Pacific 6ST Hinged Door Set -/120/-
The Pacific 6ST is a high level security door set with tested resistance to forced entry, ballistic, blast, and fire threats. The side hung single leaf steel door is fitted with a Mottura multiple bolt locking system. The door leaf is hung on fully mortised institutional hinges in a steel frame.
The Pacific 6ST is suitable for applications where very high levels of security are required. These may include:
- Remote secure stations
- Store rooms with high value or sensitive material
This door set is suitable for both interior and exterior use.
|Burglar Resistance||Class 6||ENV 1627||20 minute attack with a range of hand tools and power tools|
|Fire Resistance||FRR -/120/-||AS1530.4|
|Bullet Resistance||R2||AS/NZS 2343||NATO 7.62mm 9.3g FMJ Bullet|
|R1||AS/NZS 2343||M193 5.56mm, 3.6g FMJ bullet|
|S1||AS/NZS 2343||12 Gauge Shotgun, 28.35g single slug|
|Explosion Resistance||EXR 4||EN13124||12kg TNT at 4 metres|
Test results apply to a single door only, with the specification and hardware described. The hinge face of the door is the designated attack face.
The thickness of the 6ST door leaf is 62mm with an approximate leaf weight of 125kg/m2
|Wall Type||Fire Resistance Rating
|Door Application||Max Leaf
- This door set has a minimum size of 1686h x 806w.
The door set is rated to level 6 of the European ENV 1627-30:1999 “Windows, doors, shutters – Burglar resistance” which is the highest level of the standard. The testing incorporates a static load test with applied loads of up to 1500 kg as well as manual attack for 20 minutes with a range of hand tools and power tools.
The 6ST door set has been successfully tested to AS/NZS 2343:1997 “Bullet-resistant panels and elements” with ratings of R2, R1, and S1. R2 is the most severe rating in the standard.
- R2 7.62mm calibre rifle
- R1 5.56mm calibre rifle
- S1 Shotgun 12 gauge 28g single slug
Explosive Blast Testing
The Pacific 6ST is tested to level EXR 4 of EN 13124:2004 “Windows, doors and shutters – Explosion resistance”.
An explosive charge of 12 kg TNT was detonated 4 metres away from the door.
The tested and certified door set can only be fitted with specific Mottura multipoint locking hardware. Any additional hardware required must be specified in detail at the time of ordering so that correct preparation of the steel door leaf and frame can be made. This includes any door furniture or items which may be screw-fixed to or through the outside face.
Surface-mounted closers mounted on the inside face are recommended.
The leaf is hung on three fully mortised 4½” x 4½” stainless steel institutional hinges.
Mottura multipoint locking system
A Mottura 85.371 lock case is internally mounted in the leaf. The lock case has four locking bolts plus a latch bolt and it also controls an additional four locking bolts, two vertical and two horizontal. All locking points are reinforced for maximum security. A handle operates the latch bolt only, while the key operates the horizontal and vertical lock bolts.
The lock cylinder is protected by a Mottura “Defender” protective cover. The lock can be fitted with any double sided europrofile cylinder. The use of an Abloy “Protec” cylinder or similar is recommended for maximum security. If a single sided europrofile cylinder is to be used it must be advised at the time of ordering.
Note that fitting of deadlocks and other non-self-latching hardware will make the door set non-compliant in respect to the standard NZS 4520 Fire-resistant door sets.
The attack side face is a ballistic steel plate welded to a steel framework. The areas around the locking components are reinforced with high tensile steel plate.
The non-attack side consists of light gauge steel panels screw fixed to the internal steel framework.
Frame Types & Profiles
This door set is only available in a steel frame.
The leaf is hung in a frame of 2.0 mm folded steel.
The fire resistance rating only applies to a door set installed in a masonry or concrete wall with a fully grouted frame. Bullet resistance rating requires the frame to be fully grouted or else to include ballistic protection in the frame.
For more in depth information on frame profiles and sizes, please see our Installation Instructions.
This door set is not available as a pair.
The complete specification with resistance to burglary, fire, bullets and explosion requires an installation into masonry wall with a fully grouted frame. Alternative installations where lesser specifications are required can be discussed with Pacific Door Systems Ltd.
Product Optional Extras
Vision panels are not currently an option on this door set. Please contact Pacific Doors to discuss your requirements.
Overpanels are not applicable for this door set.
Additional Door Options
Push or Kickplates
Kickplates are not generally required on this door set.
Ventilation grilles are not applicable for this door set.
This door leaf has a thermal insulation rating (R-value) of 0.032 Km2/W.
Technical Compliance Statement
The 6ST fire door complies with the requirements of NZS 4520 Fire-resistant door sets when installed in accordance with Pacific Doors’ Installation Instructions into a complying fire-resistant wall, and when fitted with approved hardware.
NZS 4520 is referenced in the New Zealand Building Code Acceptable Solutions (Appendix C 6.1.1)
Pacific 6ST fire doors have been successfully fire-tested in accordance with AS1530.4, as referenced in NZS 4520 and in Appendix C 5.1.1.
The fire resistance achieved by the 6ST was FRR -/120/-
The 6ST fire door will satisfy the requirements of NZBC, B2 “Durability” under conditions of use, installation and maintenance specified by Pacific Doors, or specific contractual guarantees, whichever are overriding.
Security testing took place at OPUS Central Laboratories and is documented in their report “05-525521 - 2: Load Testing and Intruder Resistance of Pacific 6ST Security Doors for Pacific Door Systems Limited”.
Ballistic testing was carried out by Ordnance Developments Ltd., Wanganui, and is documented in their report “Report on the ballistic penetration testing of specimen panels, AS/NZS 2343:1997” dated 8 December 2005.
Explosive testing was monitored by OPUS Central Laboratories and is documented in their report “07-529i05: Compliance Appraisal of Four Pacific Door Systems Ltd Doors to Explosion Resistance Standard EN 13124-2:2004”.