Swing shutter ANTHOS
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swing shutter
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Characteristics

Type
swing
Material
steel
Product applications
door
Technical characteristics
security, security

Description

All Dierres passion for security items merges with the best steel and generates Anthos. A line of single or double leaves that best suit your house. The key word is also in this case security, thanks to the high security cylinder locking system. The cylinder lock is the most widespread locking type in Europe. It consists of a shaped key that will rotate within a cylindrical device. This is equipped with a special protection against wrenching from the outside, a drill-proof plate, and also, thanks to the opening dimensioned only for the key, the device is protected also from burglary tools. Thanks to the frame and subframe in galvanized steel, the Anthos shutters are a certainty against break-in attempts. The leaf is made out of a boxed perimeter containing inside some oval rods. On the hinge sides some fixed grips have been placed that insert inside appropriate housings. These have an anti-slippage and strengthening role for the whole shutter. The Anthos frame is made out of a black anodized aluminium profile, with spoke edges. The frame is available in different colours: the standard version is in textured green, and also in white, black, anthracite and dark brown or textured RAL colours. The fitting of the Anthos shutters is even more simple and secure with slanted washers for the fitting of the subframe with chemical bolts. These guide the bolts inside the wall improving the strength of the frame itself. Finally, to further increase security and originality, the Anthos shutters, are mounted on micron hinges which allow a perfect fixing also flush with the supporting wall.
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