The correct security level

What protection requirements does the property have? This is a crucial question which determines which Hammerglass solution will be best in each individual case. What is the primary threat, and is the aim to improve personal safety or to prevent and impede vandalism or burglary? Here we present the different requirements within each protection class and what we can offer. Our unbreakable glazing solutions include security and safety classes up to P8B (the highest security class for anti-burglar grilles/roller shutters) – as well as ballistic and explosion protection.

 

  P3A-P4A
Vandal/Smash-&-Grab
P5A
Vandal/Smash-&-Grab
P6B
Inbrott
P7B
Inbrott
P8B
Inbrott
BR1-NS
Handeldvapen/Gevär .22L
Beskjutning
BR4-NS
Handeldvapen .357 Magnum
Beskjutning
BR6-NS
Gevär 7.62x51 mm
Beskjutning
EXR1
Explosion
EXR2
Explosion
Hammerglass Enkel
4 mm
x                  
Hammerglass Enkel
6 mm
x x x x            
Hammerglass Enkel
8 mm
x x x x x          
Hammerglass Enkel
10 mm
x x x x x          
Hammerglass Enkel
12 mm
x x x x x          
Hammerglass Isoler
6 mm (HMG06-12-4.41)
x x x x x          
Hammerglass ADD-ON x x x x x          
Hammerglass BR1NS x x x x x x        
Hammerglass BR4NS x x x x x x x      
Hammerglass BR6NS x x x x x x x x    
Hammerglass EXR1
12 mm
                x  
Hammerglass EXR2
12 mm
                x x

 

SECURITY LEVELS & CLASSIFICATIONS

 

PERSONAL PROTECTION / SAFETY FILM
EN 12600 - PENDULUM IMPACT TEST
Form and size of pendulum: Weight of two pneumatic tyres 50 kg
Standard replaces SS 224426, SS 224455

CLASS DROP HEIGHT HAMMERGLASS PRODUCT
CLASS 3 190 mm SafeCoat Safe 400
CLASS 2 450 mm SafeCoat Safe 400
CLASS 1 1200 mm SafeCoat Safe 700

 

PROTECTION AGAINST VANDALISM / SMASH-AND-GRAB
EN 356 - DROPPED METAL SPHERE

Metal sphere 4110 g
Target: Triangle 130 mm, 20 mm, 3 drops, no penetration of the glass
The standard replaces SS 224427, Class A1, A2 and A3

CLASS DROP HEIGHT  LAMINATED GLASS HAMMERGLASS PRODUCT
P1A 1500 mm - SafeCoat 800 Mil
P2A 3000 mm - SafeCoat 1200 Mil
P3A 6000 mm - HMG 4 mm - 4,8 kg/m²
P4A 9000 mm 10 mm - 22 kg/m² HMG 4 mm - 4,8 kg/m²
P5A 9000 mm (3x3 in triangle, 50 mm) 10 mm - 22 kg/m² HMG 6 mm - 7,2 kg/m²

 

PROTECTION AGAINST BREAK-INS
EN 356 - AXE BLOWS

Axe head weight 2,0 kg
A 40x40 cm hole is made
The standard replaces SS 224428 Class B1, B2 and B3

CLASS BLOWS SWE STANDARD SF-200 LAMINATED GLASS
HAMMERGLASS PRODUCT
P6B 30-50 Class 1 & 2 12 mm - 30 kg/m
15 mm - 38 kg/m²
HMG 6 mm - 7,2 kg/m²
P7B 51-70 Class 3 19 mm - 42 kg/m² HMG 6 mm - 7,2 kg/m²
P8B 71< Class 3

21 mm - 43 kg/m²
24 mm - 54 kg/m²

HMG 8 mm - 9,6 kg/m²
HMG 10 mm - 12,0 kg/m²
P8B 71< Class 3 - HMG Insulate 6 mm
HG06-12-4.41
P8B 71< Class 3 - HMG Security Windows

 

SECURITY GLAZING / BULLET RESISTANCE
EN 1063

CLASS WEAPON CALIBER DISTANCE VELOCITY SHOTS LAMINATED GLASS HMG PRODUCT
BR1-NS Handgun/Rifle .22 LR 10 m 360 m/s 3  - HMG RABS 12 mm
with 4 mm sacrificial screen
BR2 Handgun 9 mm x19 Parabellum 5 m 400 m/s 3  - -
BR3 Handgun .357 Magnum 5 m 430 m/s 3  - -
BR4-NS Handgun .44 Magnum 5 m 440 m/s 3 47 mm - 118 kg/m² HMG BR4NS
23 mm - 54,0 kg/m²
BR5 Rifle 5.56x45 mm 10 m 950 m/s 3  - -
BR6-NS Rifle 7.62x51 mm 10 m 830 m/s 3 63 mm - 159 kg/m² HMG Br6NS
39 mm - 90,0 kg/m²
BR7 Rifle 7.62x51 mm 10 m 820 m/s 3  - -

 

SECURITY GLAZING / EXPLOSION RESISTANCE
EN 13123/13124-2

CLASS CHARGE DISTANCE PRESSURE Pso IMPULSE Iso HMG PRODUCT
EXR1 3 kg 5 m 0,75 bar 1,05 bar/ms HMG 12 mm
EXR2 3 kg 3 m 2,3 bar 1,65 bar/ms HMG 12 mm
EXR3 12 kg 5,5 m 1,7 bar 2,25 bar/ms -
EXR4 12 kg 4 m 3,6 bar 3,00 bar/ms -
EXR5 20 kg 4 m 6,3 bar> 4,20 bar/ms -
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