ExMesh™ Securilath™ security mesh
Significantly delay intruders with security mesh
Securilath™ security mesh is a discreet method to target harden critical areas. It significantly delays determined intruders from creating an aperture large enough to gain entry to a building. It can be situated within internal and external walls, ceilings, roofs and windows.
LPCB tested and accredited*, Securilath™ is a versatile material which can be easily fitted during construction or retro-fit.
ExMesh™ Securilath™ is used extensively by worldwide financial institutions and retailers and at many high-risk sites.
Cost effective and easy to install, ExMesh™ Securilath™ is available in four options: MD1 (an LPCB LPS 1175 SR 1 rated product); HD1 (an LPCB LPS 1175 SR 2 rated product); Ultra (an LPCB LPS 1175 SR 3 rated product which is double-skinned); and HDR (an LPCB LPS 1175 SR 3 rated product when used with block walls).
Looking for a certified mesh solution? Choose Securilath™ mesh
Our Securilath™ mesh is the only security mesh range to be certified by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) when applied to metal stud, timber stud and block walls.
Securilath™ products have long-held LPCB certification when applied to timber stud. In 2020, our ExMesh™ Securilath™MD1 underwent extensive testing to be the first range to be receive LPCB Loss Prevention Standard (LPS) Security Rating (SR) 1 certification for metal stud, Securilath™ HD1 holds LPCB LPS SR1, SR2 and SR3 certification for metal stud and Securilath™ HDR holds LPCB LPS SR3 certification when applied to block wall. You can read more on this here.
Securilath™ is suitable for both render and plaster finishes.
OUR EXMESH™ SECURILATH™ SECURITY MESH AT A GLANCE…
- LPCB LPS 1175: Issue 8 SR1*, SR2* and SR 3* rated
- Easy to install
- Suitable for both render and plaster finishes
*Certificate No 731n
What is the significance of an LPCB LPS 1175 certified product?
The LPCB’s LPS 1175 is a standard which evaluates the resistance to unauthorised access offered by physical security products.
The standard considers the resistance of security equipment to forced entry based on the size and type of tools used and the time that an intruder will risk spending on attempting to gain entry.
Our Securilath™ products have long-held LPCB certification and contractors and end-users look to LPS 1175 to ensure they meet insurance and security requirements.
To purchase a Securilath™ mesh product or order a sample, visit The Expanded Metal Company website.