S15 Datasafe (1344 LTO) - Fire Test 120 min - Code Lock

Data Media Safes - 120 minutes Fire resistant Data safes of series S provide data security and optimum access protection.

The S Data safes have fire protection for up to 120 minutes, tested according to EN 1047-1 and ECB-S standards. The safe is ideal for use in small rooms due to its compact design which maximizes the interior volume and reduces the weight of the safe.

The S data safe is customizable with drawers or extra shelves for storing your data. This safe comes with key or code lock.

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  • Internal temp. lower than 50ºC during 120 min with external temp. above 1090ºC

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Product NameS15 Datasafe (1344 LTO) - Fire Test 120 min - Code Lock
ModelS15 Code Lock
Safe SeriesThe S data safe series is a customizable data safe series that protects your data from fire, provides data security and optimum access protection.
ColorAs picture
Safe KindFree Standing
Safe PurposeData
Weight - kg922
Burglary GradeNo classification
Fire Resistance120 Minutes
Fire CertificationEN 1047-1: S 120 DIS
Fire Test MethodEN 1047-1
Fire Test center ECB•S Germany
LockCode Lock
Lock TypeKABA Combi B30 - 1 Master, 30 users
Battery & emergency openingAAA, Batteries can be replaced from the outside
Drawer0 Drawers
Capacity - Liter590
Capacity - Laptops100 Laptops with charging
Capacity Data - LTO tapesS15 Data Safe - 1344 LTO - 12 Drawer - 112 LTO p. Drawer
Height - External (mm)1850
Width - Exterior (mm)1195
Depth - Exterior (mm)918
Height - Interior (mm)1,450
Width - Interior (mm)855
Depth - Interior (mm)470
Hinges sideRight Side
Body Thickness (mm)170
BoltingNone

Data Media Safes - 120 minutes Fire resistant Data safes of series S provide data security and optimum access protection.

The S Data safes have fire protection for up to 120 minutes, tested according to EN 1047-1 and ECB-S standards. The safe is ideal for use in small rooms due to its compact design which maximizes the interior volume and reduces the weight of the safe.

The S data safe is customizable with drawers or extra shelves for storing your data. This safe comes with key or code lock.

Customer Questions
Fireproof Safes: Will a fireproof safe protect paper and also a hard drive?

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:

Fireproof Safes for Paper Documents

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.

Fireproof Data Safes

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.

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