Security cylinder locking, anti-snap, anti-bump, anti-pick, anti-drill, anti tamper
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    Tongue and groove (interlocking) door panels to prevent lever opening

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    The Folding Sliding Door Company is an ISO 9001 and (US) NAMI Quality Assured organisation with nationally recognised accreditations such as CE Compliancy and Document Q in the UK, and Florida Building Code and Dade County in the US.
       
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