Data Safe with certified Fire Test for 60 Min and Burglary Test in Grade S2.
Double walls filled with heat-resistant materials. The door has an expanding seal to protect from Fire Gases and Water from fire extinguishers.
The Office Data Star fire resistant Data Safe is specially designed for securing data media such as LTO data tapes.
Shelves or pull-out drawers with a tray for organizing data tapes can be purchased separately.
Available in four different sizes with either Key Lock or Code Lock. Choose your lock type above the products table.
Classified EN 1047-1 - This level of classification indicates resistance during the exposure to heat. It prevents data media from destruction for 60 min at an outside temperature of 1090ºC and the inside temperature does not exceed 50ºC. The maximum air humidity in the safe designated for data media is 85%. The safe is exposed to sudden heat in order to simulate an explosion and is dropped from a height of 9.15 meters to simulate a fall through a ceiling.
|Product Name||Office Data Star 240 Fireproof Data Safe - 456 LTO Tapes - Code Lock|
|Model||Office Data Star 240 - Code Lock|
|Safe Series||Office Data Star - Safe with Burglary Test in Grade S2 and Fire Test for 60 minutes. Designed with an expanding seal around the door to protect data media from fire gases and water from fire extinguishers.|
|Color||Graphite Grey (RAL 7024) / Light Grey (RAL 7035). Other colors (optional + 15%)|
|Delivery time||1-2 weeks|
|Safe Kind||Free Standing|
|Weight - kg||393|
|Burglary Test Method||EN 14450|
|Certification centre||ECB•S Germany|
|Fire Resistance||60 Minutes|
|Fire Certification||EN 1047-1: S 60 DIS|
|Fire Test Method||NT-FIRE 017|
|Fire Test Link||http://www.sp.se/sv/units/fire/Documents/Konstruktion/NT%20Fire%20017%20Edition%203%202003-09.pdf|
|Fire Test center||ECB•S Germany|
|Lock Type||LG Combogard 39E 6040 / 5750K - 1 Manager|
|Battery & emergency opening||9 V, Batteries can be replaced from the outside|
|Shelf (Standard)||2 Movable shelves|
|Capacity - Liter||240|
|Capacity - Binders||18|
|Capacity Data - LTO tapes||456 LTO tapes (8 pullout shelves / 57 units each)|
|Height - External (mm)||1200|
|Width - Exterior (mm)||630|
|Depth - Exterior (mm)||648|
|Depth incl. Lock / Handle (mm)||724|
|Height - Interior (mm)||1,061|
|Width - Interior (mm)||492|
|Depth - Interior (mm)||460|
|Door Opening - Height (mm)||1061|
|Door Opening - Width (mm)||492|
|Door Opening - Angle||180 Degrees - External Hinges|
|Width (Safe + Door) - Door Open 180 degrees||1275|
|Depth (Safe + Door) - Door Open 90 degrees||1271|
|Door Bolts||4-sided bolts|
|Hinges side||Right Side|
|Door Structure||4-walled steel|
The Office Data Star is a series of professional safes built to store and protect data media from burglary and fire.
The loss of electronic equipment or digital memory tools can represent severe damages for companies or businesses and generally involves legal consequences.
Office Data Star Safes can be a worry free solution for offices, businesses and companies to store digital supports sensitive to high temperatures such as CDs, DVDs, USB, tapes, hard drives or LTO tapes under safe conditions.
Besides being certified by ECB-S in the security class S2 (European Standard EN 14450), this reliable safe has also been tested and certified as a fireproof safe resistant to fire and high temperatures for at least 60 minutes, fitting with the European norm NT FIRE 017.
After 60 minutes of exposure to 1090 ° C heat, the internal temperature will still be below 50°C and humidity will amount less than 85%.
This certification makes this safe able to stand for at least one hour at a temperature of over 1000 °C, keeping your company assets safe and sound. In this way, it is possible to dispose of the data when the fire has been extinguished.
The structure of the door is secured with heavy bolts (Ø 25 mm) on each side of the safe for extra security.
The hinges have been placed externally on the right side of the safe, offering a 180 ° opening of the door.
Office Data Star protect your data from fire gases and water from fire extinguishers.
The safe is delivered with anchoring material to fix to the floor.
This safe is delivered with a high security electronic lock, with the possibility to have up to 9 different user codes
If you have questions about finding the right configuration for your needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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*Please note that the product pictures show the safe series but not necessarily the specific safe you’re looking at. You should always check the product characteristics for the exact dimensions, weight, number of shelves etc.
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Find below the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding security, battery and other concerns of Safe Locks.
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.|
Before buying a fireproof safe, you need to consider that the sensitivity to heat varies throughout material. So you should know the material of the valuables you want to keep protected from fire damage. Usually, it is distinguished between documents (business reports, licenses, birth certificates, old artifacts, passports, insurance documents etc.) made of paper, and data (hard drives, CDs & DVDs, old negatives & photographs, flash drives, old cassette tapes, USB drives, micro SD cards, etc.). Thus, different fire resistance standards are required:
When exposed to fire, the interior temperature in the closed safe should not increase by more than 150°C because this would harm the documents. As an insulation material, a special mixture of cement/mortar and water is usually used. The relatively high amount of bound water in the mixture keeps the temperature in the wall of the safe at a maximum of around 100°C.
Data is damaged at lower degrees. So when exposed to fire, the interior temperature in the closed data safe should not increase by more than 30-50°C. The walls of the safe are usually constructed in several layers. In the first layer, a special mixture of cement/mortar and water is used. There the temperature does not increase to more than 100°C. In the middle layer, special insulation materials are used, which prevent the heat from getting through the wall. As third layer, heat-absorbing material is used, which has a cooling effect on the wall.
Depending on the requirements of the fire resistance class, different filling materials or wall thicknesses are used.
Common to both types: Sealings are installed in the gaps of the door. Depending on the fire class requirements, high-temperature-resistant seals against fire gases or penetrating heat are utilized. These modern seals swell from a certain temperature and reliably close the door gap in the event of a fire.