Roller Shutter - Armourguard - P2

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The Armourguard P2 is the most popular shop front roller shutter system. It allows 30% vision through the curtain to ensure the all-important and valuable shop front display is seen when the premises are closed.

The 76 mm curved profile is perforated with 3.5 mm holes in a 0.9 mm thick galvanised steel lath giving the assurance of a high security system.

Common use: The P2 roller shutter will protect retail outlets, shop front, kiosks, showrooms, reception areas, supermarkets and car parks where a roller shutter product must incorporate a degree of vision or ventilation for a doorway or window.

Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC 2X3 1 1.3
Revit Revit 2015 + 2 1.3

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Properties and values

COBie
NBS_General
NBS_Data
Accessories
n/a
Arrangement
Reveal fix / Face fix
ComponentNumber
n/a
DoorNumber
n/a
Format
External / Internal
FrameAndGuidesFinishAndColour
Galvanized standard, polyester powder coated optional
FrameAndGuidesMaterial
Steel
Hardware
n/a
MassPerUnitArea
10 kg/m²
Operation
ROLLINGUP
OperationControl
Security key or rocker switch with a manual override
OperationMode
Manual or single phase electric or three phase automatic Or Chain Operation
ShutterBoxFinishAndColour
Galvanized standard, polyester powder coated optional
ShutterBoxMaterial
0.91 mm bright spangle galvanized pressed steel coil casing
ShutterCurtainFinishAndColour
Galvanized standard, polyester powder coated optional
ShutterCurtainLathMaterial
0.9mm
ShutterCurtainProfile
76mm Convexed
SpringLoaded
For manual operartion only (A counter balanced spring ensures controlled movement, includes a key lock)
WidthMaximum
10000
Pset_DoorCommon
Pset_ElectricalDeviceCommon
Pset_ElectricMotorTypeCommon

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    What's Changed?

    2/28/2017

    Changes to reflect updates to the NBS BIM Object Standard v1.3

    • Removal of Uniclass2 property
    • Addition of Uniclass 2015 properties
    • Addition of COBie Category property value

    Objects have also been updated to Revit 2015

    5/5/2016