As an innovator in certified physical security for asset protection, Technocover will be demonstrating the depth and breadth of its LPCB approved steel systems for the hardening of every type of site against unauthorised access. The Mid Wales-based expert in turnkey high security, including UltraSecure doors, access covers, enclosures, access control and accessories, will be participating in LPCB’s highly anticipated Live Lab over the two days of the show.
Visitors will be able to view the engineered resistance of its products under simulated physical attack by LPCB’s certification test team. Technocover will be supplying compliant and non-compliant specimens of an LPCB SR3 (security rating 3) Sentinel Lite enclosure with side vents and cable entry cat-flap as part of the dramatic tests which replicate different levels of attack risk posed by criminals and their chosen tools.
Physical security for industry
More of the company’s product capability can be seen on stand H40 alongside leading brands within the HS Security portfolio of physical security for industry and the urban environment (part of Hill and Smith Holdings PLC). On show will be an example of an UltraSecure LPCB certified (SR4) mesh enclosure, whose modular design can be configured into large and complex secure enclosures for utilities, energy, transport, industrial and other sites.
Equipment can be assembled offsite and lifted into position to overcome challenging site constraints
Equipment can be assembled offsite and lifted into position to overcome challenging site constraints, speeding up installation in order to reduce downtime or even permitting the asset to remain live during the process. In addition, the Technocover ‘Tardis’ will showcase four LPCB approved doors, with security ratings 2, 3, 4 and 5, and a variety of LPCB certified accessories essential to ensuring the holistic performance of the door in line with its security rating.
Options on display include different types of entry and exit control, vision panels, door closers and vents among numerous accessories for adapting security provision to specific operational and location needs. The Technocover team will highlight the company’s Total Service approach to bespoke asset protection evolved over 25 years of designing, manufacturing and installing LPCB approved systems for critical infrastructure and the built environment.
In line with the show’s theme of ‘Evolving Security Through innovation’, this specialised work demonstrates the company’s deep experience and ingenuity in resolving complex functionality within the scope of LPCB certification. Variations on the modular cage on show, for example, are solving growing demand for the secure containment of CBR (chemical, biological and radioactive) materials and controlled substances in laboratories, medical facilities, pharmacies, process and production sites.
Protective cage and access system
A recent project involved the design of a special protective cage and access system to secure a refrigerator and incubator within a university unit. Meeting the need for external visibility of the protected assets, Technocover designed and installed a five-sided cage system, tested and approved to LPCB SR4 (LPS 1175 Issue 7; cert no 450i). The company has just achieved an updated LPCB 450i certificate for a ‘Hybrid Case System’ with the options of solid panel construction, a removable roof, or sliding roof access hatch for even greater flexibility to meet operational needs.