SB Pro 50 - Fireproof Security Safe (35 Binders) - Light Grey - Code lock MLBR5010

SB Pro is an anti-burglary and fire-resistant document safe.

Provides you with storage for documents, medications or other smaller items to secure. It is ideal for private homes, companies and offices.

Safe to store large quantities of documents that need protection against fire and unauthorized access. Due to double-walled steel structure, the SB Pro safe provides great protection against burglary.

The included bolts give you the possibility to mount your safe to the wall or floor.

This document safe series is available for an additional charge with hanging file extensions or pull-out shelves.

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  • Fire insulation layer -not certified- that protects from initial phases of a fire.

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Product NameSB Pro 50 - Fireproof Security Safe (35 Binders) - Light Grey - Code lock MLBR5010
ModelSB Pro 50 - Elektronisk Kodelås
Safe SeriesSB Pro - DOCUMENT FIREPROOF SAFES. Store large quantities of documents that need protection against Fire and Unauthorized Access. Due to a continuous double-walled structure, the SB pro series provides great protection against burglary.
ColorLight Grey (RAL 7035)
Delivery time1-3 working days
Safe KindFree Standing
Safe PurposeDocuments, Pharmaceuticals, Valuables
Weight - kg106
Burglary GradeNo classification
Fire ResistanceFire Insulated
Fire CertificationInsulated: a fire insulation layer makes the safe resistant against high temperatures during the first minutes of fire. It is not a certified fire test.
Fire Test MethodDIN 4102 Noncombustible Materiale
LockCode Lock
Lock TypeM-Locks EM2020 / BR5010 - 1 Manager
Battery & emergency opening9 V, Batteries can be replaced from the outside
Shelf (Standard)4 Movable shelves
Capacity - Liter493
Capacity - Binders35
Height - External (mm)1900
Width - Exterior (mm)700
Depth - Exterior (mm)550
Height - Interior (mm)1,840
Width - Interior (mm)630
Depth - Interior (mm)425
Door Opening - Height (mm)1800
Door Opening - Width (mm)600
Door Opening - Angle180 Degrees - External Hinges
Door Bolts3-sided bolts (Ø 25 mm)
Hinges sideRight Side
Door StructureDouble walled steel
Body structureDouble-walled
BoltingFloor, Wall
Bolts Included1

SB Pro - Secure storage documents cabinet

Secure storage documents cabinet SB Pro is an excellent choice for who cares about their documents. Suitable for other small items as well, it offers high protection against unauthorized access. Can be the ideal safe for a private home or a company that needs a strong storage. Fire proof material insulation according DIN 4102 Since both the body and the door are fire-proof insulated (in accordance with DIN 4102), it offers a complete protection in case of fire. Furthermore, it is equipped with an additional integrated seal in the door groove.

Key Facts

SB Pro has a double walled construction, for a heavy protection against burglary. Designed with high quality materials, the door is supplied with 4 sided bolts (Ø 25 mm). Thanks to the external hinges, the door has a 180 degrees opening angle. Depending on the model, it is available hinged on the right or with two doors. Ready to be installed on the floor and the rear wall, the anchoring hardware is included.

Lock Options

SB Pro is available with:

• Double bit key lock with two 90 mm keys long.

• High security code lock, with one manager and one unique code.

Both locks are certified following European standards EN 1300.

Configuration Options

This safe provides height-adjustable shelves that offer a full customization.

The body color is available in Light Grey (RAL 7035), being an elegant piece of furniture whether at home or in the office.

Contact Us

If you have questions about finding the right configuration for your needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Did not found what you were looking for? See Safegear’ s full selection of document safes. *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.

Customer Questions
Safe locks: All you need to know

Find below the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding security, battery and other concerns of Safe Locks.

Order & Delivery: All you need to know

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.

Safe Locks: How do I change the battery on my code lock? M-Locks EM2020 / EM3520 - BR5010?

To replace the battery, open the compartment at the bottom of the keypad by sliding the plastic cover to the right.

Follow these steps to replace the battery on your safe:

1) Open the compartment at the bottom of the lock by sliding the plastic cover to the right.


2) Once the plastic cover is open, carefully remove the old battery from the input unit.

3) Disconnect the battery clip and connect it to the new battery.

4) Place the battery inside the lock and close battery cover.


Only use quality 9V batteries. The keypad BR5010 is used with code locks like EM2020 or EM3520 from M-Locks.

The keypad is used on safe series:

Lyra, Libra, Paper Star Light, Gemini Pro, SB Pro, GTA, GTB, Safegear Gun Safe, KWT, Topas PRO, Einsatzdeposit

Safe Locks: I think my keypad is faulty. How can I check this? BR 5010 (EM2020 / EM3520)

If the keypad test doesn't identify any issues, you may be typing the wrong code. The M-Locks BR 5010 create a long beep-sound if you type in the wrong code. Please keep in mind that if you are typing the wrong code four times, you will be locked out for 5 minutes. After expiration, entry of two more invalid codes restarts the 5 minute blocking period.

Follow this step-by-step process to check that your keypad works properly:

If the keypad test doesn't identify any issues, you may be typing the wrong code. The M-Locks BR 5010 creates a long bip if you type in wrong code. Please keep in mind that if you are typing the wrong code four times, you will be locked out for 5 minutes. After expiration, entry of two more invalid codes restarts the 5 minute blocking period.

Download the manual by clicking the link below:

BR 5010 test

This video also outlines the process of checking your keypad:


Please note that some of these locks, you do not need to turn the disc, but only need to enter the code and then turn the handle instead.

Safe Locks: My electronic safe lock is out of battery. How can I replace the battery?

Every safe equipped with a Code Lock has an external contact on which an external backup battery can be connected or the battery can possibly be changed from outside.

You can still access your safe in case of battery failure.

Depending on the safe lock, you can either:

1) Replace the battery externally, usually at the bottom of the keypad.

2) Connect an external battery to the keypad and open the door.

3) Some safes are delivered with an emergency key from the factory.

Safe Locks: I forgot the code to my safe. Can you help me?

For security reasons, neither Safegear nor the manufacturer of the safe lock has a master code to unlock your safe. In some cases there is an option of opening the safe with the emergency key. If there is no emergency key for your safe code lock, you may need to break open the safe to recover your valuables inside the safe, which would destroy the safe.

Safe Locks: How can I get an extra copy of the key for my safe?

You can ask a local locksmith to make a copy if you still have a key.

If you lost all your keys to your safe, it will depend on whether your door is:

1) OPEN - you can replace the entire safe lock with a new lock that will usually come with 2-3 keys.


2) LOCKED - no easy solution. A professional would have to either pick the safe lock (not easy!) or break into the safe to recover any valuables by cutting a hole or breaking the door open with a crowbar. The exact approach would depend on the security level of your safe but the safe will be destroyed and you would have to replace it.

Safe Locks: I have a EM3520 Electronic Lock from M-Locks (Deadbolt). Normally, I turn the keypad a quarter of a turn in order to open the safe. Now, I'm able to turn the keypad a quarter without inserting the code and I'm not able to open the safe. What happened?

Excessive force has been applied to the keypad, eventually making the aluminum shaft (that physically links the keypad to the lock) to twist. Because it´s twisted, the bolts will not retract with a normal rotation. You will need to unmount the keypad and replace the shaft with a new one.


Technical Support

Safe Locks: I cannot mount the keypad BR 5010 properly. Keypad cannot be attached to the door surface, what to do?

When the input unit is being changed on the safe with the lock EM3520 - that means that the input unit is turneable, the lock from the inside of the door has to be removed.

Follow the steps below:

1. Remove the cover from the back of the door.

2. Dismount the lock (4 screws in the conrners of lock)

3. Install the input unit according the manual - make sure that the cable is properly placed in the spindle.

4. Mount the lock back


6. Mount the door cover back.

Safe Locks: I have an electronic lock. How often do I have to change the battery?

It depends on how often the electronic safe lock is being used. All electronic locks give an audible and/or visual warning when the battery is running low. As soon as this happens, it is advisable to replace the old battery with new ones.

You can always replace your electronic safe lock quickly even if it has already run out of battery. Read our FAQ on how you can change the electronic lock of your safe without expert help.

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