Body: The outer and inner bodies are constructed- from high grade steel electrically welded together to form one unit.
The space between the outer and inner bodies is packed with a solid reinforced fire resisting and anti-penetration material.
The total protective metal thickness is not less than 6 mm. Overall body thickness 76 mm.
Door: Incorporates over 25 mm of steel and special drill and blowtorch resistant alloy over the whole surface of the door.
Boltwork: Moving round steel bolts locking behind a solid rebate frame secure the door on the front, top and bottom edges. The rear edge of the door is secured with fixed round bolts locking behind a similar rebate.
The total number of bolts varies between eight and fourteen according to safe size.
Locking: Standard locking—one seven lever security key-lock with keys supplied in duplicate.
Additional keylock or keyless combination lock in place of or in addition to keylock supplied as optional extra.
Secondary Locking: An additional locking device comes into operation every time the safe is locked to give protection against attack by explosives;
Anchoring: Two high tensile steel bolts can be incorporated in the base of the body so that the safe can be fixed to concrete or wooden floors to prevent removal from the premises by thieves, at extra cost.
Size 1711 can be fitted with shelves removable and adjustable at 1" pitch. A 3" high lockable drawer is also avail-able if required.
Size 2314 can be fitted with shelves removable and adjustable at 1" pitch. A 6" high lockable drawer is also available if required.
Size 3520 can be fitted with shelves, removable and adjustable at 1" pitch. 6" high lockable drawers are also available if required. A 12" cupboard unit is available for this size of safe only. This unit is normally fitted at the top of the safe.
Our aim is always to provide the best in security, therefore we reserve the right to incorporate any improvements and alter any specification accordingly without prior notice.
By virtue of the Trade Descriptions Act 1968, all measurements and weights must necessarily be considered to be approximate.