If you’re looking for a solution to your car park security needs, whether it’s for 10 or 200 parking spaces, the LBS Portcullis Grille is the perfect product.
Boasting an impressive 78% free air, it is excellent for providing ventilation to underground / under-croft car parks which helps reduce the amount of mechanical ventilation (i.e. extractors/vent systems) required.
Consisting of aluminium tubes & links, assorted on steel rods either in a brickbond or in-line pattern. Complete with 40%-100% rated duty cycle direct drive or flange mounted motors, these shutters are ideal for high use.
LBS Brickbond grilles can be interfaced with existing access control/building management systems, ANPR cameras, radars/induction loops, and can be controlled via standalone fob transmitters with auto-timed closing.
Option for openings that require mixed vehicle/pedestrian use, providing there is enough room, we can install a permanently fixed steel support for our shutter. Reducing the clear width for vehicles but enabling a personnel door with matching curtain infill to be fitted. This door can come with a wide variety of ironmongery, including panic bars, coded digi-locks, & maglocks.
The portcullis car park grille, like all our car park shutters, is compliant to BS-EN regulations for doors with automatic opening and closing (BS EN 12453:2001). However, our grilles are also fitted with high-level photocells to prevent entrapment of any object that could be connected / hanging on to the curtain that could potentially be rolled up inside the casing.
CE-marked 01 May 2005
BS EN 12604 (2000) Mechanical aspects – Requirements
BS EN 12453 (2001) Safety in use of power operated doors – Requirements
BS EN 12424 (2000) Resistance to wind load: Class 5
BS EN 12206-1 (2004) Application of architectural powder coating
Achieving approximately 85% free air
Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity in accordance with the Construction Products Directive 89/106/EEC
Manufacturer’s Declaration of Incorporation in accordance with the Machinery Directive 98/37/EC