Range of services
Most of the testing performed is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS), accreditation number: STS 317. The SAS is a member of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC). This means that the tests accredited by us are recognised internationally.
We test to the following standards:
- Burglar resistance: Requirements and classification (EN 1627*, SIA 343.201*)
- Test method for the determination of resistance to static loading (EN 1628*, SIA 343.202*)
- Test method for the determination of resistance to dynamic loading (EN 1629*, SIA 343.203*)
- Test method for the determination of resistance to manual attack (EN 1630*, SIA 343.204*)
- Product standard, performance characteristics (EN 14351-1)
- Special security glazing – Testing and classification of resistance against manual attack (EN 356)
- Building hardware – Lever handles and knob furniture – Requirements and test methods (EN 1906)
- Building hardware – Cylinders for locks – Requirements and test methods (EN 1303)
- Building hardware – Locks - Mechanically operated locks and locking plates – Requirements and test methods (EN 12209)
* tests accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS)
All orders are carried out by qualified specialists from the relevant field and are treated confidentially.
Resistance classes of burglary resistance
The requirements for windows, doors and shutters are divided into six different resistance classes in the EN 1627 standard.