THE TABLET AND CLASS 3 AND 4 ARMORED DOORS. DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCES?
People often make the mistake of thinking that security doors are all the same and provide the same level of security.
Before buying one for your home, however, you need to know that there are security classes.
After manufacturing, strength tests are conducted on the doors, and based on the outcome they are assigned a security class. In these tests, the level of resistance in the event of a break-in or attempted break-in is measured.
Armored doors are classified into six security classes, starting with 1, which provides a minimum level of protection, up to 6, which provides extreme security and is used to protect banks, jewelry stores, embassies, military zones, and nuclear facilities.
Class 3 doors
We can talk about optimal security from class 3 onward. These security doors are difficult for burglars to use screwdrivers or crowbars to break into. They are suitable for condominium apartments with medium level security needs, villas, offices or industrial buildings, and stairways.
Class 4 doors
Class 4 doors are even more secure because they are also burglary-tested with power tools and can repel attacks by experienced burglars who also use saws, hammers, hatchets, chisels, and portable battery-operated drills. Usually, this type of door is recommended for the protection of detached houses, cottages, bank offices, jewelry stores, industrial zones and condominium apartments that have a higher security risk.
Dierre Tablet, a door that ensures maximum security
We at Dierre have designed the intelligent security door that encompasses the best security technologies to suit all your security needs.
In fact, Tablet is suitable for both large residential complexes and individual housing units.
It has a steel core. The shell allows more strength and rigidity to the whole structure. The lock plate is reinforced and there are six fixed rostrums along the side of the hinges that fit into the frame, preventing unhinging.
The body is made of double-sheet galvanized steel and a silent gear-operated lock composed of a high-security cylinder.
Despite the fact that it is a steel security door, it provides excellent thermal and acoustic insulation and allows for energy savings.
The Tablet is available in both class 3 and class 4.
In Class 4, there are several reinforcements that help make it stronger. The major difference visually noticeable in the Class 4 Tablet is the triple diverter on the bottom and top sides that anchor and securely lock the door to the frame.
Both provide excellent performance and can boast the same sound reduction level of 40 dB.
Now you know which door to choose if you want to achieve added security in your home!
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