Why Should You Have a Fireproof Safe?

Keeping the valuable processions in a regular locked cabinet may prevent them from theft, but definitely not from fire. However, fireproof safes have proved to protect the valuables from fire disasters and theft.

These are available in different sizes and shapes. While small, compact safes are ideal for house usage. All of them are made of thick steel and they are made fire resistant by lining the interior with insulating material. You can visit axcesslocksmiths.com.au/safes/sydney/fire-resistant-safe to buy fireproof safes.

Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is an independent, third-party product testing and certification organization that provides accepted standards for grading the fireproof safes depending on their resistance to fire. A low UL grade safe is more resistant to high temperature. 

These fireproof file cabinets are available in different shapes such as vertical fireproof file cabinet, lateral fireproof cabinet and side tab or end tab file cabinets. Depending on the size of the paper documents and the preferred organization of files, consumers can select suitable safe.

Fireproof media safe requires UL grade 125 to protect electronic media files. Fireproof media safe also protects their contents from dust, magnetic field and humidity. Due to the high protection they offer, the price of the fireproof media safe is slightly higher than the regular fireproof safes.