MI Products: FX15 Threshold gets SBD

FX15 Threshold gets SBD
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Date: 24 June 2019

FX15, the complete Document Q, Part M threshold from leading hardware specialist MI Products is now Secured by Design. It has successfully passed PAS 24 and BS6375 part 1 and 2 tests, for security, weather performance and ease of use.

The latest test results were the final part to achieve Secured by Design certification and add to the FX15 threshold achieving Part M and ADQ compliance for accessibility.

The genuine 15mm low threshold boasts a clever security mechanism, featuring a “Slide and Lock” shoot bolt striker system and a fixed security mushroom. As the door closes, the fixed security mushroom engages into its striker. By locking the door, the shoot bolts are engaged and the door can’t disengage, lift or drop.

Ian Searle, Director at MI Products, says: “We have designed and developed FX15 to be the complete solution for fabricators and installers. We want to make it easier for our customers to meet both Building Regulations and demands from homeowners wanting an accessible, easy to use and secure door.

“Thanks to the exclusive design of the FX15 and the impressive test results, we are adding new large fabricators to our customer base. Fabricators across the UK are taking on the compliant threshold for the exclusive benefits it offers.

“Customers are also choosing to switch to FX15 because of the ease of manufacturing. We’ve had a lot of positive feedback as the FX15 can be ‘built from the box’, with no complicated jigging or routing needed, which makes it quicker and reduces waste.

“All new setups have benefitted from our no quibble onsite support from our expert, happy to help team and our next day delivery promise.”

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