In the face of a rising number of thefts, more and more building owners rely on security measures. And usually, a break-in starts at the front door. Depending on the risk of a break-in, Unterwaditzer’s burglary resistant doors are available in different “resistance classes”.
Anti-burglary protection RC2 – RC4
The Austrian crime rate rises continuously, especially in metropolitan areas. This causes many building owners and companies that are planning construction to look for more security.
It is one of the most unpleasant thoughts to have one’s private sphere disturbed by unwelcome visitors or to get home after a long day, only to discover that the apartment has been ravaged by thieves. Sometimes, even small precautions are enough to prevent the criminal mind from carrying out their plan. Very often, the front door is the first weak point to be attacked in a flat or house. An anti-burglary door has the ability to disrupt an attempt of forced entry into a room that is worth protecting. The door systems RC-2 – RC-4 come with anti-burglary properties and contribute tremendously to higher security standards.
The so-called resistance class defines the level of a door system’s ability to resist break-in attempts. The former abbreviation WK is derived from the Austrian DIN norm and refers to the German word “Widerstandsklasse”. In the course of internationalization, the term has been translated into English. The abbreviation RC is now common in German-speaking areas as well. On December 1st 2011, the label we use to describe the resistance class changed from WK to RC and the concept was slightly broadened.