Secure storage units - Requirements, classification and methods of test for resistance to burglary - Part 1: Safes, ATM safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms

This European Standard establishes the basis for testing and classifying free-standing safes, built-in safes (floor and wall), ATM safes and ATM bases, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without a door) according to their burglary resistance. This European Standard does not cover testing and classifying Deposit Systems and ATM systems.

Wertbehältnisse - Anforderungen, Klassifizierung und Methoden zur Prüfung des Widerstandes gegen Einbruchdiebstahl - Teil 1: Wertschutzschränke, Wertschutzschränke für Geldautomaten, Wertschutzraumtüren und Wertschutzräume

Auf Grundlage dieser Europäischen Norm werden freistehende Wertschutzschränke, Einbauschränke (Boden und Wand), Wertschutzschränke für Geldautomaten (ATM-Safes) und ATM-Sockel, Wertschutzraumtüren sowie Wertschutzräume (mit oder ohne Tür) gemäß ihrem Widerstandswert gegen Einbruchdiebstahl geprüft und klassifiziert. Diese Europäische Norm gilt nicht für die Prüfung und Klassifizierung von Deposit-Systemen und Geldautomaten (ATM-Systemen).

Unités de stockage en lieux surs - Exigences, classification et méthodes d'essai pour la résistance a l'effraction - Partie 1 : Coffres-forts, distributeurs automatiques de billets (DAB), portes fortes et chambres fortes

La présente norme européenne spécifie les conditions d’essais et de classification des coffres-forts a poser, encastrés (dans le sol et les murs), les coffres-forts de DAB et les chaises de DAB, les portes fortes et les chambres fortes (avec ou sans porte) en fonction de leur résistance a l’effraction. La présente norme européenne ne couvre pas les essais et la classification des systemes de dépôt et des systemes de DAB.

Varnostne shranjevalne enote – Zahteve, klasifikacija in metode preskušanja protivlomne odpornosti – 1. del: Blagajne, bankomatne blagajne, vrata trezorskih prostorov in trezorski prostori

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31-Oct-2005
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23-Feb-2009
Current Stage
9900 - Withdrawal (Adopted Project)
Start Date
19-Feb-2009
Due Date
14-Mar-2009
Completion Date
24-Feb-2009

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Varnostne shranjevalne enote – Zahteve, klasifikacija in metode preskušanja protivlomne odpornosti – 1. del: Blagajne, bankomatne blagajne, vrata trezorskih prostorov in trezorski prostoriWertbehältnisse - Anforderungen, Klassifizierung und Methoden zur Prüfung des Widerstandes gegen Einbruchdiebstahl - Teil 1: Wertschutzschränke, Wertschutzschränke für Geldautomaten, Wertschutzraumtüren und WertschutzräumeUnités de stockage en lieux surs - Exigences, classification et méthodes d'essai pour la résistance a l'effraction - Partie 1 : Coffres-forts, distributeurs automatiques de billets (DAB), portes fortes et chambres fortesSecure storage units - Requirements, classification and methods of test for resistance to burglary - Part 1: Safes, ATM safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms35.220.99Druge naprave za shranjevanje podatkovOther data storage devices13.310Varstvo pred kriminalomProtection against crimeICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 1143-1:2005SIST EN 1143-1:2005en01-november-2005SIST EN 1143-1:2005SLOVENSKI

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EUROPEAN STANDARDNORME EUROPÉENNEEUROPÄISCHE NORMEN 1143-1August 2005ICS 13.310Supersedes EN 1143-1:1997

English VersionSecure storage units - Requirements, classification and methodsof test for resistance to burglary - Part 1: Safes, ATM safes,strongroom doors and strongroomsUnités de stockage en lieux sûrs - Prescriptions,classification et méthodes de test pour la résistance àl'effraction - Partie 1 : Coffres-forts, distributeursautomatiques de billets (DAB), portes fortes et chambresfortesWertbehältnisse - Anforderungen, Klassifizierung undMethoden zur Prüfung des Widerstandes gegenEinbruchdiebstahl - Teil 1: Wertschutzschränke,Wertschutzschränke für Geldautomaten,Wertschutzraumtüren und WertschutzräumeThis European Standard was approved by CEN on 7 July 2005.CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this EuropeanStandard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such nationalstandards may be obtained on application to the Central Secretariat or to any CEN member.This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translationunder the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the Central Secretariat has the same status as the officialversions.CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia,Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATIONCOMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATIONEUROPÄISCHES KOMITEE FÜR NORMUNGManagement Centre: rue de Stassart, 36

B-1050 Brussels© 2005 CENAll rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reservedworldwide for CEN national Members.Ref. No. EN 1143-1:2005: ESIST EN 1143-1:2005

EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 2 Contents Foreword..................................................................................................................................................................4 Introduction..............................................................................................................................................................5 1 Scope...........................................................................................................................................................6 2 Normative references.................................................................................................................................6 3 Terms and definitions.................................................................................................................................6 4 Classification and requirements................................................................................................................8 4.1 Classification...............................................................................................................................................8 4.2 General requirements.................................................................................................................................9 4.2.1 Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms.............................................................................................9 4.2.2 ATM safes....................................................................................................................................................9 4.2.3 Boltwork cover plate...................................................................................................................................9 4.2.4 Cable hole....................................................................................................................................................9 4.2.5 User instructions.........................................................................................................................................9 4.3 Additional requirements for EX designation.............................................................................................9 4.4 Additional requirements for CD designation..........................................................................................10 5 Technical documentation.........................................................................................................................14 6 Test specimen...........................................................................................................................................15 7 Tool attack test..........................................................................................................................................15 7.1 Principle.....................................................................................................................................................15 7.2 Testing team..............................................................................................................................................15 7.3 Apparatus..................................................................................................................................................16 7.3.1 Attack tools...............................................................................................................................................16 7.3.2 Clock..........................................................................................................................................................16 7.3.3 Test blocks................................................................................................................................................16 7.4 Test criteria................................................................................................................................................17 7.5 Testing programme...................................................................................................................................17 7.5.1 Free-standing safes..................................................................................................................................17 7.5.2 Built-in safes.............................................................................................................................................18 7.5.3 Strongrooms.............................................................................................................................................18 7.5.4 Grades I to VIII ATM safes........................................................................................................................18 7.5.5 Grade L ATM safes....................................................................................................................................19 7.6 Test conditions.........................................................................................................................................20 7.7 Procedure..................................................................................................................................................21 7.8 Operating time measuring........................................................................................................................22 7.9 Calculation of resistance values..............................................................................................................23 7.10 Test record................................................................................................................................................23 SIST EN 1143-1:2005

EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 3 8 Anchoring strength test...........................................................................................................................24 8.1 Free-standing safes..................................................................................................................................24 8.1.1 Principle.....................................................................................................................................................24 8.1.2 Loading equipment...................................................................................................................................24 8.1.3 Procedure..................................................................................................................................................25 8.1.4 Expression of test results........................................................................................................................25 8.1.5 Test criteria................................................................................................................................................25 8.2 ATM safes..................................................................................................................................................25 8.2.1 Principle.....................................................................................................................................................25 8.2.2 Loading equipment...................................................................................................................................25 8.2.3 Procedure..................................................................................................................................................25 8.2.4 Expression of results................................................................................................................................26 8.2.5 Test criteria................................................................................................................................................26 9 Explosive test............................................................................................................................................26 9.1 Principle.....................................................................................................................................................26 9.2 Test specimen...........................................................................................................................................26 9.3 Explosives.................................................................................................................................................27 9.4 Determination of explosive charge mass................................................................................................27 9.5 Conditions for explosive attack test........................................................................................................27 9.5.1 Safes and ATM safes................................................................................................................................27 9.5.2 Strongroom doors and strongrooms......................................................................................................27 9.6 Calculation of resistance values for the post-detonation tool attack...................................................28 9.7 Test record................................................................................................................................................28 10 Diamond drilling test................................................................................................................................28 10.1 Principle.....................................................................................................................................................28 10.2 Test specimen...........................................................................................................................................28 10.3 Apparatus..................................................................................................................................................29 10.3.1 Safes..........................................................................................................................................................29 10.3.2 Strongroom doors and strongrooms......................................................................................................29 10.4 Test method...............................................................................................................................................29 10.5 Calculation of resistance value................................................................................................................29 10.6 Marking......................................................................................................................................................29 11 Test report.................................................................................................................................................30 12 Marking......................................................................................................................................................30 Annex A (normative)

Attack tools........................................................................................................................32

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EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 4 Foreword This European Standard (EN 1143-1:2005) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 263 "Secure storage of cash, valuables and data media" the secretariat of which is held by BSI.

This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by February 2006, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by February 2006. This European Standard supersedes EN 1143-1:1997. According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the following countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom. SIST EN 1143-1:2005

EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 5 Introduction Tests are made, the results of which are used to classify the resistance to burglary. The resistance classification can also be used for designing security systems with the provision that, depending on the criminal, the conditions at the place of the crime and the availability of tools, considerably longer times are likely to occur in real burglary attacks than in a test. Manual tests are included whose results and repeatability is dependant on the skill of the testing team. Machine related tests are under development and may be included when this European Standard is revised.

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EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 6 1 Scope This European Standard establishes the basis for testing and classifying free-standing safes, built-in safes (floor and wall), ATM safes and ATM bases, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without a door) according to their burglary resistance. This European Standard does not cover testing and classifying Deposit Systems and ATM systems. 2 Normative references The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this European Standard. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. EN 1300, Secure storage units - Classification for high security locks according to their resistance to unauthorized opening 3 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this European Standard, the following terms and definitions apply. 3.1 safe storage unit which protects its contents against burglary and when closed has at least one internal side < 1 m length 3.2 free-standing safe safe whose protection against burglary depends only upon the materials and construction of its primary manufacture and not upon materials added or attached during installation 3.3 built-in safe safe whose protection against burglary is partly dependent upon materials incorporated into it, or attached to it, during installation NOTE Under floor safes and wall safes are special types of built-in safes. 3.4 strongroom storage unit which protects against burglary and when closed has internal side lengths in all directions > 1 m

NOTE Strongrooms may be cast in-situ, constructed from pre-fabricated elements or a combination of both.

3.5 strongroom door door with lock(s), boltwork and frame intended for giving access to a strongroom 3.6 ATM safe safe forming part of an ATM system 3.7 ATM base any integral part of an ATM system located between the ATM safe and the surface to which the safe is to be anchored

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EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 7 3.8 internal space part of the interior of an ATM safe which is bounded by the inside surfaces and the boltwork cover plate(s) of the door of the ATM safe body 3.9 ATM (automatic teller machine) means for holding and processing cash and/or valuables

NOTE For the purpose of this standard, automated teller machines, currency exchange machines, currency recycling machines and machines such as teller assist machines are all types of ATM.

3.10 ATM-System assembly of sub-units which provides an ATM function and affords security to cash and/or valuables stored within the ATM safe NOTE 1 An example of an ATM system is shown in Figure 1.

ATM System
ATM safe
ATM mechanism
ATM control unit
ATM base

Figure 1 — Example of an ATM system NOTE 2 Of the sub-units shown in Figure 1, the ATM mechanism and the ATM control unit are not tested according to this European Standard. 3.11 accessories installations/devices which are in the structure or which pass through the structure of the strongroom or strongroom door(s) for ventilation or for deposit of cash and valuables NOTE Accessories may be always open, usually open (but can be closed in case of emergency), or closed (but can be opened if necessary).

3.12 operating time time during which a tool is used attempting to create a change in the test specimen 3.13 resistance unit (RU) burglary resistance which results from one minute's use of a tool carrying the coefficient 1 and the basic value 0 3.14 resistance grade classification designation for burglary resistance SIST EN 1143-1:2005

EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 8 3.15 resistance value numerical value in resistance units calculated for each test 3.16 basic value (BV) number in resistance units allocated to a particular tool NOTE The basic value represents problems in obtaining, transporting, using and operating the relevant tool at the site in question and the necessary knowledge and experience for its efficient use.

3.17 tool coefficient number in resistance units per minute allocated to a group of tools NOTE The tool coefficient represents factors such as noise, smoke, fumes and other effects, which increase the likelihood of a burglary attack being detected.

3.18 boltwork mechanism by which a shut door is held such that until it is in the withdrawn position the door cannot be opened 3.19 lock device able to recognize a coded input and which performs a blocking function on the boltwork or the door 3.20 relocking device system comprising blocking and detecting elements which will prevent the boltwork from being withdrawn if a burglary attack is detected

NOTE A relocking device can be part of the locking mechanism (e.g. active or live relocker) or an independent unit (e.g. passive relocker). 3.21 to close to move the door so it becomes possible to bolt it 3.22 to bolt to throw the boltwork or the bolt of the lock (if there is no boltwork) to a position where it fixes the door in closed position 3.23 to lock to block a thrown boltwork by action of a lock 4 Classification and requirements 4.1 Classification Safes are classified to a resistance grade according to Table 1. ATM safes are classified to a resistance grade according to Table 2. Strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without door) are classified to a resistance grade according to Table 3. All products shall meet general requirements (4.2) and products with EX and CD designation shall meet additional requirements (4.3 and 4.4).

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EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 9 4.2 General requirements 4.2.1 Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms There shall be no holes through the protection material other than those necessary for locks, cables or anchoring, or for the fitting of accessories to strongroom doors and strongrooms. Cable openings in safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms

(with or without a door) shall not exceed 100 mm2. Unused cable entry openings shall be obstructed or plugged by the manufacturer by means which cannot be removed from the outside without leaving visible traces.

Free-standing safes with a mass of less than 1 000 kg shall have at least one hole by which they can be anchored. The anchoring assembly for each anchoring hole shall sustain the force given in Table 1. 4.2.2 ATM safes ATM safes shall have means for plugging unused openings. These means shall be impossible to remove from the outside without leaving visible traces. NOTE 1 Openings through the protection material for ATM functioning are permitted in ATM safes. NOTE 2 Cable entry openings in ATM safes may be larger than 100 mm2.

ATM safes shall have a fixing capability by which they can be anchored and which shall sustain the required force given in Table 2. 4.2.3 Boltwork cover plate Safes, ATM safes and strongroom doors shall have an internal boltwork cover plate which prevents unauthorized viewing of the locks and boltwork, and access to them, when the door is open. Boltwork cover plates shall be secured so that they cannot be opened or removed without leaving visible traces.

4.2.4 Cable hole Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms of grade III and higher shall either have a hole for a cable or a preparation enabling a connection to be made to an alarm system after the secure storage unit has been installed.

4.2.5 User instructions Safes, strongrooms and ATM safes shall be provided with operating and maintenance instructions, including instructions in respect of the locks. Free-standing safes and ATM safes shall have instructions for anchoring. For built-in safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms, installation instructions shall be provided.

4.3 Additional requirements for EX designation When tested in accordance with Clause 9, safes of resistance grades II to X designated 'EX' shall achieve the minimum post-detonation resistance values given in Table 1. EX designation is not applicable to safes of resistance grade 0 to I. When tested in accordance with Clause 9, ATM safes of resistance grades II to VIII designated 'EX' shall achieve the minimum post-detonation resistance values given in Table 2. EX designation is not applicable to ATM safes of resistance grades L and I. When tested in accordance with Clause 9, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without doors) of resistance grades II to XIII designated 'EX' shall achieve the minimum post-detonation resistance values given in Table 3. EX designation is not applicable to strongroom doors and strongrooms of resistance grades 0 and I. SIST EN 1143-1:2005

EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 10 When tested in accordance with Clause 9, the cable-entry openings of safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without doors) shall not permit the entry of explosives (e.g. fuses or charges).

4.4 Additional requirements for CD designation When tested in accordance with Clause 10, safes of resistance grades IV to X designated "CD" shall achieve the minimum resistance values given in Table 1. CD designation is not applicable to safes of resistance grades 0 to III and ATM safes. When tested in accordance with Clause 10, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without door) of resistance grades V to XIII designated "CD" shall achieve the minimum resistance values given in Table 3. CD designation is not applicable to strongroom doors and strongrooms of resistance grades 0 to III.

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EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 11 Table 1 – Minimum requirements for classification of safes (excluding ATM safes) into resistance grades Resistance grade Tool attack test (Clause 7) Anchoring strengtha (Clause 8) Locks Additional requirements for EX designation (optional)

(Clause 9)
Additional requirementsfor CD designation(optional)
(Clause 10)
Resistance value for
Required
force
Post-detonation resistance
value
Resistance value
partial access
complete access
Class
RU RU kN Quantity according to EN 1300 RU

0 30 30 50 1 A b c I 30 50 50 1 A b c II 50 80 50 1 A 4 c III 80 120 50 1 B 6 c IV 120 180 100 2 B 9 1 000 V 180 270 100 2 B 14 1 000 VI 270 400 100 2 C 20 1 000 VII 400 600 100 2 C 30 1 000 VIII 550 825 100 2 C 41 1 000 IX 700 1 050 100 2 C 53 1 000 X 900 1 350 100 2 C 68 1 000

Applicable only for free-standing safes with a mass less than 1 000 kg. b
EX designation is not possible for resistance grades 0 and I. c
CD designation is not possible for resistance grades 0 to III.
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EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 12 Table 2 — Minimum requirements for classification of ATM safes into resistance grades

Resist-ance grade
Tool attack test
(Clause 7)
Resistance value for
Anchor-ing strength(8.2)
Tool attack test on fixing attachment
(Clause 7)
Locks
Additionalrequire- ments for EX designation(optional) (Clause 9)
partial access
completeaccess
Requiredforce
Resistance value
Quan-tity
Class according to EN 1300
Post-detonationresistance value
general
RU used aper-tures b
RU L
body a
20 20 30 50 50 1 A c
door 30 30 50
30 30 50 50 50 1 A c II
50 35 80 50 50 1 A 4 III
80 65 120 50 50 1 B 6 IV
120 100 180 100 50 2 B 9 V
180 145 270 100 50 2 B 14 VI
270 220 400 100 70 2 C 20 VII
400 350 600 100 120 2 C 30 VIII
550 500 825 100 160 2 C 41

Resistance values do not apply to the body of grade L ATM safes which fulfil the requirements of 7.5.5. b

Applies only to apertures actually used; plugged and unused apertures shall satisfy the general values.

EX designation is not possible for resistance grades L and I.
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EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 13 Table 3 — Minimum requirements for classification of strongroom doors and strongrooms

into resistance grades Resist-ance grade Tool attack test
(Clause 7)
Locksa Additional requirements for
EX designation (optional) (Clause 9)
Additional requirements for CD designation (optional)
(Clause 10)
Resistance value
for complete access
RU Quantity Class
according to EN 1300 Post-detonation
resistance value RU Resistance valuec

RU 0 30 1Ab d I 50 1A b d II 80 1A4d III 120 1B6d IV 180 2B9d V 270 2B141 800VI 400 2C202 000VII 600 2C302 300VIII 825 2C412 500IX 1 050 2C533 500X 1 350 2C684 500XI 2 000 3C or 1006 000

2DXII 3 000 3C or 1507 500

2DXIII 4 500 2D2259 000a Not applicable for classification of strongrooms without door. b EX designation is not possible for resistance grades 0 and I. c Resistance value for complete access by diamond drilling. d

CD designation is not possible for resistance grades 0 to IV.
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EN 1143-1:2005 (E) 14 5 Technical documentation The technical documentation shall contain the following information. 5.1 The date of issue and the name of the manufacturer or the name of the applicant requesting testing shall be on each page.

5.2 Statement of the type of product: free-standing safe, built-in safe (floor and wall), ATM safe, strongroom door or strongroom (with or without a door) together with a list of sizes covered by the same design.

5.3 Drawings of the test specimen showing the following:
a) weight, outside and inside dimensions, and the manufacturing tolerances;

b) horizontal and vertical cross sections; c) quantity, layout and features of locks, boltwork and relocking devices; d) quantity, pitch and position of door bolts, their dimensions (e.g. cross section), throw and engagements and their type (e.g. moving or fixed);

e) location and design of any local areas of special protection materials;

f) details of the fastening and/or fitting or anchoring of all elements relevant to physical security; e.g. construction and position of joints and connections, the means by which door and/or frames are joined to walls, the means by which prefabricated panels are joined;

g) marking, position and dimensions of any holes which pass through the protection material with a detailed representation of specially protected areas;

h) details of optional features, for example feature for time locking and time delay locking;

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