Dangerous situations can occur even in your own home. So it’s useful to know that WALDIS provides a 3‑in‑1 solution. A panic room or strongroom can protect you, those around you and your valuables from attackers. It can also fit perfectly into your everyday life. Specific and crucial equipment features set it apart.
Where is a panic room or strongroom installed? In a new building or during renovation works, a panic room is built into the design so that it is not recognisable as such and can be used for other purposes, too. Another variant involves installing the panic room inside an existing room, such as a dressing room, library, office or wine cellar. There are many options for ensuring optimum use while meeting all kinds of design requirements.
What sets a panic room or strongroom apart?
A place of refuge in dangerous situations and a permanent storage space for important, valuable items, the panic room has a high-security door with a digital lock that can be operated from inside and outside. This allows you to securely ‘lock yourself in’ and get back out again at any time with your secret code. You can also set a silent alarm at any time to get help from outside as quickly as possible.
Can air get into the panic room?
Although in principle a panic room isn’t a bunker where you can survive for weeks or even months in an emergency, the necessary oxygen can be supplied via natural and artificial ventilation components depending on requirements.
And what about communications?
Don’t panic – we’ve got that covered, too! Communications capabilities are ensured by introducing an antenna into a panic room or strongroom. This makes it easy to contact help points to quickly stop intruders.
How safe and secure are these rooms?
A panic room or strongroom from WALDIS offers reliable protection against weapons attacks from outside as well as the attackers themselves. The room is available with various wall thicknesses. The panic room or strongroom offers penetration protection for calibres of up to 7.62 x 54 mm.