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Go for break-ins proof windows!

We all are well aware about the theft rates in our country and it’s become very easy for criminals to break easy and ordinary windows. So, opt for burglaries resistant smart window solutions which will resist theft attempts and as a result wrongdoers usually ran away in few minutes only.

Now it’s high time to choose safety for your loved once.

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A smart way to thwart attempted break-ins

aluplast’s innovative windows, keeps you safe by reducing the chance of break-ins and easy openings. Look smart and feel secure with aluplast energeto series. The fixed interior profile web for the third seal all around the window frame improves thermal insulation and prevents the sash from being forced open easily.

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Bonding technology with added safety

Our strong R&D methodology always keeps us ahead in the market. We are offering a wide array of bonded glass panes. We were the first one who used bonded glass panes in the building construction materials industry. Because we admire the need of our customer and it’s our responsibility to serve the best and for us technology advancement is our motto at aluplast. The window's glass pane is bonded all the way round the profile. The adhesive provides an extra strong bond between the pane and the sash: the best way to prevent the sash from being snooped open and also an essential requirement for burglary resistance class RC2. At the same time, your windows will remain dimensionally stable, and they can be opened and closed smoothly, even after many years of use.

Technical Room

In the past, a range of resistance classes were used to differentiate between categories of burglary resistance. In September 2011, a new series of European standards was published in relation to burglary protection. The new standard (DIN EN 1627) now differentiates between RC 1 N to RC 6. RC stands for resistance class.

The following table lists the assumed mode of break-in for resistance classes RC 1 N to RC 6.

DIN EN 1627 DIN V ENV 1627 (valid until 09/2011) Period of resistance Type of burglar / method used
RC 1 N 3 min Components in this category only offer basic protection against attempted break-ins using physical strength, such as kicking, pulling, etc. In this class, only windows with standard glass are listed.
RC 2 N without safety glass 3 min Here, opportunist burglars use simple tools, such as screwdrivers, pliers, chocks, etc., to force open the locked component. As an attack on the glass should be ruled out, this glass uses standard glass only.
RC 2 3 min The type of burglar and method used are the same as the previous class. However, safety glass in accordance with EN 356 is required from class RC 2 and above.
RC 3 5 min The practised criminal uses an additional screwdriver and crowbar to break open the locked element.
RC 4 10 min To break in, the experienced criminal uses impact tools, saws and a cordless drill.
RC 5 15 min In addition, the experienced criminal uses electrical tools, such as drills, jigsaws, reciprocating saws and angle grinders with a maximum diameter of 125 mm.
RC 6 20 min The only difference to the previous resistance class is the use of an angle grinder with a maximum diameter of 250 mm.