A door against petty thieves

A door against petty thieves

CBX 60

Burglar-proof, bulletproof and fire resistant  armoured door.

Our CBX 60 is an armoured door completely adaptable to the needs of each project. You choose the level of protection you require for your project and we take care of manufacturing a door that fits 100% to the technical and aesthetical requirements.

The door ensures an RC3 to RC5 burglary resistance (EN 1627) depending on your requirements. In addition, depending on the model, it offers FB2 or FB3 bulletproof certification (EN 1522), as well as EI30, EI60 or EI90 fire resistance (EN 1634).

This type of door is particularly ideal for those premises that, in accordance with ministerial order 317:2011 of 1st February, are obliged to include an armoured area with an access door with at least a BR2 category in compliance with regulation UNE-EN 1063. Premises like lottery shops or betting shops, as well as those companies that specialize in the transportation of notes and coins, security titles or precious objects.

Choose your burglar-proof protection level

In compliance with regulation UNE EN 1627:2011, doors can classify from RC1 to RC6 depending on the level of resistance against burglary attempts.


(EN 1627)

RC1 Occasional Small and simple tools, physical force. /
RC2 Occasional The aforementioned and simple tools like screwdriver or saw. 15 mins
RC3 Moderate The aforementioned and additional tools (small hammer, screwdrivers, etc.). 20 mins
RC4 Experimented The aforementioned and heavy hammer, axe, wood chisel… 30 mins
RC5 Experimented The aforementioned and electrical tools (drill, angle grinder…) 40 mins
RC6 Experimented The aforementioned and powerful electrical tools (grinder, impact hammer…) 50 mins


What is bumping?

It is an illegal door-opening technique through the use of a key or carving introduced inside the door’s cylinder and, after a series of gentle “bumps” with a screwdriver or similar tool, the pins in the lock are forced to the shear line and the key turns opening the door. When correctly performed, this technique can produce the opening of a door in a few seconds and without any noise. Therefore, the use of anti-bumping locks is recommended.

What is duralumin?

It is an aluminium alloy containing copper, magnesium, manganese and silicon. Nowadays, it usually refers to the copper and aluminium alloys (series 2000 according to the International Alloy Designation System- IADS). It is highly resistant to room temperature but has a low resistance to corrosion and is not appropriate for anodizing.

What is the Rockwell hardness?

The Rockwell hardness or test consists of a method to determine the hardness (or resistance) of a material when it is penetrated. It is often used due to its simplicity since it consists in preparing a material on a flat surface on the base of the machine. A pre-charge of less than 10 kg is applied to the material (to eliminate elastic deformation), followed by a force of between 60 and 150 kg during 15 seconds. Once the load is released, with the help of a Rockwell durometer, we obtain the value of the hardness. There are two types of penetrators: spherical balls made of hardened steel and a conic penetrator in diamond and with a rounded apex forming a spherical cap (the latter is used for the hardest materials).

What level of security do I need?

Where do you want to install the door? A home? A lottery shop? An office? The type and level of security will depend on the use given to the door. For instance, lottery shops require by law a minimum FB2 bulletproof protection. In this case, there is no option to choose between the different levels of bulletproof security. However, what happens when the door is going to be used in a private house? The answer to this question will entirely depend on you. What experience have you had with intrusion threats? How safe is your neighbourhood? Are you looking to prevent a burglary attempt? Your specific needs will determine the type and level of protection. Get in touch with our team of experts and they will study your project to offer you the systems that best adapt to your particular situation.

What finishing can I pick for my door?

We offer a wide range of finishings. You can choose between any of the RAL chart, a wooden effect or our exclusive anodized (shine, mate or sanding and repolishing). The selection of the final finishing depends on your aesthetic needs, as well as on the higher or lower durability of the materials.

In security systems, why is a steel frame required?

Steel is a very resistant material often used in security systems. The frame is fixed to the wall and is the element of the door on which the bolts are anchored when it is closed with the key. When the frame is not in line with the door’s leaf, is its very probable that it will turn and make the door fall, not protecting in the appropriate way.

Protect yourself with our maximum security solutions

Protect yourself with our maximum security solutions