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Gardall Safes with Fire Rating
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Gardall safes offers a variety of models. All the Gardall Safes pictures below have a fire rating of one or two hours. Below are all the choices you have with Gardall safes including burglary protection and lock type.
  • Chose between one hour and two hour fire protection
  • Chose a safe with fire rating only or fire and burglary rating. All Gardall safes are solid secure safes. But those with a Burglary rating have extra security features which meet criteria for insurance companies.
  • Chose between combination lock or electronic lock. The advantages of an electronic lock are 1. quicker access 2. the combination can be changed at any time. An electronic lock is battery operated and a warning light will warn you when the battery is low. However, the batteries usually last a long time. Also the batteries can be changed from the outside of the safe.
Fire Rated Only - 1 Hour
Fire Rated and Burglary Rated - 1 Hour

Fire Rated Only - 2 Hour

Fire Rated and Burglary Rated - 2 Hour

FIRE RATINGS  
UL rating 
Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc.
for Sentry and Gardall Fire-Resistant
1 or 1/2 Hours UL rating -
Class 125 or Class 150
Maintain an interior temperature less than 125F or 150F and an interior relative humidity less than 85% for class 150 or 80% for class 125, when exposed to fire as per the Standard Time Temperature Curve for hours to 1700F. Successfully undergo all other requirements for the Fire Endurance Test, the Explosion Hazard Test, the Humidity Test, and the Fire & Impact Test (separately or combined). Basically, no explosion through 30 minutes of exposure to a 2000F fire, an immediate 30 foot drop test, and a standard reheating for 30 minutes to 1550F.
4 Hours UL rating -
Class 350
Maintain an interior temperature less than 350F when exposed to a fire as per the Standard Time Temperature Curve for 4 hours to 2000F. Successfully undergo all other requirements for the Fire Endurance Test, the Explosion Hazard Test and the Fire and Impact Test (separately or combined). Basically, no explosion through 30 minutes of exposure to a 2000F fire, 30 minutes of standard exposure to 1700F, and immediate 30 foot drop test and a Standard reheating for 60 minutes to 1700F.
2 Hours UL rating-
Class 350
Maintain and interior temperature less than 350F when exposed to a fire as per the Standard Time Temperature Curve for 2 hours to 1850F. Successfully undergo all other requirements for the Fire Endurance Test, the Explosion Hazard Test, and the Fire and Impact Test (separately or combined). Basically no explosion through 30 minutes of exposure to a 2000F fire, 15 minutes of standard exposure to 1638F, and immediate 30 foot drop test and a Standard reheating for 45 minutes to 1638F.

Can Your Business Survive Record Losses From Fire?

Statistics show that if a companys records are lost in a fire, 17% can no longer furnish a financial statement, 14% suffer a reduction in credit rating and 43% go out of business completely. No home or business is safe from fire. Your vital records and possessions are only as safe as the quality of protection you provide for them.

With Gardall fire-resistive safes, you can be confident your records will survive.