Force 8 Stable Doors
Available in a smooth or grained finish, makes these stable doors unique to Force 8.
As security is one of the main priorities in the manufacturing process, we use state of the art locking system whereon the top leaf there are 2 hooks and one deadbolts and this is the same with the bottom leaf. Force 8 uses SFS Intec hinges provide for a aesthetically pleasing finish and are fully adjustable – available in a wide range colours.
Our composite doors mimic the traditional timber doors, complete with the rebate. Its hard to tell the difference, but our composite stable doors have all the advantages modern thermal efficiency.
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Stable Door Specification
Force 8’s stable door locking solution incorporates two Yale independent backset security locks: securing both top and bottom leafs.
- Lever operated hook gearbox is used to secure the top leaf or door; whilst a key turn deadbolt gearbox is used in the bottom leaf
- Lockmaster signature hook and anti-lift pins are used on the top and bottom locking devices
- Keyed alike Yale Platinum 3 Star Kitemark cylinder sets to secure both leafs
- Trojan 3D Hinges
- Trojan lever handle
- VEKA frame
- ODL door leaf (reinforced)
- Trisys cassette
- PAS 24:2016 security tested
- BS EN 1670:2007 Grade 5 (480 hours. NSST)
- Tested to a minimum 100,000 cycles
- 10 Year mechanical guarantee
What does ‘certificated’ to PAS 24 actually mean?
The PAS 24 accreditation guarantees that the door you have purchased is monitored by the UKAS accredited certification body which ensures that the door is compliant with PAS 24:2016.
“Enhanced security performance requirements for doorsets and windows in the UK. External doorsets and windows intended to offer a level of security suitable for dwellings and other buildings exposed to comparable risk and the specific and the relevant material specific standard for general performance referenced in BS 6375 Parts 1, 2 and 3.”
PAS24 is a British standards and doors are tested to a set of specifications that are graded either pass or fail. Even if the doorset that has passed is stronger than the minimum requirement, having a minimum standard will encourage engineers to design a door that meets those requirements.