Aenor Certification

AENOR is a quality mark that identifies certified doors and guarantees:

  • Comply with the requirements contained in the technical standards that are applicable to it.
  • The doors are subjected to periodic checks to check their conformity with these standards.
Eurosegur security doors are committed to quality and thus demonstrate through facts and independently that their security doors are the best option on the market.

The AENOR Quality Certification Mark grants customers:

Trust: Certified Eurosegur doors are built following the best practices recognized in the sector.
Quality: management system of the company subject to certification.
Guarantee of continuous improvement and improvement to achieve and maintain the certification.
Impartiality of the body that assesses and grants certification.
Differentiation with respect to other market doors not valued or certified.

CE Mark

CE Mark of windows and doors for exterior pedestrians and windows of tjadao UNE EN 14351-1:2006.

The CE Mark is a technical declaration for the marketing of the door in all member countries of the European Union that guarantees:

  • The door complies with the minimum health and safety requirements applicable to it.
  • Assessment procedures have been carried out to verify the conformity of these requirements.

Why CE Mark is important

Because they guarantee that Eurosegur complies with the obligations imposed by the CE Mark and that therefore:

  • It has carried out the initial tests on the door in a notified laboratory to verify that the door and its technical documentation comply with the requirements established by the applicable regulations.
  • It has implemented a factory production control system that ensures that the doors it sells are in accordance with the characteristics declared in the CE labelling.
  • It has prepared the documentation addressed to the individual that accompanies all the manufactured doors.
    – Declaration of Conformity of the CE: which holds it responsible for compliance with the CE marking.
    – CE labelling: of all doors with the results obtained.
    – Instruction Manual: with recommendations for routine door maintenance. Important per als professionals.

The CE Mark allows:

  • The free movement of goods: the opportunity to access the entire European Union market through the CE Marking, without having to carry out tests or approvals at their destinations.
  • A common technical environment: which fosters mutual trust between Member States, so that the tests and certificates carried out in any of them have the same legal validity.

Safety Testing

Aenor Brand of Certified Product:
For the marketing of the door in all EU member countries it guarantees that the door is in accordance with the minimum health and safety requirements that are applicable to it, and that AENOR has carried out the evaluation procedures to verify the conformity of these requirements.
CE Mark UNE-EN 14351-1:1:2066+A1.
Technical declaration for the placing on the market of the door in all member countries of the European Union which ensures that the door complies with the minimum health and safety requirements applicable to it and that the manufacturer has carried out the assessment procedures to verify the conformity of these requirements.
Air resistance UNE-EN 1026:2000:
Air permeability defines the amount of air that passes from pressure through a closed door. The door is classified with a degree ranging from CLASS 0 (untested) to CLASS 4 (the one with the highest permeability and best classification).
Wind resistance UNE-EN 12211:2000:
Determines resistance to deterioration by wind loads. The door is classified from CLASS 0 to CLASS 5 (wind load classification) and CLASS A, B, C (front relative arrow classification). Where the maximum classification is C5.
Thermal insulation UNE-EN ISO 10077-2:2003:
Thermal transmittance is the amount of heat that is exchanged with the outside. This indicates the amount of energy that is lost when it passes through the surface of the door. The lower the value of the coefficient, the higher the quality of the product. The CTE allows a maximum value of 3.10 W/m2k.
Against noise UNE-EN ISO 10140:2011:
The sound insulation of a door is the ability of it to counteract the noise from the outside. The noise inside a 60 dB building, the sound reduction of the doors offers a similar atmosphere in the forest. And in the case of those of the exterior doors with a street noise of 80 dB an atmosphere similar to a library.
Bullet resistance UNE-EN 1522:1999:
It classifies the doors according to their resistance to the impact of the bullet with revolvers or pistols, rifles or shotguns against the door.
Durability UNE-EN 1191:2013:
It classifies the mechanical durability of door opening cycles after a defined number of manoeuvring cycles.
Against theft UNE-EN 1627:2011:
It classifies doors based on their ability to resist forced entry attempts using physical force and with the help of predefined tools. The doors are classified with resistance class 1 to 6 where Class 1 is the one with the least resistance to attack and class 6 is the one that presents the maximum resistance.
Against theft UNE 85160:2013:
Complementary standard to the UNE-EN 1627:2011. It establishes additional criteria for the classification of the doors focusing the attack exclusively on the locking system (lock, protector and cylinder). The European regulation (minimum CLASS 3) must be added the resistance level of the closure system: A (medium) / B (high) / C (maximum).