KWT 900 is a series of weapon safes certified in Grade 0 according to DIN EN 1143-1.
It is ideal for storing handguns and/or ammunition. Thanks to the interior design with 8 screws it also perfectly used to store car keys at home or in your retail store.
The door is secured with a double-bit high-security key lock (2 keys) and protects against burglary thanks to the 4-sided door locking.
Prepared with one anchoring hole in the bottom and two holes in the rear wall for additional use. Standard delivered with 8 holding bolts.
|Product Name||KWT 900 - Burglary Test Grade 0 - Key Lock|
|Safe Series||KWT 900 - Weapon safe series certified in Grade 0 for storing handguns and/or ammunition. Also ideal for storing car keys because of the 8 screws that are included. High-secured door thanks to the 4-sided door locking. Available with Key Lock or Code Lock|
|Color||Graphite Grey (RAL 7024)|
|Delivery time||2-3 weeks|
|Safe Purpose||Keys, Valuables, Weapons|
|Weight - kg||31|
|Burglary Grade||GRADE 0|
|Burglary Test Method||EN 1143-1|
|Certification centre||ECB•S Germany|
|Cash Rating||GRADE 0|
|Fire Resistance||No Fire Insulation|
|Capacity - Liter||5|
|Capacity - Laptops||100 Laptops with charging|
|Height - External (mm)||405|
|Width - Exterior (mm)||360|
|Depth - Exterior (mm)||170|
|Depth incl. Lock / Handle (mm)||0|
|Height - Interior (mm)||325|
|Width - Interior (mm)||271|
|Depth - Interior (mm)||55|
|Door Opening - Angle||180 Degrees - External Hinges|
|Door Bolts||4-sided bolts|
KWT 900 are Insurance approved handgun safes certified in Grade 0 according to DIN EN 1143-1.
Ideal to keep your valuable pistols and/or ammunition safe and dispose them in a secure and comfortable way.
This safe is designed as weapon safe, but of course, you can use it also alternatively for other valuables, such as car keys, cash, jewelry at home or in your retail store.
The KWT 900 has a double-bit high-security key lock (2 keys) and a silver handle that is protruding for approximately 12 mm.
The door is constructed with a 4-sided door locking, a door opening angle of 180° and hinged on right.
Prepared with one anchoring hole in the bottom and two holes in the rear wall for additional use.
Standard delivered with 8 holding bolts. Graphite Grey (RAL 7024).
The KWT 900 comes with keylock or electronic version, which protrudes for 39 mm.
If you have questions about finding the right configuration for your needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can find more about Safegear’s full selection of weapon safes, right here.
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SafeGear offers you a wide variety of delivery options. We find the best delivery partners and ensure fast and safe delivery. To our services belongs delivery with or without installation and standard or express delivery. The following guideline will give answers to all questions you may have.
Find below the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding security, battery and other concerns of Safe Locks.
If you want to prevent your guns and ammunition from getting rusted, you should always protect them from humidity. Depending on what kind of safe you own and its location, moisture may develop inside the safe and can damage the content beyond repair.
Therefore, we recommend that you open the safe every 2 weeks for at least 15 minutes, to ensure that your documents/guns remain in the pristine condition in the safe.
Furthermore, you should always pay attention when choosing where you want to install the safe. It is always better to avoid places with high humidity levels, such as basements or any places close to laundry rooms.
It is also advisable to place a dehumidifier in the safe if it is placed in an area with high humidity.
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.|