Also available with a Digital Lock.
- Weekday Services (8am - 6pm)
- Next / Named Day FREE
- Protects (from fire damage)
- Documents (Paper)
- Light Grey (RAL 7035)
- Popular for
- Home / Small Business
- 2 Year Warranty
- For Small Items
Dimensions & Weights
- External Dimensions (mm)
- 345 (h) x 425 (w) x 450 (d)
- Internal Dimensions (mm)
- 240 (h) x 320 (w) x 320 (d)
- 25 Litres
- 45 Kg
- Fire & Burglary
- Fire Tested - 1 hour fire endurance
- Composite 66mm total thickness
- 50mm composite
- Bolt Work
- 18mm diameter locking bolts
- Secure Protection for Cash | Valuables | important Documents.
Additional security protection – facility to install to floor.
Double walled body/door filled with fire resistant material.
- Cylinder keylock (inc.2 keys)
Features We Love
- High fire resistance safeguarding items from fire damage.
- Fire Certificate
- NT Fire-017 60 P Protection (Paper; Documents)
- Fire Certificate
- UL 72 Class 350 1hr Protection (Paper; Documents)
- Tested by SP
- Tested by UL
- Fire / Documents Testing
The longer the period in minutes, the greater the fire resistance offered.
The critical temperature before paper documents combust is 177°C.
Choosing a safe with a fire test certificate from a recognised testing authority ensures you're getting the best fire protection for your valuables.
NT Fire-017 60 P Protection (Paper; Documents)
SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden - NT Fire 017 Paper fire standards.
During the testing procedure, the safe was placed in a furnace and heated to temperatures around 1000°C. During this time, the internal temperature of the safe must not rise above 150° C. Guaranteeing the documents inside will not sustain any damage. Protects documents from the effects of fire for up to 60 mins.
UL 72 Class 350 1 hr Protection (Paper; Documents)
UL (Underwriter's Laboratories) - 72 Class 350 Paper fire standards.
Products undergo an extensive two-step fire testing process.
STEP 1 The product is placed in a furnace and heated to a temperature of 1000°C. The furnace is switched off after 60 mins. The unit remains in the furnace until the temperature returns to ambient levels (a period known as “soak out”). Assessing product’s during this cool down is essential since internal temperatures can peak up to 6 to 8 hours after a fire has been extinguished. Both during furnace heating and the subsequent cooling period, the recorded internal temperature must not have exceeded 177°C (or 350°F).
STEP 2 Fire explosion or Shock test. To simulate rapid heating, the cabinet is inserted into a preheated furnace. The stresses and strains created by such rapid heating can easily cause a poorly constructed unit to fail. At no point are internal temperatures allowed to exceed 177°C (or 350°F).
The following options can be selected at checkout.
Two keys are included as standard but additional keys are available if required.
Allow 3 additional days for delivery.
Delivery Info (available options – selectable at checkout)
Door to door service
Email & or text
Mainland UK (incl. Scottish Highlands)
|Next Day/Named Drop Off||Not available||Mon - Fri||8am – 6pm||FREE|
|Ireland & Offshore Islands||POA|
We hope you’re happy with your purchase, however on occasions issues can arise.
We offer an unrivalled no quibble returns policy and will refund the full charge, subject to the following conditions:-
- You must notify and return the product within 14 days of the delivery date.
- Product is returned in "as new condition" in suitable packaging, with all manuals and accessories.
- Please refer to our T&C's for further information on returns.
Products damaged in Transit?
If your item is damaged in transit, you must notify us within 24 hours of receipt so that we can register the damage with the courier and if applicable arrange for a replacement.