Welshpool (Powys) based Technocover Limited is one of the latest companies to renew their membership with Secured by Design, the official police security initiative.
Technocover is an approved Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) ISO 9001:2015 Quality (450-QMS) and ISO 14001:20015 Environmental (450-EMS) company. Its prime activity is the provision of third party approved steel systems for the protection of assets within the CNI (Critical National Infrastructure) sector, especially water, gas, electricity, rail and telecommunications. Other markets include health estate, educational establishments, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, as well as data centres and renewable energy.
Since September 1993, Technocover have been designing and manufacturing innovative high security steel systems meeting rigorous performance standards for asset and property protection in both the public and private sector. Over the years the company has gained a reputation as the UK’s leading supplier of advanced, certificated physical security, backed by a comprehensive design-to-install service. Establishments in the UK and overseas seek their expertise in the protection of assets against threats of contamination, theft and unauthorised access, including risks of terrorism.
Technocover’s range of certificated high security galvanised steel UltraSecure products include access covers, doors, cabinets/kiosks and enclosures, walk-in modular buildings, mesh cages, partitions and panels, louvres and window bar sets. You can find out more about Technocover and their extensive range of Secured by Design accredited products here: https://www.securedbydesign.com/member-companies/sbd-members?view=companydetail&account=0011i00000JpvkXAAR
Hazel Goss, Secured by Design said: “It's been a pleasure to renew contracts with Technocover Limited. The company manufactures a wide range of products covering areas for access covers, doors, locks & hardware, safes & secure enclosures, security grilles and shutters. I am looking forward to working with them for many more years to come”.
Terry Batten Marketing Manager at Technocover said: “Our attack-tested LPS 1175 Issue 8 certificated UltraSecure structures provide risk-appropriate protection against break-ins & attempts at theft or damage by criminals & vandals, providing effective physical access solutions to protect assets from unauthorised entry & the costly disruption of services”.
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