U.L. 2 Hour Fire / U.L. Burglary Safe
U.L. 2-Hour Fire Safe/U.L. Burglary
Can Your Business Survive Record Losses From Fire?
Statistics show that if a company’s records are lost in a fire, 17% can no longer furnish a financial statement, 14% suffer a reduction in credit rating and 43% go out of business completely. No home or business is safe from fire. Your vital records and possessions are only as safe as the quality of protection you provide for them. With Gardall fire resistive safes, you can be confident your records will survive.
- Thick 41⁄4” door with recessed anti-pry design. Safe walls are 21⁄2” thick
- Five active bolts that lock in 3 directions, massive 1” diameter round bolts that extend deep into safes body (Models 1812-3018)
- Center bolt down hole for easy installation (hardware included)
- Plush suede like quality interior to protect jewelry and valuables
- UL listed Group II high security lock, mechanical or electronic available
- UL 2-hour fire label, furnace-tested to 1850°F for 2 hours. Interior temperature of safe was less than 350°F during the test and cool down
- Models 1812 - 3018 now with U.L. RSC (burglary) label
- Solid chrome-plated handle with shear point to prevent the safe from being forced open by handle attack
- Independent re-locker and hardplate to prevent drilling attack on locking mechanism
- Lifetime Replacement Guarantee (see catalog for details)
Options (additional charges apply)
- S&G 6120 electronic lock $225
- Key locking dial $45
- Gold trim with rich color exteriors. Add $150 for optional colors. Black, burgundy, hunter green available
Standard colors: Sandstone or gray
All specifications are subject to change without notice. The above mentioned Gardall fire resistive safes carry a U.L. 2 hour 350° fire label as to Fire and Impact tests and the U.L. Residential Security Container (BF) label.
Add 2” to outside depth for dial and handle.
Proven to endure two hours' exposure to severe fire with an exterior temperature of 1850°F and an interior temperature that did not exceed 350°F (Paper chars at 405°F) throughout 2 hour test and cool down.