Insurance and Grade II
Swedish insurance companies approve of storage of values reaching 140,000 SEK in all safes that has been rated as Grade II, in accordance with EN1143-1. Since there might be different regulations and requirements in different countries (and sometimes different areas), do check what applies to your local circumstances and insurance company. It might even be more permitting!
Locking system & Security
The lock system is regulated by a readjustable key lock (or an optional battery powered keypad code lock at an additional cost). The lock bolts are protected against attempts att drilling with manganese drills. Should you choose the code lock, the cabinet puts itself into a lock-down state after several attempts at opening the safe with erroneous codes.
All bolts are entirely made of solid steel. The rear edge of the door is secured by an enclosing notch, which provides a truly effective break-in resistance.
The cabinet is supplied as standard with key lock but can be supplied with a battery powered high security keypad code lock.
Bolt-down of safe
It is also prepared for bolt-down to a floor.
Great burglary & All-round fire protection
In addition to the strong burglary protection, this particular safe model is also tested and rated to protect all materials with the same heat tolerance as paper in up to 60 minutes of full fire. This really gives you a comprehensive protection from multiple security threats. The cabinet can be equipped with a data media insert for fire protection of CDs, DVDs, external hard drives and memory cards.
Design and finish
Its surface consists of an impact-resistant structural lacquer, and on the front is a horizontal panel in dark blue color.
Note about the code lock!
By changing code and digits occasionally (e.g. 3-5 times a year) you will increase the level of security immensely. On the one hand by decreasing the risk of unauthorised getting hold of the right code, and on the other hand by avoiding potential unequal wear of the keypad buttons.
When it comes to keypad code locks, there is a risk that the keypad buttons gets worn so that some numbers will be unreadable.
Such unequal wear may also make it easy for unauthorised to figure out which numbers are included in the code, unless there is an even wear of the buttons.
Therefore, we recommend that everyone who purchases cabinets with electronic code locks change codes / numbers at least 3-5 times a year.
The cabinet in the picture is extra equipped!
Accessories for the cabinet are available under the accessories tab.
External dimensions, H x W x D:
1190 × 565 × 540 mm
Internal dimensions, H × W × D:
1020 × 390 × 340 mm
12 Covers + space above the shelf
Key lock (2 keys incl.), or Electronic keypad code lock for an additional cost
EN 1143-1 Grade II
NT Fire 017, 60 P