Technical features

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Thermal insulation

A  security door ensures good thermal insulation when it is in able to prevent the heat exchange between two environments.

The heat transmission, calculated through the instructions contained in the UNI standard EN ISO 10077-1: 2018 and ISO 10077-2: 2018, mainly depends on the conformation of the sample and the materials used. Each material has its own coefficient of thermal conductivity: the lower the coefficient, the lower the attitude of the material a transmit heat.

Acoustic insulation

Acoustic insulation is the property of a security door to prevent or to mitigate the passage of noise from one environment to another.

The determination of sound insulation takes place according to the requirements of the standard UNI EN ISO 10140-1: 2016. The test environment consists of two chambers, one of the which, defined "emitting room", contains the source of noise, while in the other, defined as the “receiver”, the microphone and the detection equipment are positioned. The sample to be tested is installed between two rooms.

Air, water, wind permeability

It is the ability to prevent the passage of air and water through the security door and the mechanical resistance of the security door to gusts of wind.

The air tests (according to UNI EN 1026: 2016 and UNI EN 12207: 2017), water (according to UNI EN 1027: 2016 and UNI EN 12208: 2000) and wind (according to UNI EN 12211: 2016 and UNI EN 12210: 2016) are performed in succession, on the same sample test, installed on a special equipment that creates a watertight seal between external and internal environment in order to highlight only the behaviour of the frame