Muller PT0 Safe

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The Muller PT0 is part of the Muller £4,000 rated safe range from De Raat has a cash rating of £4,000 or £40,000 for valuables (please check with your underwriter before purchase) and is ideal for use in the home or office. It is compact in size yet has a solid feel and is designed for small spaces. Due to the double walled construction, it offers up to 30 minutes fire resistance for paper documents. Despite the weight of 20kg you will need to ensure it is bolted down using the fixing point in the base.

  • External Dimensions W x H x D: 290mm x 250mm x 220mm
  • Internal Dimensions W x H x D: 220mm x 160mm x 140mm

  • High security 8 lever VdS grade double bitted key lock supplied with 2 keys
  • Rating of £4,000 for cash & £40,000 for valuables
  • 30 Minutes fire resistance for paper in accordance with DIN4102
  • Tested and certified to EN-14-450 Class S2
  • Double walled construction
  • Chrome plated locking bolts on side
  • Safe body constructed from 6mm thick steel
  • 5mm Thick hard plate around lock to prevent drill penetration
  • Internal hinges on flush fitting door
  • Key remains in the lock whilst the safe is open to comply with insurance requirements
  • Ready prepared for floor fixing only
  • Weight: 20kg
  • Litres: 5 litres

  • Available in 7 Sizes/Models

    How do I install a safe to the floor?

     Anon  —  01/07/2015

    We always recommend you bolt down your safe, even if it is an entry level model as you are just making it easy for any burglars if you do not. The best surface to fix a safe into is concrete as this provides the most solid fixing. If you have a wooden floor please check with your insurance company they are happy with this. On a wooden floor the joist is the best point to fix to as this is a fixed point below the floor and generally more solid. To install the safe to a floor you will need to choose an ideal location, put the safe into position and then mark the hole. Then remove the safe and drill where you have marked, check the instructions or bolt size for the size of hole that you will need to drill. Once your fixing hole or holes are drilled put the safe back into position and then using the bolts provided tighten them up. You will need various tools to complete this task such as a drill or socket set, if you do not feel 100% confident then we can also arrange installation for you. Please contact us for more details.James Blackburn

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