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Certified RC2 burglar-resistant doors and windows are a result of the above features
What is the RC2 burglar resistance class?
The acronym RC (which stands for Resistance Class) indicates the class of resistance required to certify the anti-burglary feature of a door or a window.
The resistance classes are divided according to a test procedure, employing tools and methods used by burglars and to test break-in resistance.
Break-in resistance does not mean that a door or a window is impregnable, but it is the property of a door or a window to withstand the attack of intruders, using different tools for a specific amount of time, to discourage the intention of the burglar.
The tools used for RC2 certification are screwdrivers, pliers, wedges and hammers.
Piva RC2 doors and windows do not alter the aesthetics (that stand out), break-in resistance features are provided in an elegant and design skin, because safety does not mean compromising the aesthetics.