RedHead® Personal Fire-Resistant Safe
- Insulated, fire-resistant safe
- Four-number combination lock
- Key lock for an extra layer of security
- Solid steel pry-resistant door
- Four locking points
- Two live-action locking bolts
- Two steel dead bolts
- Two adjustable shelves
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Details:Can one of the small SentrySafe document fire chests (e.g. model F2300 or KS2100) fit inside this RedHead safe? They measure 7.5"x15.3"x14.9" and would provide added fire protection for CD/DVD media...
Details:can this safe be lag-bolted to the floor from the inside of the safe?
A:Yes, you can bolt to the floor from the inside.
SECURING THE SAFE
Locate the (2) mounting hole locations on the inside bottom of the safe under the paper stickers. It will be necessary to make a clearance hole through the safe insulation using a drill. Drill holes through the insulation using the same diameter drill as the diameter of the mounting hardware you are using. IMPORTANT: The fasteners you use must completely fill the hole you drilled in the insulation. (figure 1) You must use the fasteners after you drill the holes. Failure to do so will void the fire rating. Through the clearance holes, mark the hole locations on the mounting surface. Drill the appropriate diameter and depth of pilot holes depending on the type of hardware being used and the type of mounting surface. Secure the safe with the fasteners. (figure 2) NOTE: The safe needs to be upright and right side up or the locking mechanism won't work.
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