With resistance class RC4, swissFineLine Protect sliding windows offer the highest level of burglary protection on the market today.
Window quality is a decisive factor in residents’ safety and the security of their possessions. Windows and terrace doors are criminals’ preferred point of entry and are targeted in 87% of burglaries. High-quality burglary protection in window elements often leads burglars to abandon their efforts entirely.
swissFineLine Protect is available in resistance classes RC2, RC3 and RC4 (DIN EN 1627) and thus offers a level of protection tailored to your specific needs.
The higher the resistance class of windows and doors, the harder they are to break in through. Fixtures and structural elements in resistance class RC1 only offer a low level of burglary protection that intruders can often overcome relatively quickly. By contrast, in the higher resistance classes, criminals require far more time and additional equipment to break into a house.
swissFineLine offers windows with resistance class RC4 – a level of protection that can repel even professionally planned burglaries.
swissFineLine windows in resistance class RC4 are capable of repelling even the most extreme break-in attempts with heavy-duty equipment. As a result, they offer maximum personal protection and property security.
The higher the resistance class, the harder it is for criminals to break in. Fixtures and components in resistance class RC1 only offer a low level of burglary protection that intruders can often overcome relatively quickly. By contrast, in the higher resistance classes, criminals require far more time and additional equipment to break in.
Best resistance times: the longer a window holds out against an attack, the more likely the criminals are to give up.
Resistance time: 30 seconds.
Fixtures and components in resistance class RC1 only offer a low level of protection against lever-type tools.
Resistance time: 3 minutes.
Effective protection against opportunist burglars who attempt to break in through closed, locked windows with simple tools like screwdrivers, pliers and wedge tools.
Resistance time: 5 minutes.
Thwarts break-in attempts that attempt to open the locked window with a second screwdriver, a crowbar or a simple drilling tool.
Resistance period 10 minutes.
The experienced perpetrator will additionally use sawing tools and striking tools, such as an axe, a crowbar, a hammer and chisel, as well as a cordless power drill.
Bullet-resistant windows in resistance classes FB4-NS and FB6-NS