UK (PRWEB UK) 26 February 2015
Designed to protect organisational staff, or at risk individuals, from attacks resulting from robbery or terrorism, these products equally provide protection against attacks from violent extremism or hate crime. CSI Safetell ballistic resistant walls are typically used to clad the inside of any room to form a Panic Room or protective enclosure to safeguard staff in the event of an incident. Walls, ceiling and floor can all be clad as necessary to achieve very high levels of protection, while CSI Safetell security doors continue the same high quality protection at all entry and exit points. CSI Safetell also offer standard Panic Room modules supplied and installed within 10 weeks.
Typically offering protection from firearms, CSI Safetell security doors also recently achieved exceptional performance in blast tests using the new UK Government standard of 500kg of explosive at 28 metres.
Anton Pieterse, Managing Director, explained that CSI and Safetell have decades of experience supplying a wide range of attack protection products, and that while a panic room or enclosure is very useful CSI Safetell can also advise other measures to reduce attack risks. “Our security siphon double door enclosure product is bullet resistant, glazed, and designed to ensure that persons passing through it are observed before they can enter a building, and that multiple persons cannot enter together, minimising the risk of a duress intrusion. Moreover our secondary bullet resistant windows provide protection from shots from adjacent buildings or just protect against shots as a means to break through windows”.
CSI Safetell also offer project management and installation services, for more information call +44 (0) 1322 42 10 00 or visit http://www.csi-safetell.co.uk