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17th April 2019 Issue no. 453
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Keep valuable documents safe with the Fire Stor from Securikey
The Fire Stor range of fire and burglary resistant storage cabinets from Securikey offers an extremely reliable and affordable solution for the safekeeping of important documents and other valuables - providing complete peace of mind even in the face of the unexpected.
When the home or workplace succumbs to fire, the destruction of documents such as insurance policies, wills, passports and certificates can greatly prolong the time it takes for a person or company to get their affairs back in order.
The Fire Stor protects against this eventuality with a double walled construction that incorporates a fire resistant filling according to DIN 4102.
Securikey is a member of Euro Safe UK, proving that the products they supply meet with the very highest criteria. In addition to protecting valuables from fire damage, the Fire Stor range has undergone intense burglary tests to prove each cabinet complies with EN14450-S1. This is due to the range's incredibly well-designed, hardy construction, with each cabinet fitted as standard with five heavy-duty locking bolts secured on three sides as well as a VdS approved safe lock. The Fire Stor is suitable for the storage of valuables up to the value of £20,000, depending on risk and location.
Fire Stor cabinets are available in a choice of five sizes, ranging from 860mm to 1,950mm in height and 600mm to 1,200mm in width. All have a depth of 520mm. For those who wish to customise their Fire Stor, additional options include an internal lockable compartment, pull-out frames that accommodate suspension files and additional shelving. As with all Securikey products, a range of locking options are available that can meet anything from medium to high security requirements.
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