FRONTIER PITTS GOES PLATINUM

FRONTIER PITTS GOES PLATINUM

Frontier Pitts, a key player in the perimeter security equipment market, are constantly identifying the ever-changing security threats and have now further developed their Automatic High Security Gate portfolio to provide an Intruder Resistant “Platinum” range successfully proven to resist attack to LPS1175.

A spokesperson for Frontier Pitts commented:“The LPS1175 Platinum Gate range has been developed over the past 2 years by our Research and Development team, headed by Frontier Pitts BIM (Building Information Modelling) specialist.

“Many clients had been installing unrated Security Gates that had not been tested alongside LPS1175 security rated fence lines. By testing and upgrading certain elements on all models of our Automatic Security Gates, Frontier Pitts is now pleased to bring to the market the first complete LPS1175 Anti-Intruder Gate Range to the market, introducing another perimeter security layer to the security onion,” they added.

The Platinum Automatic Security Gate range with Security Ratings of 2 and 3 includes:

  • Platinum Sliding Gate up to 10m wide
  • Platinum Bi-folding Gate: double leaf up to 10m wide, single leaf up to 5m wide
  • Platinum Hinged Gate: double leaf up to 10m wide, single leaf up to 5m wide
  • Platinum Pedestrian Gate: Fully Automatic, Semi-Automatic, Manual operation.

The Platinum range joins Frontier Pitts’ large portfolio of high security products, further bridging the gap between their Security Range and High Security Anti-Terra IWA14/ PAS68 impact tested products and further enhancing their accreditations. Frontier Pitts can offer the complete solution for all Mob Attack scenarios and Crowded Place, Public Realm venues.

LPS 1175

Requirements and testing procedures for the LPCB approval and listing of intruder resistant free-standing barriers.

LPS 1175 covers the broadest scope of physical security products and services of any publicly available standard in the world. LPS 1175 is the result of many years of work by LPCB, Government, Insurers and Police, and has rapidly become a core element of physical security specification across many sectors. The standard comprises a number of security ratings with test requirements of ascending intensity. These are measured in terms of attack tools and time available to the attacker and enables specifiers to select products according to the risks that they and their property face. LPS 1175 can be used in a range of applications, including

 

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