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2-Hour Fire Safes (Large)


These Gardall fire resistive safes are designed and tested to withstand severe fire with outside temperatures reaching 1750°F. Interior temper-atures will not exceed 350°F within two hours. The charring of paper occurs at 405°F. All Gardall fire resistive safes provide a comfortable margin that protects your valuables. But these models don’t stop at just fire protection. They also have Class “B” burglary resistive features built in right at the factory. And don’t forget, every fire insurance policy states that “proof of loss” is required for claims. When your business or personnel inventories are locked inside a Gardall fire resistive safe, your “proof of loss” is protected.

Standard Features

  • Full locking bar on hinged side of door deterring entry by removal of hinges
  • Plated interlocking door bolts extend deep into safe wall
  • Hard plate between the lock and dial ring.
  • Independent locking device designed to stop forced entry
  • U.L. group II combination or electronic push-button lock available.
  • Heavy duty casters welded to safe body to allow the safe to be positioned easily
  • Adjustable shelves

Lock Options

  • Push Button Electronic
  • Mechanical Combination
  • Single Key (Key-op)

Standard colors: Gray or sandstone.

Model Outside Dimensions
H W D
Inside Dimensions
H W D
Cubic
Inches
Approx.
Weight (lbs.)
Shelves Retail
Price
3620 43½” 25¾” 26¾” 36¼” 20½” 19½” 14,490 804 3 $2995.00
4220 49½” 25¾” 26¾” 42¼” 20½” 19½” 16,890 871 3 $3225.00
4820 55½” 25¾” 26¾” 48¼” 20½” 19½” 19,285 975 4 $3615.00

Add 2” to outside depth for dial and handle.   All specifications are subject to change without notice.

Manufacturers 2-Hr. Fire Label

The above mentioned Gardall fire resistive safes carry a 2-hour Manufacturers Fire Label.

A safe similar in construction was tested by an independent testing facility. The furnace temperature reached 1750°F for a period of time exceeding 2 hrs., before the interior of the safe reached 350°F.