Sunray success at Counter Terror Expo

by | Aug 22, 2016

At counter Terror Expo (Olympia 21-22 April) , Sunray – the Ashford in Kent based leading UK designer, manufacturer and installers of steel commercial doors, fire doors, certified security doors, industrial doors and steel louvre systems – Sunray exhibited its full range of LPS1175 Security rated doors.

Sunray’s most recent addition is a new Inward opening single, leaf and a half and double ExcluDoor® security doorset, (the door can be specified up to a full height of 3.075m), having just undergone the extensive accreditation process, where the door achieved rating approval to Loss Prevention Certification Board standard LPS1175: Issue 7 – SR3 and SR4 when installed in conjunction with the Pickersgill-Kaye surface mounted HS100 Series multi-point lock security system.

“Many of our customers have an ongoing need for our high performance, certified security solutions and doors,” stated David Evans, Sunray’s Managing Director. “We have a wide portfolio of installations throughout the UK and beyond and many of the critical Government departments, banks, utility and infrastructure companies specify our products where security, integrity, reliability and even product aesthetics are all important factors in meeting their requirements – and that’s the perfect testimony for what Sunray delivers.”

Counter Terror Expo is the leading annual international event that’s dedicated to mitigating the threat of terrorism and attracts 300+ exhibitors and over 8,500 attendees all looking to explore solutions for threat mitigation, protection against attacks and to understand the risks they face.

When it comes to designing and manufacturing independently certified high security doors and products with high levels of physical attack resistance up to SR6 security rating to protect at risk commercial installations and high security national infrastructure, Sunray both delivers and constantly pushes forward the boundaries.

Sunray’s Keith D’Abrera receiving the LPCB Certificate for inward opening security doors.