Fire Star 1 Fireproof Data Safe - Burglary Test Grade I / Fire Test 60 min - Code Lock

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  • Grade I prevents burglary access for 30 minutes.
  • Internal temp. lower than 50ºC during 60 min with external temp. above 1090ºC

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Product NameFire Star 1 Fireproof Data Safe - Burglary Test Grade I / Fire Test 60 min - Code Lock
Safe SeriesFire Star Plus - Data safes with Burglary Test in Grade I and Fire Test for 120 minutes. Protection against Fire Gases and Water from fire extinguishers. Meets requirements for resistance to electromagnetic interference of data. Supplied with a Key Lock.
ColorGraphite Grey (RAL 7024) / Light Grey (RAL 7035)
Safe PurposeData
Weight - kg198
Burglary GradeGRADE I
Burglary Test MethodEN 1143-1
Certification centreVdS and ECB•S Germany
Cash RatingGRADE I
Fire ResistanceNo Fire Insulation
Fire CertificationEN 1047-1: S 60 DIS
Fire Test MethodEN 1047-1
Fire Test center ECB•S Germany
LockCode Lock
Capacity - Liter23
Height - External (mm)646
Width - Exterior (mm)596
Depth - Exterior (mm)555
Depth incl. Lock / Handle (mm)0
Height - Interior (mm)324
Width - Interior (mm)308
Depth - Interior (mm)228
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Install a safe: How can I bolt the safe myself?

Be aware that there are no wiring or piping in the location you want to install the safe.  

Follow these steps to bolt your safe:

You can easily bolt your safe following 8 simple steps.

1. Place the safe onto its final position.
   2. Mark the spot on the floor or the wall where the bolting holes are located.
   3. Move the safe aside.
   4. Make sure you use the right drill for the material and an appropriately sized drill bit.
   5. Drill holes into the designated marks.
   6. Reposition the safe over the mounting hole.
   7. Insert the bolt through the inside of the safe into the hole.
   8. Tighten up the nut of the bolt.



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