SeceuroGlide Excel Attack Test | High Security Roller Garage Door
The SeceuroGlide Excel was the first roller garage door in the UK to receive LPS 1175 SR1 – the rigorous burglary resistance standard from the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB). To achieve a Level 1 security rating, the Excel had to pass a series of timed attacks which go beyond the requirements of garage doors with lower security ratings. This included a more vigorous, violent attack using bodily force and a range of hand tools. Unlike lower security ratings, which are ‘stealth’ tested, there were no restrictions on how much noise could be made during the test.
Shot at the SWS UK in-house test facility, this video features highlights of the SeceuroGlide Excel being put through its paces in a series of cut, lift and push attack tests, replicating break-in methods used by official testing bodies. For each test the attacker had a maximum of one-minute attack time to gain forced entry, with a maximum test duration of ten minutes. In this video SWS also test an inferior generic roller garage door, which failed all three attack tests within one minute. In real-life, this means an intruder could have gained access to the garage and everything in it in less than sixty seconds!