Industry Guide Archives - Bradbury UK

Industry Guide

Common Burglary Tactics & How To Prevent A Burglary

flood defence doors, steel security doors, steel door manufacturer

We have put together this guide to explain how burglars choose their targets and how to determine if you’re a potential target. We then advise on the countermeasures you could implement, or actions you could take, to help you deter burglars and prevent a break-in. Burglars want the easiest time and way to get into

A Guide To School Security & Safety

steel doors, crowd control gates, steel security doors

In order for your staff to do their best work and ensure that your pupils have an enjoyable and rewarding education, you need to ensure your school premises are secure. Of course, most of your buildings will contain pricey but invaluable equipment that’s difficult to replace, so you must ensure everything is secure while your

How We Manufacture a Steel Door

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Bradbury Group’s Technical Director, Paul Sweeting, takes us on a behind the scenes tour of our factory in Scunthorpe to explain the process of manufacturing our steel doors. [embedyt][/embedyt]

Flood Protection System Testing

flood defence doors, steel security doors, steel door manufacturer

Flood protection system testing is a quality control process that subject products to conditions similar to those in a flood. Most systems are tested to BSI’s PAS 1188 standard. Flooding is the most common disaster to befall businesses in the UK, so it’s important to know products have been tested to the right standard. The

Acoustic Testing

steel doors, crowd control gates, steel security doors

Acoustic testing is a type of product testing that determines how effective building elements are at controlling unwanted noise. The UK’s Building Regulations 2010 Part E imposes noise control rules on buildings, making acoustic testing vital for choosing the right elements. Acoustic testing of products must be carried out in accordance with BS EN ISO

Benefits of Third-Party Testing

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Third-party testing and certification: What does it mean? What you need to know: Third-party testing and certification is a quality control process where an independent organisation reviews a product to see if it meets certain standards. The third-party must be certified themselves and capable of testing products to ISO 17020, the international standard for inspecting

Security Accreditations

flood defence doors, steel security doors, steel door manufacturer

If you’re looking to invest in security rated doors or grilles for your business premises, it’s important that you’re aware of the relevant industry standards so you may purchase the equipment that best suits your needs. This will ensure you’re not overpaying for an unnecessary level of security, and you will be able to keep

Fire & Smoke Accreditations

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EXOVA Exova Group is one of the world’s leading laboratory-based testing companies. Their purpose is to make certain that all of the materials and products they test, inspect and certify are always safe in their end application, are of consistent and marketable quality, are compliant with all relevant industry standards and regulations, and are ultimately

LPCB Security Systems Brochure

steel security doors, steel door manufacturer, steel doors

The correct specification of security products and systems is critical in protecting people and property from losses associated with crime and terrorism. BRE Global’s broad range of standards are designed to simulate a variety of circumstances. This could be the likely length of attack, the tools or methods used, or even the likelihood of a

LPCB Façade Security Standards Guide

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The LPCB has created a useful façade security standards guide. It is important that those specifying physical security products understand the various product performance standards available to them and are able to determine which standard best suits the potential threats they face. This guide explains the differences between the standards for forced entry delay provided by