Phoenix Fire Commander 1900 Series
The Phoenix 1900 Fire Commander Series offers unrivalled protection for documents, data and cash
- 2 hours fire protection Paper 1 hour Hard Data
- Cash rating of up to £2500.00 overnight* for insurance purposes
- Valuables and jewellery rating of £25,000.00 overnight*
- Digital electronic lock with programmable user code up to 16 digits in length
- Completed with full width lockable drawer unit and shelves
Fire strikes without warning! To combat this ever-present threat, Phoenix has provided the ultimate in protection for irreplaceable company records and documents. In a furnace test, with the fire at an incredible 1122°C, the Phoenix Fire Commander safely protected its contents for up to 2 hours
In addition, our engineers have produced not only the finest ever protection against fire, but the cupboard is attractively designed. This pleasing design disguises a safe of colossal strength, which can withstand the crushing pressures of a building collapsing upon it during a fire.
The safe is locked with a user friendly, but high security digital electronic lock. The lock allows the user to programme their own personal code of easily remembered numbers, up to a maximum of 16 digits. The single door models 1901 and 1902 also have the advantage of a “slam action” automatic locking mechanism for emergency use.
The large capacity of the 1900 Series with internal capacities from 163 litres to a staggering 699 litres, is fitted with adjustable full width shelves and either one or two lockable steel drawer units.
The DPI03 is available as an option on 1902 and 1903. This media container is necessary should you wish to store data, as data has a low critical temperature of 52°C. All data requires extra protection against not only heat, but water, airborne debris, humidity, toxic gases, superheated steam and smoke, all of which are always present during a fire. This sealed container ensures that the Phoenix Fire Commander 1900 Series can successfully protect every type of document, whether it be in the form of paper records or data against even the most hazardous and damaging of fires.