High Security Aluminum Windows DOS FE/BR & BLAST
High Security Aluminum Windows
DOS FE/BR & BLAST
DOS certified to withstand 5 or 15 minutes of simulated “mob” attack. 15 Minute models are also certified to resist rifle-level ballistic rounds. Both models are available as non-operable systems with optional deal tray or deal drawer and engineered blast load rating up to 40 psi / 300 psi-ms and beyond.
ANTI-TERRORISM LEVEL SECURITY where conformance to U.S. Department of State forced-entry / ballistic resistant threat levels and high blast protection is required
ENERGY EFFICIENCY where window thermal performance is important to overall building design considerations
CONDENSATION RESISTANCE thermal break vastly improves the frame’s ability to resist interior sweating and freezing
ARCHITECTURAL APPEAL provides the look of a commercial aluminum window system and complements modern architectural design
DESIGN FLEXIBILITY where architectural or security concerns require the use of large windows, ganged window systems or unique shapes
DURABILITY high strength aluminum alloy provides maximum durability and low maintenance
Harden’s FE/BR Windows safeguard prominent and mission critical buildings, guard houses, control rooms, cashier areas, executive offices and anywhere the highest levels of protection, aesthetics and sustainability are important considerations. Engineered blast resistance may be added for more comprehensive security.
Aluminum Windows are ideal for facilities where the aesthetics of aluminum and the thermal properties of thermally-broken systems are critical. FE/BR versions satisfy specific forced-entry, ballistic and blast resistance requirements of the U.S. Department of State.
Tested to Department of State Standard SD-STD-01.01 Rev. G (Amended), Harden Aluminum FE/BR Windows offer an ideal solution where the call for high ballistic and forced-entry resistance competes with targets for design excellence. The WAFV-05 and WAFV-15R all-aluminum, fixed window designs are tested and certified to withstand simulated “mob” attack for 5 minutes and 15 minutes respectively. The WAFV-15R is also resistant to 5.56 M193 & M855 and 7.62 M80 ballistic rounds. Both models can be engineered to resist blast loads up to 40 psi / 300 psi-ms and beyond.
- Full window system, factory glazed, with shipping bolts to retain stops and glazing to frame
- Aluminum, thermally broken frame with mitered and welded corners
- Laminated, insulated glazing to meet applicable threats
- Removable glazing stops
- Ballistic stop bars to protect construction shim gap (on ballistic-rated units)
- Pre-drilled and tapped sub-frame in one of three styles
- embed plate with studs for newly poured concrete walls
- tubing with chemical or mechanical anchors for existing masonry walls
- tubing for welding to steel walls
Standard Finish – Frame and Glazing Stops
- Clear anodizing, 215-R1
Standard Finish – Optional Interior/Exterior Trim
- Manufacturer’s standard finish coat. Contact Harden for color chart
- Transaction tray (certified as 15 minute FE/BR) with interior lid and stainless steel interior/exterior trim
- Transaction drawer (certified as 15 minute FE/BR) with interior lid and stainless steel interior/exterior trim
- Snap-on interior window trim
- Snap-on exterior window trim
- Blast-rated glazing and anchorage systems (user-defined blast loads)
- Low-e hardcoats
- Films for RF / IR attenuation
- Tints & frits
- High-definition printing
Optional Finishes - Frame and Glazing Stops
- Color anodizing
- Painted finish, AAMA 2604 (Contact Harden for color chart and minimum quantities)
- Painted finish, AAMA 2605 (Contact Harden for color chart and minimum quantities)
Optional Finishes - Interior/Exterior Trim
- Clear anodizing, 204-R1 or 215-R1
- Color anodizing
- Painted finish, AAMA 2604 (Contact Harden for color chart)
- Painted finish, AAMA 2605 (Contact Harden for color chart)
- Stainless steel cladding
Applicable Standards, Testing and Certifications
- Department of State, SD-STD-01.01 Rev. G (Amended): Certification Standard – Forced Entry and Ballistic Resistance of Structural Systems
- ASTM E283: Standard Test Method for Determining Rate of Air Leakage Through Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors Under Specified Pressure Differences Across the Specimen
- ASTM E331: Standard Test Method for Water Penetration of Exterior Windows, Skylights, Doors, and Curtain Walls by Uniform Static Air Pressure Difference
- ASTM E330: Standard Test Method for Structural Performance of Exterior Windows, Doors, Skylights and Curtain Walls by Uniform Static Air Pressure Difference
- AAMA 501.1: Standard Test Method for Water Penetration of Windows, Curtain Walls and Doors Using Dynamic Pressure
- AAMA 501.5: Test Method for Thermal Cycling of Exterior Walls
- NFRC 100: Procedure for Determining Fenestration Product U-factors
- NFRC 200: Procedure for Determining Fenestration Product Solar Heat Gain Coefficient and Visible Transmittance at Normal Incidence
- NFRC 500: Procedure for Determining Fenestration Product Condensation Resistance Values
- Windows are fully glazed at the factory, and require only minimal preparation prior to installation
- Sub-frames can be shipped in advance of factory glazed window assembly
- Three different methods of installation into the structure, depending on the stage and type of wall construction:
- Pre-drilled and tapped plate-type embeds cast into concrete
- Pre-drilled and tapped steel tube-type sub-frames bolted into the wall
- Pre-drilled and tapped steel tube-type sub-frames welded to the wall structure
Regular inspection of window, trim and flashing is recommended.
Availability & Cost
Window systems are typically manufactured to order and subject to production lead times at the time of purchase.
Harden warrants that its Architectural Security products shall remain free of defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a period determined by the individual project specification.
Most products and installations shown in the photos were completed under the previous ownership structure of Ross Technology Company. Building photos courtesy BL Harbert International or US Department of State. Harden maintains ownership rights of all product photos taken at Ross. For details on ownership of specific photos, please contact Harden Architectural Security Products directly.