SS-EN-1063 › Glass in building - Security glazing - Testing and classification of resistance against bullet attack
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This standard specifies performance requirements and test methods for the classification of the bulletresistance of glass (consisting of one or more layers of glass) and glass/plastic composites. NOTE 1: The term "bullet-resistant glazing" applies to products that have the obvious characteristics of glass, but it is understood to include also laminated products of glass and plastics. This standard applies to: -- attack by handguns, rifles and shotguns; -- glazing in buildings, for interior and exterior use; NOTE 2: For interior use at a temperature of 18 ± 5 °C. For exterior use the influence of outside temperature and weathering should be considered. Any additional requirements should be agreed between the purchaser and the vendor. -- the glazing product itself, assuming proper fixing; NOTE 3: The protection provided by bullet-resistant glazing depends not only on the product itself, but also upon the design and fixing of the glass.
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13.310 (Protection against crime Including security services, security procedures, burglar alarm devices, burglary resisting materials and equipment, bullet resisting materials and equipment, anti-theft devices for vehicles, safes, strong rooms, etc.)
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May 26, 2000