FireKing DP2150-M Mixed Media Safe
Computer Media is so easily damaged, manufacturers recommend computer media not be exposed to temperatures over 125F or humidity over 85%. Even a hot mug of coffee represents a real hazard, so imagine what a small fire would do. In the lower data portion of the FireKing DP2150-M Data Safe, computer media is protected from fire, dust, magnetic fields, unauthorized access, accidental damage and electrostatics. The walls and doors provide the ultimate in protection by incorporating layers of heat absorbing material, fireproof insulating foam and a tough steel casing. The data portion of the safe is isolated. The upper portion of the safe is designed to provide similar protection for paper records. The records portion is designed to protect paper contents, which are vulnerable to temperatures above 350F, for a full hour.
The Mixed Media Safe offers the ultimate in versatile protection because it's really two safes in one. The top section is a UL Class 350 1-Hour Impact Rated safe with over 6 cubic feet of storage for your important paper records and files. The bottom is a UL Class 125 3-Hour Impact Rated data media compartment to hold your CDs, tapes, discs and other media. The Mixed Media Safe is available in our attractive Platinum finish.
Paper compartment 19-1 2" 26-3 4" 20-29 32"
Media compartment 24-5 16" 18-5 8" 16-11 16"
Safe shown with optional interiors sold separately.
MEDIA COMPARTMENT OPTIONAL INTERIORS:
CM19-FS Fixed shelf
CM19-CD Composite drawer
PAPER COMPARTMENT OPTIONAL INTERIORS:
S-21 Fixed shelf
UL Fire and Impact Tests
The data portion of the safe must maintain an interior temperature less than 125F and an interior relative humidity less than 80% for class 125, when exposed to fire as per the Standard Time Temperature Curve for 3 hours to 1925F. It must undergo all other requirements for the Fire Endurance Test, the Explosion Hazard Test, the Humidity Test, and the Fire and Impact Test. Basically, no explosion through 30 minutes to exposure to a 2000F fire and immediate 30 foot drop test and a standard reheating for one hour to 1700F.
The UL test for the records portion calls for the safe to be heated to 1550 for 30 minutes then dropped onto concrete rubble from a height of 30 feet. Then it is inverted and reheated for another 30 minutes. The safe must maintain its integrity throughout the test and protect all contents.
FireKing DP2150-M Mixed Media Safe$ 7,195.00
- Outside: 59.75" H X 32.00" W X 31.00" D
- Inside: 19.50" H X 26.75" W X 16.69" D
- Interior Cubic Feet: 5.04
- Weight: 1290.00
- Fire Rating: 3 Hours