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GDUK add to range of SBD products

Secured by Design (SBD) member company GDUK Door Solutions has this week added to their range of products which have achieved Police Preferred Specification.

The company added four doorsets to their product range:

- SL35-S PSXP ESR-B Automatic Sliding Doorset Range
- SL35-S PSXP ESR-2 Automatic Sliding Doorset Range
- PSWING PAS24 - SD Aluminium Doorset Range
- PSWING PAS24 - SPW501 Thermally Broken Aluminium Doorset Range

The products are designed to meet the needs of virtually all types of architectural entrance design, ensuring that everywhere, and in any situation, maximum levels of user friendliness and security are present.

As a successful international company with a sense of tradition, both Gilgen Door Systems (GDUK Door Solutions) research & development and production & administrative operations are headquartered in Switzerland, with their UK production based in Alfreton, Derbyshire.

GDUK exhibited their products at this year’s SBD ATLAS national training conference and exhibition, where nearly 200 Designing Out Crime Officers from every police force in the UK were present to learn how SBD recognised products can be used to deter and reduce crime and build safer communities.


You can find out more about GDUK and their range of products which have achieved Police Preferred Specification here:

James Handley, Sales & Marketing Director GDUK said: “The aforementioned product packages achieving Secured by Design standard further demonstrates Gilgen Door Systems (GDUKDS) commitment to offer unparalleled security rated PAS: 24, LPS1175 SR2 and LPS2081 B as part of our core product offering”.

SBD Senior Development Officer Alfie Hosker said: “GDUK Door Solutions continue to innovate and provide doorsets to a range of security standards. These products offer comfort that they have achieved Police Preferred Specification from PAS24-2016, to the higher Enhanced security tests of LPS1175 SR2 and LPS2081 B, where not many doorsets of this type have achieved an acceptable security rating to the police.”