Security doors from Mal Glanville & Co have become a regular feature of many urban households. They are inexpensive and available in all price ranges. The simples ones only have a few features but the more expensive ones have a wide range of security options. They are of great utility in communities where the rate of crime is higher. They can detect and prevent most break-ins and can result in significant cost savings. The domestic versions are cheaper and fulfil the need of most clients.
The most basic features security doors Newcastle have is of laser detectors. There are laser beams installed score the height of the door that detect any person passing through them. Multiple laser beams can be installed that allow a person of any height to be detected. They run on electricity and can be connected to a house’s main grid. Their energy consumption is minimal and they can be left on all day. They are mostly turned on during the night time when the residents of the house are asleep.
They require minimal maintenance and a weekly check-up with the technician is enough to ensure safe operation and uninterrupted functionality. The technology that powers the laser beams has undergone a revolutionary change over the past two decades or so. The newer versions of laser beams are more perceptive and also energy efficient. They structure can be fitted on the place of a regular door and can be painted over so that it becomes undetectable. Any intruder would have a hard time distinguishing a security door from the wall it is installed in. This makes it even more effective.
Another feature of security doors is a metallic detector. This feature is especially used in places like offices corporate buildings and places of transit such as airport. The risk of terrorism has increased the demand the metal detectors. Built in metal detectors have many benefits over the conventional hand-held types. They are more accurate and can detect more types of metals. This is especially true seeing that most weapons these days are made of alloys and lighter metals such as aluminium.
The older types of metal detectors only detect iron, steel, chromium and a few other metals. The latest versions that are fitted inside security doors can detect more types of metals. Many airports these days have security protocols that require metal detecting security doors to be installed at all important points of entry and exit. Such metal detecting security doors are also installed in the airplanes themselves. These doors screen passengers for prohibited metals and weapons as they board the aircraft. This has reduced instances of terrorism by a huge deal. Their success, improved features and cost efficiency has made them the preferred choice of many customers. Their main customer base remains corporate clients and airports.