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Phoenix Fortress Security Safes (586.9 KB)
|Internal Volume (ltr)||24|
|Locking (as standard)||Key Locking|
|Certification||Tested to European S2 Security Standard (EN14450 - ECB.S Certified)|
|Equivalent Model with Keypad||PHO-SS1182E|
|Shelves as Standard||1|
|Fixing Kit / Bolts Included||Yes|
|Bolt-Down Installation||Available if Required|
|Product Feature||Fitted with high security double bitted VDS Class 1 keylock|
|Product Feature||Suitable for storage of controlled drugs whose active ingredients do not exceed 500 grams|
|Construction||Double wall construction with anti-drill plates and re-locker protection for the door provide a safe of great strength|
|UK Mainland Delivery Info||Please allow 5-7 working days lead time if a delivery and position or bolt-down installation is required. Installer will book in with customer several days beforehand. Installation will need to be to a solid surface|
The Phoenix Fortress SS1180 series
£4,000 cash rating up to £40,000 valuables rating
Designed and tested to the latest and prestigious European S2 Standard and protects against burglary attack.
The Phoenix Fortress SS1180 series safe is designed and tested to the latest and prestigious European S2 Standard and protects the contents against burglary attack.
The body is constructed of double wall galvanised steel plate 3mm thick outer and 2mm inner walls. The locking mechanism engages two solid steel bolts (25mm in diameter) into the body of the safe. This construction method produces a safe of massive strength to prevent even the most determined thief gaining access. To add further security, the safe is ready prepared for base fixing to any type of wood, concrete or asphalt floor. The modern, compact and high quality design provides a safe ideal for business or domestic use to store valuables, cash or documents.
Every Phoenix Fortress safe has 2 years on site guarantee against manufacturing defect.
neat and compact, provides us with peace of mind having been broken into recently