Panic door

Quick exit!

Panic doors make it easier for persons fleeing to open the door, even if the door is locked. Only very few burglar-resistant panic doors meet the safety glass requirements RC2, RC3 and RC4, in accordance with EN 1627/1630. 30 of those are in our product range.

Glazing for panic doors
TypeNameDimensions max.
RC2 panic
monoSILATEC RC2 panic 16/291600 x 300016294.740 1)
mono EI 30SILATEC RC2 panic 27/55 EI301400 x 300027544.541 3)
mono EI 60SILATEC RC2 panic 35/75 EI601400 x 300035744.342 3)
mono EI 90SILATEC RC2 panic 49/106 EI901400 x 2850491054.144 3)
i2SILATEC RC2 panic 32/44 i21600 x 300032441.0 (Kr) /1.1(Ar)41 3)
i2 EI 30SILATEC RC2 panic 46/76 EI30 i21400 x 300046761.0 (Kr) /1.3(Ar)42 3)
i2 EI 60SILATEC RC2 panic 55/95 EI60 i21400 x 300055951.0 (Kr) /1.3(Ar)43 3)
i2 EI 90SILATEC RC2 panic 68/127 EI90 i21400 x 2850681271.0 (Kr) /1.3(Ar)45 3)
i3SILATEC RC2 panic 44/59 i31600 x 300044590.6 (Kr) /0.9(Ar)43 3)
RC3 panic
monoSILATEC RC3 panic 28/532000 x 300028534.242 1)
mono BR4-NSSILATEC RC3 panic BR4-NS 34/592000 x 300034594.242 1)
mono EI 30SILATEC RC3 panic 38/75 EI301400 x 300038754.043 3)
mono EI 60SILATEC RC3 panic 46/95 EI601400 x 300046953.944 3)
mono EI 90SILATEC RC3 panic 59/126 EI901400 x 2850591263.846 3)
i2SILATEC RC3 panic 38/59 i22000 x 300038591.1 (Kr) /1.6(Ar)42 1)
i2SILATEC RC3 panic 44/68 i22000 x 300044681.0 (Kr) /1.3(Ar)43 1)
i2 BR4-NSSILATEC RC3 panic BR4-NS 50/74 i22000 x 300050741.0 (Kr) /1.3(Ar)43 1)
i2  EI 30SILATEC RC3 panic 57/97 EI30 i21400 x 300057971.0 (Kr) /1.3(Ar)44 3)
i2  EI 60SILATEC RC3 panic 66/116 EI60 i21400 x 3000661161.0 (Kr) /1.3(Ar)45 3)
i2  EI 90SILATEC RC3 panic 79/148 EI90 i21400 x 2850791481.0 (Kr) /1.3(Ar)45 3)
i3SILATEC RC3 panic 56/83 i32000 x 300056830.6 (Kr) /0.9(Ar)45 1)
i3 BR4-NSSILATEC RC3 panic BR4-NS 62/89 i32000 x 300062890.6 (Kr) /0.9(Ar)45 1)
RC4 panic D
monoSILATEC RC4 panic D 41/692000 x 300040693.544 3)
mono BR4-NS SILATEC RC4 panic D BR4-NS 46/752000 x 300046753.544 3)
mono  EI 30SILATEC RC4 panic D 51/94 EI 301400 x 300051943.545 3)
mono  EI 60SILATEC RC4 panic D 60/114 EI 601400 x 3000591143.545 3)
mono  EI 90SILATEC RC4 panic D 74/145 EI 901400 x 2850731453.546 3)
i2SILATEC RC4 panic D 54/83 i22000 x 300054831.0 (Kr) /1.4(Ar)44 3)
i2SILATEC RC4 panic D 60/90 i22000 x 300060901.0 (Kr) /1.4(Ar)44 3)
i2 BR4-NSSILATEC RC4 panic D BR4-NS 60/90 i22000 x 300060901.0 (Kr) /1.4(Ar)44 3)
i2  EI 30SILATEC RC4 panic D 69/116 EI 30 i21400 x 3000681161.0 (Kr) /1.4(Ar)45 3)
i2  EI 60SILATEC RC4 panic D 77/78 EI 60 i21400 x 3000771351.0 (Kr) /1.4(Ar)45 3)
i2     EI 90SILATEC RC4 panic D 91/167 EI 90 i21400 x 2850901671.0 (Kr) /1.4(Ar)46 3)
i3SILATEC RC4 panic D 69/99 i32000 x 300068990.6(Kr) /0.9(Ar)46 3)
These are dependent on the size of the pane, loads (e.g. wind load) as well as guidelines and regulations
mono, i2, i3 monolithic, insulating glass, triple-insulating glass
U Heat transfer coefficient. The smaller the value, the better the heat insulation.
TLTransparency. The greater the value, the more light gets through the glazing.
gOverall energy transmittance. The smaller the value, the less energy gets through the glazing.
RwSound insulation index. The greater the value, the better the sound insulation. The indicated values relate to krypton filling.
ALAlarm loop. Visible or invisible.
AWAlarm wire
SuSSun protection coating


Test certificate
Individual pane test record
internally determined assessed value without test report
exclusively invisible alarm loops possible
GOST Gost standard of Russia
VPAM PM 2007, version 2
EN 1063
Special testing, see test report proof house
Typical values range

RC2 and RC3 testing:

The tested laminated glass fittings fulfil the requirements for resistance to manual burglary attempts (attack on the surface of the panic glass) in the resistance classes RC2 and RC3 in accordance with EN 1627 / 1630 for use in door elements in flight and emergency routes. And the requirements related to resistance class P6B in accordance with EN 356. (This does not replace system testing).

RC4 D testing:
The tested laminated glass structure was tested in accordance with the test requirements of resistance class RC4 as per DIN EN 1627/1630. For the indicated resistance time, it prevents formation of a square opening that could be reached through with 120 mm on the sides. The internal operating elements must be structurally arranged and secured in such a way that they cannot be reached and operated through the opening with the tool sets specified in the standard. The glass structure achieves resistance class P8B in accordance with EN 356 and EH3 in accordance with VdS damage prevention. (This does not replace system testing).

Fire protection:
The combination of fire protection and panic glazing is a property-related special solution. There is no fire safety certificate in the form of a general permit from the construction authorities. For that reason the consent of the entire system, i.e. glass, frame and connection to the component require the approval of the authorities in individual cases. Fire protection glass is generally arranged on the attack side. This gives an asymmetrical glass design. The installation direction must be agreed with the responsible authorities.

All values are subject to standard tolerances. Our special glazing guidelines must be observed.

This portfolio shows our current product range. We also produce unusual special solutions. Ask us.

We reserve the right to make changes in the technical details, changes in the product range and changes in the instructions. Legal regulations must be complied with in all applications. Our special glazing guidelines must be observed, otherwise our guarantee expires.

If you have any doubts, please get in contact with us.

What kind of glazing needs to be installed in the panic door? I will be happy to assist you.

Sebastian Dengg

The burglar-resistant panic glass: a glass for panic doors, or for doors in flight and rescue paths with burglar-resistant characteristics. Usually also with panic fittings in accordance with DIN EN 179 (standard door opener or impact plate), or DIN EN 1125 (horizontal actuation rods).

For panic glazing - sometimes also called anti-panic glazing - special requirements apply. Glass that meets the requirements of DIN EN 356 is not sufficient. The national annex NA 10 of DIN EN 1627 recommends: "...even in impact-resistant glass tested in accordance with DIN EN 356, a small opening can be struck even in a very short time, in order to deliberately manipulate the opening mechanism. In related testing, the use of polycarbonate glazing has proven itself."

Of course SILATEC panic glazing meets all requirements against manual break-in attempts (attack on the surface of the panic glazing) in accordance with DIN EN 1627 / 1630.

Additional technical data can be found
in our product specifications.