Window & Door Security Shutters

Our product range has been developed in Britain to provide an architecturally acceptable answer to the growing demand for vandalism and burglary protection on domestic, commercial and retail properties.

The SECEURO range of products are compliant with the latest European product directives and standards including BSEN 13241-1 applicable from the 1st May 2005.

The uniquely neat finish of the Seceuro range of security window shutters is particularly evident when they are built-on to an existing building with compact aluminium boxes, styled to minimise their visual impact.

The slimline finish makes internal fitting of window shutters a frequent choice. Our continuous programme of product development has produced a compact shutter of exceptional strength for small to medium size apertures. Installations nationally protect windows and doors on city centre, suburban and rural homes, offices, factories, sports centres, medical premises, schools, community centres, computer rooms and golf clubs. In short, any building where security is a concern.

OPERATION

Swivel/geared belt Shutters are raised and lowered from inside by a belt. Depending upon shutter size the belt is operated manually or by geared crank handle. This is a lower security option.

Rod crank Shutters are raised and lowered from inside by a geared rod crank winding handle which hangs down vertically underneath the box and secures on a clip when not in use.

Spring loaded For external operation on exit doors, shutters can be spring loaded with a transverse key lock in the bottom slat. Also a popular option for bar, servery, counter, cabinet and kiosk applications. (N.B. The bottom slat projects below the shutter when fully raised, check that this will not obstruct outward opening doors)

Electric Motors are required on larger shutters and are optional on smaller shutters. Tubular motors fit inside the axle and require a 3 amp fuse. Operation is by rocker switch, key switch or remote control. A manual override can be specified to operate from inside. Where desirable a manual override can also be engaged through the outside of an externally fitted shutter box. Under these circumstances a lockable override cover is available as an optional extra to maximise security. Multi-shutter electric installations can be wired to operate from a central or group switches. Ask for further details. Care should be taken to ensure that such installations are in line with current Health and Safety Legislation.

Users must be instructed to operate electric shutters with care, particularly when lowering. Check that the shutter operates smoothly when lowering, do not leave running unattended. If the shutter does not start to descend immediately or falters during operation, stop at once, reverse the shutter and try again. If the problem persists the shutter must be checked by an engineer. If an electric shutter is left to run unattended and damage occurs to the shutter any guarantee is void.

Clear instruction must be given to users on the manual override winding direction to raise the shutter. Winding the shutter downwards beyond the normal stop point will damage the shutter.

Power Requirement

  • A Shutter up to 5sqm/50kg typically draws 1.1A/240W
  • A Shutter up to 10sqm/100kg typically draws 1.5A/320W

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