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    Very secure fireproof cabinet wanted for paper documents

    Don't know if any of you can get this kind of thing but i thought i'd try anyway.

    We need a VERY SECURE fireproof cabinet of some sort to store all the paper copies of our staff records in. We dont want a cheap metal filing cabinet as we are now being made to hold loads of information on staff that obviously they dont want stolen.

    Can anyone recommend or even quote for something like this?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamin100 View Post
    Don't know if any of you can get this kind of thing but i thought i'd try anyway.

    We need a VERY SECURE fireproof cabinet of some sort to store all the paper copies of our staff records in. We dont want a cheap metal filing cabinet as we are now being made to hold loads of information on staff that obviously they dont want stolen.

    Can anyone recommend or even quote for something like this?

    Thanks
    Hiya fella,

    We do a solution with a 30 minute fire protection, would that be enough bud ?

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    Yeh that would be fine, can you send me some specs, we looking for a really secure solution in the first instance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamin100 View Post
    Yeh that would be fine, can you send me some specs, we looking for a really secure solution in the first instance.
    hows this look bud


    Product Description Secureline 30 Minute Fire Protection Cabinet - Size 2
    Product Type Fire Protection Cabinet
    External Dimensions 700 x 550 x 1950 mm
    Internal Dimensions 585 x 430 1780 mm
    Volume ( Litres ) 450
    Weight 120 kg
    Shelf Quantity 4

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    looks good, can the internals be customised?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamin100 View Post
    looks good, can the internals be customised?
    sure can fella,

    info as below,

    Secure DIN has a double wall construction, insulated with fi re-resistance material in accordance with DIN 4102. The traditional 3-way moving bolt-work (three horizontal and two vertical bolts) contributes to the overall security of the cabinet. Because of its limited weight, the Secure DIN can easily be placed in any user environment.

    The cabinet is equipped as standard with a high security Mauer key lock (Class A, ECB•S / ENV 1300 approved) supplied with two keys. Provision is made to mount a second lock (key or electronic) for specific customer requirements.

    The Secure DIN cabinets will complement any office environment in colour, design and fi nish. They have a sophisticated modern look and are supplied in two-tone colour powder coated finish of light grey and dark grey.

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    hows this look bud
    Ugly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Ugly?
    lol we can cover it in flowers for ya bud lol

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    ok, gonna go off and measure up..

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    Do a vinyl wrap on it

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamin100 View Post
    We need a VERY SECURE fireproof cabinet of some sort
    I think document safes are less fireproof than data safes - we have a Datacare 2000 safe, if that's any help. Note that, in fire-proof terms, the more VERY SECURE something is, the more VERY HEAVY it is, so plan how you'll get the cabinet or safe to where you want it.

    I think you can get fire-proof filing cabinets that you can then add an extra insulated drawer to to add fire-proof data storage, which might be a good way of having both paper and data storage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    lol we can cover it in flowers for ya bud lol
    I was thinking CP logos would be better. I'd love that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    hows this look bud


    Product Description Secureline 30 Minute Fire Protection Cabinet - Size 2
    Product Type Fire Protection Cabinet
    External Dimensions 700 x 550 x 1950 mm
    Internal Dimensions 585 x 430 1780 mm
    Volume ( Litres ) 450
    Weight 120 kg
    Shelf Quantity 4
    Do you do anyting shorter but wider?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamin100 View Post
    Do you do anyting shorter but wider?
    what size is the area for where it will be seated fella

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    Looking for something with the internal space of :
    width: 730mm
    Depth: 480mm
    Height: 1000mm

    But they are only rough dimensions, it can go bigger than that (but not much)

    I'd need 2 full width suspense file racks and 1 shelf towards the top.

    Also, it will need to be located on the 1st floor so I'm guessing whoever would need to come out and quote just on the delivery alone.
    Last edited by jamin100; 26th November 2009 at 11:16 AM.

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