The product is based on a concept: the Bunkerkit panel
The Bunkerkit panel consists of one or more layers of steel which encapsulate a variable blend of materials depending on the performance features required. This structure gives the panel two fundamental advantages: resistance and lightness.
Bunkerkit is intended for the construction of modular partitions or enclosures for the protection of people and property. Bunkerkit is assembled using bolts only and can be quickly and easily installed while keeping the constraints on site to a minimum.
Advantages of Bunkerkit
The innovation of Bunkerkit lies mainly in its modularity.
Mechanical assembly using bolts: no heavy work, no dust, no welding. Bunkerkit can be installed in just a few hours and limits the constraints on site thanks to its light elements and small dimensions.
With Bunkerkit, a secure enclosure can be installed quickly and easily, indoors or outdoors, with or without a floor/ceiling and in the size required for its intended use. This modularity is evolutive: Bunkerkit can be adapted to future developments. If necessary, it can be dismantled and moved, thanks to its reusable panels.
Minimum weight and optimised dimensions
- Light panels for a limited floor load
- Optimal dimensions for accessibility in all types of spaces
Easy assembly using bolts only:
- can be dismantled and reused at a minimum overall cost;
- few installation constraints: no fire permit, no heavy work, no dust.
Can be dismantled and reused
Multiple and evolutive configurations: curved façades, corners, integration of windows, accessories, compatibility of elements with different performance levels, etc.
Bunkerkit is tested as a whole by official and independent laboratories in terms of its burglary resistance and ballistic protection performance levels and its compliance with the safes standard.
- Available from class 3 to 6
- Tested at the CNPP and CSTC
- A2P certified for RC3, RC4 and RC5 performance levels
- Available FB4 to FB7
- Tested at the ERM and St Etienne
- Available from class I to VI
- Tested at the CNPP
- ECB-S certified for class V
- High level of electromagnetic performance.
- Protection against incoming waves or their propagation outwards.
- Performance level depending on configuration and device.
- Electrically conductive elements entering or leaving the Faraday cage are fitted with radio filters.
Support and implementation
The ease of installation of Bunkerkit products is also guaranteed by the involvement of our engineering and design department throughout your project.
Complete project study dossier:
13D plans of the installation before start;
2assembly plans and instructions;
3DWP (Dossier of Work Performed);
4numbering and traceability of each element.
For the installation of Bunkerkit you can rely on our network of selected and approved partners:
- local partners close to your sites: fast and direct response to your needs in the field, measurements taken, installation, guarantee and after-sales service;
- ongoing training cycles and support for our partners: assistance with fitting, approval and supervision of partners.
Simplified assembly and inexpensive solution
Bunkerkit is particularly quick to assemble and substantially limits the constraints on site thanks among other things to the lightness of its elements that makes handling easier. Bunkerkit is not only easy to assemble, it is also easy to dismantle. The panels can be moved and reused and the entire unit can be reconfigured for other uses on other sites.
It is installed within a very short period of time by our network of approved partners. The length of time this takes depends on the size and complexity of the Bunkerkit and its future environment (ease of access, anchorage in the existing building, etc.).
The document entitled ‘Bunkerkit assembly instructions’ is provided to assist with the assembly process and each Bunkerkit is supplied with an individual study file.
The pallets are arranged so as to present the first Bunkerkit elements to be assembled at the top, thereby avoiding unnecessary handling of elements before starting the assembly itself, wasted time on the site and the risk that the various elements will be scattered about.