Independent testing helps ensure that a safe offers the level of protection claimed by the manufacturer. There are many different organizations who offer testing, certification and approval for fireproof safes. Here are some of the organizations you might see mentioned when looking for a fireproof safe.
Traditionally, safes were designed to provide a single kind of protection. But with demands of modern home and office life, safes must now offer more varied capabilities.
Phoenix Safes recently launched new fire resistant versions of their Planet and Cosmos security safes. These new models are available in the same sizes and with the same locking options as the standard Planet and Cosmos ranges, but also offer 60 minutes fire protection for documents.
Digital media changes rapidly. Products that were commonly used a few years ago are now most likely obsolete, and a whole new range of products have taken their place. As well as being faster, cheaper or offering more storage capacity than their predecessors, these new media may also have different tolerances to heat and temperature. [...]
Christmas is coming, and if you’re not on Santa’s Naughty List then maybe you’re going to find a new laptop or tablet computer under the Christmas Tree next week. But have you thought about how to keep your expensive new gadget safely stored?
This time of year brings its own unique hazards and it is all too easy for celebrations to end in tragedy. While it is impossible to predict where or why a serious fire might occur, there are many precautions you can take to minimize your risk this Christmas.
Fire isn’t the only potential disaster that you might want to protect your belongings and valuables against. Flooding and water damage can easily destroy vulnerable, unprotected items in your home or office. A waterproof safe might be the answer.
Wall safes offer an enhanced level of security protection in certain circumstances. Higher-end models may even offer some level of fire protection, but can you depend on this to protect your valuables?
Generally speaking, the basic principles behind fireproof safes have remained unchanged since the late 19th century. The body of the safe is designed with a double wall. The gap between each wall is filled with a fire retardant material. When this is heated during a fire, it releases water vapour which helps keep the interior of the safe cool.
FireproofSafes.co.uk will be launching its online store very soon. To celebrate, we’re giving you the chance to claim a 10% discount on all products. Our prices are already among the best in the UK, so this is your chance to pick up a real bargain.