pExtra Guard - high security cylinder lock

Overview

Cylinder locks - pExtra Guard

pExtra Guard has been developed specifically to meet the TS007 3-Star standard for lock cylinders and has undergone rigorous testing prior to its full approval to the new standard.

To provide a counter measure to, amongst others, the increasing threat of snapping locks, the cylinder itself features several layers of protection. In particular, the cylinder features a sacrificial break slot, which ensures that in the event of the cylinder being snapped, the secure core of the lock is retained within the door preventing forced override of the cylinder.

Features

  • Patent protected key blanks, preventing illegal key copying
  • Part of pExtra cylinder family with common components
  • Meets grade 6 security standard EN 1303
  • Available to purchase as a built cylinder
  • Standard Satin Nickel and Satin Brass finishes available
  • Cylinders marked with new TS007, Kitemark, 3-Star engraving
  • Available as a euro profile, double cylinder
  • No need to change door handles to achieve a 3 star rating for your door
  • No additional preparation at the door, simple to retrofit
  • Available keyed to differ and keyed alike
  • Available in a wide range of cylinder sizes
  • Replacement keys only available from Kaba approved partners

pExtra Guard protects your door from all common types of attack:

  • Drilling
  • Picking
  • Bumping
  • Snapping
  • Plug extraction

Applications

pExtra Guard is perfect in many situations:

  • Public and private offices
  • Building complexes
  • Private homes

Functionality

To effectively protect your door, the Door & Hardware Federation in the UK (DHF) advises that the lock cylinder and door handles on external entrance doors should meet the highest standard, and protect against all the latest forms of attack. The DHF advises home and business owners that their lock cylinders should be upgraded to the TS007 Kitemark standard.

Secured by Design (the Association of Chief Police Officer’s crime prevention initiative) has worked with the DHF and the Glass & Glazing Federation (GGF) to develop the TS007 standard.

Source: www.dhfonline.org.uk

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