Heinen doors are regularly used by the special intervention forces as they are renowned for being difficult to penetrate!!
This expertise is shared with both the armed forces and sectors such as the gas or chemical industries.
In any case, each door follows a common path, where customers share and specify their needs to define their specifications.
|Heinen has developed experience in these fields:|
Heinen’s expertise in the field has led to the development of blast-proof doors with a resistance of up to 8 T/m² (including rebound) for the industrial sector.
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The blast-proof performance levels proposed in the Heinen range are available upon request.
|European standards||EN 13123-1
|The blast-proof performance levels proposed in the Heinen range are available upon request. Contact us for more information about our blast-proof capabilities.|
Several European standards cover the resistance of building doors, windows and shutters to attacks involving explosives.
EN 13123-1 lays down the requirements and classification used in the standard (resistance levels)
EN 13124-1 contains the test methods used to measure resistance to explosives
These standards cover the resistance of hardware to the excess pressure of a blast created by a shock tube. This tube is used to simulate a powerful detonation of explosives equal to a charge of between 100 kg and 2,500 kg of trinitrotoluene (TNT) at distances ranging from 35 to 50 metres from the test element.