TITAN STEEL DOOR TECHNICAL DETAILS
21-BOLT LOCKING SYSTEM which locks the door in 3 directions
GALVANISED FRAME 2mm thick with fibreglass insulation, WING FRAME composed of 3mm thick steel tube, WING SKELETON 1.5mm ribbed alloy steel with Rockwool insulation
IN THE FRAME - 8 STEEL BOLTS EACH 10mm THICK
SECURITY MECHANISM WHICH FIXES THE DOOR SKIN TO DOORCASE
COVERED IN LUXURY WOOD CLADDING
3 HIGH-STRENGTH STEEL HINGES placed in 3 points
DRILL RESISTANT CASING OVER LOCKS
2 REGISTERED SECURITY CYLINDERS - Registered keys cannot be copied without authorisation from the owner, 3 keys supplied
DOOR HANDLE, KNOB, KNOCKER, VIEWER
WE PROVIDE ANY SIZE, ANY SHAPE & ANY COLOUR OF THE DOOR
Our door uses a unique registered key locking system in which 21 hard-steel bolts around the edges of the steel door simultaneously engage into the solid steel door-frame.
To activate the locking system the key is turned in the lock 3 times – each turn more deeply engages the bolts into the frame.
For maximum security and optimum strength, we use a modified fitting technique for partition based walls which also strengthens the wall. Partition walls consist of cladding material, typically plasterboard mounted on wooden battens which form the core of the wall.
We attach a hardwood frame into the wall battens with 8 steel bolts (each 10mm thick). We then use a special expandable liquid which fills the wall cavity space around the frame and sets rock-hard in 1 hour. We cover this inner hardwood frame with steel outer frames to increase its strength even further.
This design means that the doorframe is very firmly attached to the partition wall, and the wall itself is considerably strengthened. Any force applied to door, frame or wall is now distributed across all three. In other words, if you could break a door with 100 kg force, now you would need to apply 1000kg or even more to break it, as the loading is more evenly distributed, and steel is far more resistant to attack than a wooden door and frame would be.
While the diagram above shows standard dimensions for our Titan door, we can readily construct the door to customizes sizes at no extra cost.
(Image Above) This is an integrated security system consisting of the chrome plated steel main lock with 3 throws, 3 steel bars and steel deadbolt and latch also the cgrome plated steel supporting lock with 4 steel bars at the bottom and the top.
- It cannot be open with picklock and it prevents the unauthorized entries
- It enables separate people to open the door in the different times with adding the classic +1 additional security lock unit
Our Titan doors can be designed to open inward or outward, and with hinges on left or right. Because these doors are steel they will not warp or rot, and require less maintenance than conventional wooden door and frame. We offer a same day fitting service, including disposal of the old door and frame.
Your door is delivered in a protective foam-packed wooden crate.
You do not have to be concerned that the door will look like a steel door as it has the appearance of a luxurious wooden door as both the outside and the inside is cladded in a wood finish.
We can also supply a security glass in the door, which is stronger and more secure than your ordinary glass, although we recommend as less glass as possible or ideally any glass because glass always compromises the security.
As our door is made to measure, it takes about 4 weeks for the doors to be manufactured. Once your door arrives in London, we will carry out our quality control check again and then we will call you to arrange a fitting date. Don't worry as you do not need any preparation for a fitting day, we take your door and frame away by ourselves and install your new Titan Steel Security door and frame. We make sure that everything sits in place nicely, therefore, we take about 5 hours to complete the installation.
For Further Information, Please, Contact Us Directly On 020 3070 3866 Or
By Email At Info@Steelsecuritydoors.Co.Uk
When it comes to steel security door, you really need a specialist that is available at any time.
Important points to consider when purchasing a steel door:
Does the door comply with the Europe-wide fire resistance standard BS EN 1634-1? (which replaces the previous British Standard for fire resistance)
Is the door and locking mechanism made in the UK?
Does the security key come with a sidebar?
Telephone the company in the evening or at weekends to see if they are offering the service they promised should anything go wrong with the door locking mechanism e.g. An attempted burglary, etc. ?
This is important as we operate a 24-hour locksmith service we are able to send one of our professional locksmiths out if required, who will have knowledge of your locking mechanism.