The EN 1627 - 1630 standards present a classification system in six categories (CR1 to CR6 in ascending order of resistance to burglary) and describe the test methods used to assess resistance to human burglary.
Modulo Protect shelters are fitted with Mprotect walls which have been validated at burglar-proof levels ranging from CR2 to CR6 at the CNPP (National Center for Prevention and Protection).
The modular units are prepared with joinery certified according to EN 1627-1630, solid or glazed. The integration of certified joinery guarantees a uniform level of resistance.
The retardant or intrusion proof glazing has a validation of its performance by standard EN 356.
Regarding joinery, simple compliance with the EN 1627 table in the Standards section allows the resistance of the glazing to be validated (levels CR2-CR4).
The CR5-CR6 levels must be completed by an actual test on the glazing itself.