BT 4 Burglary-proof Floor Cabinet (80 L) - Grade B Burglary Test - Electronic Code Lock with 1 User Code

The high-quality floor safes are manufactured in Germany and are suitable for securing values, documents, cash, jewelry and all other valuables.

A floor safe can be concealed optimally for prying eyes, and the installation can be easily planned in new buildings.

BT Floor safe Models 2 and 4 can also be used as deposit boxes, due to a round hole in the top of the cabinet where you can continuously drop money cylinders.

€1,415.00
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FT-001723-00000-39E4300
  • Class B is an old German certification defined under standard VDMA 24992.

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Product NameBT 4 Burglary-proof Floor Cabinet (80 L) - Grade B Burglary Test - Electronic Code Lock with 1 User Code
ModelBT 4 - Elektronisk Kodelås
Safe SeriesBT - Floorsafe with certified Burglary resistance. Built-in shock absorbers for the door, to ensure better closure. Deposition function through hole in top of cabinet.
ColorRAL 7035 (Light Grey)
Delivery time1-2 weeks
Safe KindFloor Safe
Safe PurposeDocuments, Valuables
Weight - kg73
Burglary GradeGRADE B
Burglary Test MethodVDMA 24992
Fire ResistanceNo Fire Insulation
LockCode Lock
Lock TypeLG Combogard 39E 4300 / 3047 - 1 Manager
Battery & emergency opening9 V, Batteries can be replaced from the outside
Capacity - Liter80
Capacity - Binders7
Height - External (mm)525
Width - Exterior (mm)600
Depth - Exterior (mm)430
Depth incl. Lock / Handle (mm)430
Height - Interior (mm)330
Width - Interior (mm)584
Depth - Interior (mm)414
Door Opening - Height (mm)355
Door Opening - Width (mm)330
Door Opening - Angle90 Degrees - Internal hinges
Door StructureDouble walled steel (80 mm)
Body structureSingle-walled
BoltingFloor

BT 4 Floor Safe - Electronic Lock

The floor safes are manufactured in Germany of a high quality and are suitable for securing valuables, documents, cash, jewelry and similar goods.

A floor safe can be concealed optimally for prying eyes, and the installation can be easily planned in new buildings.

Floor safes models 2 and 4 can also be used as deposit boxes, due to a round hole in the top of the cupboard where you can continuously drop money cylinders.

The floor cabinets are easy to open, due to the hydraulic gas springs inside the cabinet.

Certified Grade B burglary protection, VDMA 24992

This floor safe is certified in Grade B burglary protection according to VDMA 24992.

Safe specifications

The door is an 80mm thick double door, and secured with a powerful four-way movable lattice with vertical latches.

The floor safes are provided with drill-resistant steel plates that protect the lock and the guard against drill attacks.

The walls are constructed with a high resistance to all known methods of attack including a special barrier to withstand hammer, chisel, drill and other cutting equipment.

The floor safe comes standard with a double combination key lock (9.5 cm). It is also possible to buy it with a user-friendly electronic code lock. Both lock types are EN 1300 approved in European standard.

The door can be opened 90 ° due to the internal hinges.

Floor safes should ideally be installed by a professional, under construction of the house.

Lock Options

This safe can be alternatively to the LG39 E Electronic Lock also be used with a key lock or a mechanical combination lock.

Customer Questions
Install a safe: How can I install a floor safe?

The floor safes a perfect solution for storing jewelry, documents, cash, and other valuables. One of their biggest advantages is the fact that floor safes are very difficult to find, especially if you place a piece of furniture on top. Floor safes are also ideal if you have limited space. It is very important that the safe is installed and secured in the correct way. 

1. First of all, determine the desired location for installation. Make sure there are no wires, heating systems or pipes before starting your work.

2. Prepare the hole by digging in the floor. Don't forget that you need extra room around the safe.

3. Pour concrete mix in the hole and let it dry. For BT floor safes, it is recommended to pour 70mm of concrete mix. Do it carefully, this is an important step, and overfilling the hole would make your safe protrude out of the floor!

4. Then, pour gravel (or fine sand) over the bottom layer of concrete. For BT floor safes, 30 to 40 mm of gravel is recommended.

5. Insert the safe in the center of the hole with the top cover on.

6. Use concrete mix to fill in the space around the safe.

7. The top of safe must not exceed the ground level.

8. Smooth the surface of the concrete by a trowel.

9. Let the concrete set. Please keep in mind that if the installation is not done in the correct way, the safe loses its warranty.

 

This is the full floor safes installation manual for BT floor safes.

For more information, have a look on our floor safes and wall safes variety.

Safe Locks: Problems with closing or opening the safe?

It could have various reasons, why you are not able to close or open the safe, but most of the time the cause is quite simple to solve. 

Lock

After installation your lock needs to beep twice, which means that the code is installed correctly.

Stuck Doors

If your safe door is open it means that the lock is still not working, so you have to know the fact that the locking pins are forcing the lock into the manipulation protecting. The locking pins on the hinged side of the door are in contact with the body of the safe, which means that it is causing a force on the locking mechanism and the lock tongue.

The solution in this case, is to hold the power of the bolt, by pressing the handle immediately after entering the code in the closed position and then the latch is opened normally. It will work, when you remove the entire load from the tongue and try to raise the torque with a lever.

Battery and Emergency Power

In case if the battery runs out you have 2 emergency power buttons on the keypad, these are only for temporary use.

Safe Locks: The battery is empty and I can not open my safe. Is there somehow a way to open it?

You can use the emergency power to open your vault, even with an empty battery. To activate the emergency power, you need a 9V block battery, which you need to insert into the corresponding contacts on your input unit.

On the right side, next to the keypad of the lock, you can find two notches. These must be exposed with a knife or a spatula, because underneath are the contact points for the 9V block battery.

Now you can adapt the 9V block battery to the contacts. Note that the large negative pole is placed on the large contact and the small positive pole on the small contact.

The flowing emergency power from the battery allows you to put in the numerical code and thus opening the safe.

Allow the emergency power to flow until the vault is completely open. When you have done this you can replace the empty batteries with new ones as normal.

 emergency

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