Obexion debuts at Security & Counter Terror in London

London, UK

Charter Global will exhibit their Obexion range of security shutters for the first time at this year’s Security and Counter Terror Expo, taking place at Olympia in London next week.

The Obexion team will show case their range of high security roller shutters. The 'Obexion MD SR5' shutter is certified to LPS 1175, Issue 7, SR5 and is designed to provide the highest level of security available for high risk locations such as Critical National Infrastructure, Military and National Security establishments, as well as high value public and commercial premises.

The Obexion team’s dedication to innovation is seen throughout the range of Obexion shutters. Through the intelligent use of lightweight material, primarily aluminium, the team have been able to use profiles never seen before, or roll sizes not known in the shutter industry previously. Innovation has meant that the Obexion range is lighter and stronger. Making the Obexion security shutter ideal for use in hostile environments such as blast, ballistic, ram and riot.

Charter Global also introduced the keyless Lockdown technology meaning that these shutters require no auxiliary locking system and eliminate the need for keys and pinson locks. Additionally, the shutters will lock in any stop position, whether they are fully closed or not. This means the shutters cannot be forced open to gain entry, which is a key weakness in other security shutters. This makes Obexion shutters with Lockdown technology ideal as the first point of entry for any facility.

Obexion shutters have a full range of controls including push button, key, radio control or they can be integrated into building management and third party alarm systems. Electronic monitoring and alarms are available as options for higher risk environments.

The Obexion range are designed as the only security shutters without any auxiliary locking for LPS 1175, Issue 7, SR3, SR4 and SR5, and the most secure certified perforated shutter lath, to LPS 1175, Issue 7, SR2 and SR3.


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