What is LPS 1175?
What is LPS1175?
Loss Prevention Standard LPS 1175 covers the “Requirements and Testing Procedures for the LPCB Approval and Listing of Intruder Resistant Building Components, Strongpoints, Security Enclosures and Free Standing Barriers” Products tested and approved to this standard are widely recognised by Government Agencies, Local Authorities, Banks, Insurance Companies and many other large organisations as being an effective means of protecting people and assets; thus reducing the risks of loss to crime or terrorism.
Tests on security doors are carried out under laboratory conditions, using different attack times and tools, depending on their designated security rating.
The objective of this equipment is to Deter, Detect, Deny, Delay and Defend
Frontier Pitts new Platinum Range includes the first Automatic Bi-folding Gate to achieve LPS1175 SR2 & SR3. The range now includes all models of Security Gates including Sliding, Hinged Vehicle and Hinged Pedestrian.
- Platinum Automatic Bi-folding Gate – LPS1175 SR2 & SR3
- Platinum Automatic Sliding Gate – LPS1175 SR2 & SR3
- Platinum Automatic Hinged/Swing Vehicle Gates -LPS1175 SR2 & SR3
- Platinum Automatic Hinged/Swing Pedestrian Gates -LPS1175 SR2 & SR3
LPS1175 Pedestrian Control Turnstiles
- Platinum Turnstile B3 – the first LPS1175 Security Rated Turnstile to offer a 120 degree, 3 winged rotor!
- Terra Diamond Turnstile – LPS1175 SR 3 & 4
Terra Diamond Turnstile has achieved LPS1175 SR3 & SR4, and is Approved for Government Use (please contact CPNI)
Security Ratings – tool category & test duration
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EN 1630/EN 1627 RC1 to RC6
An EU standard for burglary resistance for building elements, including curtain walling. Similar toolset as LPS1175 SR5 but a longer attack/test period and tools are mains as opposed to battery powered. Testing of this option also indicated a ballistic resistance to EN1522 FB4
This standard refers to the Burglar Resistance of Glazed Pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. This should not be confused with the LPS1175 standard; Requirements and testing procedures for the LPCB approval and listing of intruder resistant building components, strongpoints, security enclosures and free-standing barriers
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