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Get a Fireproof Safe Installed in Edmonton Today

Out fire safes offer unprecedented fire resistance technology to give you peace of mind, and incredible protection in the event of a fire. Get a fireproof vault or fireproof safe installed in your Edmonton home and office! The durable construction and sophisticated moisture pocket insulation technology allow it to carry a UL Class 350 1-hour fire rating.


Customize your safe to fit your commercial or residential needs! SafeWorld® safes come with a variety of features and color options to choose from. The only difficult part will be deciding which safe works best for you. For example, do fireproof safes or burglary safes best fit your needs? Before making the final decision, make sure to take the following 3 factors into consideration:

The size/capacity of the safe: The type of safe you buy will depend on where you want it installed and what you want to store in it. The best option for determining the right size is to measure the largest object you want to keep stored, and go from there.

Location of the safe: Knowing how much space you have available in your home or business will help determine which safe works best for you. Be sure to take door widths and heights into consideration.

Degree of protection: SafeWorld® offers a variety of safes which employ different security measures. You might need a fireproof safe, or a safe which protects against burglary. We offer both, so schedule a consultation, and we can help you determine which one best fits your needs!

Features

UL Class 350 1-hour fire rating

Heavy-gauge satin-coated steel with anti-rust treatment

Insulation – millions of moisture pockets between the walls of the safe

Heavy-duty hinges

Sargent & Greenleaf 6730 key-change combination lock

3/4” locking bolts (2)

Adjustable shelf on most models

Heavy-duty caster base: GX-1, GX-2, GX-3, GX-4

Find the best selection of safes in the area, with SafeWorld®, the easy choice. Contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation and get started!

Colour Options

Creamy Beige

Creamy Beige

Grey

Grey

Satin Black

Satin Black

U.L FIRE RESISTANCE RATING CLASSIFICATION

The following is an explanation of the Underwriters Laboratories fire-resistant container testing procedures on the Class 350F, one-hour and Class 350F two-hour fire labels.


U.L Label/Class 350F-one hour and Class 350F-two hour - The safe will maintain an interior temperature less than 350F when exposed to fire for a period of one hour at 1700F or for a period of two hours at 1850F. Safe must successfully undergo all other requirements for the Fire Endurance Test, Explosion Hazard Test and the Fire/Impact Test as stated below.

Fire Endurance Test

After heat sensors and paper are placed inside the safe, the unit is locked and exposed to a uniformly distributed fire. The furnace is regulated to reach a maximum temperature of 1700F for a period of one hour, or 1850F for two hours and then allowed to cool without being opened. The interior temperature is recorded throughout the test and during the cooling period until a definite drop is shown and must never exceed 350F.


Once cooled, the unit is opened and examined for usability. The unit’s locking mechanisms and part fastenings are examined for security, and the interior is examined for visible evidence of undue heat transmission.

heating scale for safe in fires

Explosion Hazard Test

The safe is locked and placed into a furnace preheated to 2000F. This temperature is maintained for 30 minutes (45 minutes in case of 2-hour test) and if no explosion results, the unit is allowed to cool without opening the furnace doors.

 

Once cooled, the unit is opened and examined for usability. The unit’s locking mechanisms and part fastenings are examined for security, and the interior is examined for visible evidence of undue heat transmission.

Fire Impact Test (Manufacturers Option)

After the explosion hazard test, the safe is removed from the furnace and within two minutes is dropped 30' onto a riprap of brick on a heavy concrete base. After impact the unit is examined for deformation, rupture of parts, damaged insulation and any other openings into the interior of the unit. Once cooled, the unit is inverted and reheated to 1550F for a period of 30 minutes (2 hour test: 45 min. at 1638F).


Once cooled, the unit is opened and examined for usability. The unit’s locking mechanisms and part fastenings are examined for security, and the interior is examined for visible evidence of undue heat transmission.

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