The Expanded Metal Company relaunches Securilath range

The Expanded Metal Company relaunches Securilath range

The Expanded Metal Company has relaunched the ExMesh Securilath range of physical security products, in line with their Loss Prevention Certification Board certification.

The ExMesh Securilath range is now available in SR1, SR2, SR3 versions, which match their accreditations under LPCB LPS 1175: Issue 7.

Forming part of our ExMesh range of security solutions, ExMesh Securilath is designed for installation between walls, ceilings and roofs and has been developed as a discreet method to target harden the most critical of areas.

The range, which provides additional security for walls, ceilings and partitions, now comprises ExMesh Securilath SR1, a lightweight option; ExMesh Securilath SR2, a heavyweight option; and ExMesh Securilath SR3, a double skinned option. At its highest certification level (SR3), ExMesh Securilath can protect against forced entry using tools such as axes, crowbars, hacksaws and cordless drills. The SR1 version holds LPS 1175 SR1 certification 731b03, the SR2 version holds both LPS 1175 SR2 certification 731b01 and LPS 1175 SR1 certification 731b02, and the SR3 version holds LPS 1175 SR3 certification 731b04.

George Hutchinson, product manager for ExMesh , commented:

"Our products are developed to ensure end users are able to safeguard their premises with a robust security solution, and the fact that these products hold LPCB security ratings means that facilities owners and operators can have the confidence in the level of protection they offer.

We aim to enhance areas which can leave a facility vulnerable to physical infiltration, and our ExMesh Securilath is a versatile material which can be easily situated within internal and external walls, ceilings, roofs and windows, with the aim of delaying intruders from creating an aperture large enough to gain entry to a premises."

Philip Astley, managing director of The Expanded Metal Company, added:

"Our ExMesh Securilath range is widely used across the security and construction sectors and it represents just one of the many innovations we have developed in response to security threats, both national and global."