Obexion UD SR2 Shutter
Suitable for protecting risks in the domestic or commercial environment, the Obexion UD SR2 shutter has been certified to LPS 1175, SR2 and is designed to withstand attack by a determined opportunist using bodily force and mechanically advanced tools of medium size.
Unique to the Obexion UD SR2 Shutter is the tested and LPS 1175 certified perforated roller shutter curtain profile. Ideally suited to low to moderate risk applications, this Obexion perforated security shutter ensures the security of the building is not compromised.
Suitable for mitigating low to medium-risk in various applications, the Obexion security roller shutter can also feature additional enhancements such as RapiDeploy security technology. RapiDeploy ensures swift closure of the security roller shutter in emergency situations.
Independently tested by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB), this security shutter is the only perforated shutter that is certified to LPS 1175: Issue 7, SR2 on the market.
SR2 Shutter Unique Features
- Certified to LPS 1175 Issue 7 SR2
- The only perforated SR2 Shutter available.
- Featuring LockDown security technology
Suitable for medium risk applications
The Obexion UD SR2 shutter is best suited for low- to medium-risk applications including public facilities, such as Retail outlets, Museums & Galleries and Transport hubs. Full range of compatible controls including; push button switch, key switch, radio control or possible to integrate into building management systems and third party alarms.
Perforated options for ventilation
The Obexion UD SR2 security shutter system can be fully perforated to maintain airflow without compromising security. This is the only security roller shutter on the market to be certified to LPS 1175: Issue 7 with perforated ventilation options.
LockDown security technology
LockDown technology is a unique feature that all Obexion certified security shutters benefit from. LockDown works by allowing the security shutter to operate as standard in normal circumstances, but when any upward force is applied to either the shutter lath or bottom rail, the profiles lock. This prevents the SR2 shutter from being lifted. Find out more here.