LPCB Test Footage
Asgard LPCB Test Videos
The following videos were recorded during the tests of the Asgard Centurion / Motorbike Unit conducted by the Loss Prevention Certification Board. Each test has the aim of breaking into the unit, with multiple test being done to ensure all points of break-in have been tested.
The Motorbike garage is built from tough galvanised (weatherproof) steel (1.2 / 18swg). The doors feature reinforcing bracing bars, welded hinges and an innovative (shrouded) 5 point locking system.
Our motorcycle unit features drill and pick resistant Euro cylinder lock. Designed to help to beat the thieves.
|The Doors & Locking Mechanism|
With welded hinges and heavy duty steel construction the Asgard has been accredited by the UK Locksmiths Association and now Loss Prevention Certification Board certified.
|The Side Panels|
A selection of Asgard products are LPCB approved, but what does this mean?
LPCB stands for Loss Prevention Certification Board. The LPCB has been working with industry and government for over 100 years, setting the standards needed to ensure that fire and security products perform effectively.
When you purchase an LPCB approved product, you know that what you are purchasing will help to reduce the risk of fire and theft.
How are LPCB products tested?
For each product type, different requirements and testing procedures take place. To gain LPCB approval of an intruder resistant building, such as an Asgard shed, the following testing is undertaken.
The following tools were used to simulate an opportunistic attack:
- Adhesive tape
- 1 Cable cutter – 150mm long
- Fishing line
- Flexible Plastic coupon
- 1 Glass cutter
- Hexagon wrenches
- 1 Knife – blade 125mm long x 3mm thick
- 1 Lever
- 1 Screwdriver
- 1 Scriber
- Socket/Screwdriver set
- Traction Screws
- Wood/Plastic wedges
For the product to be approved, all aspects of the product need to withstand the attack.