Construction of the TRTL-30×6 Series Jewelry Safes

March 16th, 2010
TRTL-30x6 Jewelry Safes

TRTL-30x6 Jewelry Safes

We gave an overview of the TRTL-30×6 series of jewelry safes from Mutual Safes in a previous post.  This posts goes into the details of how these top of the line safes are constructed, and what sizes are available.

The TRTL-30×6 series uses a concrete material with inner and outer magnesium steel hardplates.  The concrete material contains nuggets and carbon fibers that increases its tensile strength and gives the material a density of 26,000 Psi.  The door frame and each individual bolt chamber is protected by reinforced armor plating to resist even the most determined attack.  Available locking mechanisms are UL listed Group 1 combination dial or electronic keypad.  Multiple relockers are synchronized to keep the safe locked in the event of an attack.

The TRTL-30×6 series is fireproof tested at 1750 degrees F for a period of 2 hours, without the temperature inside the safe rising above 350 degrees F.  The TRTL stands for “Torch and Tool Resistant”, and is a UL standard, one of the highest available.  These safes are available in 4 sizes — 30″ x 30″ x 32″, 43″ x 30″ x 32″, 67″ x 30″ x 32″, and 69″ x 44″ x 36″.  The safes weigh 2000, 2600, 3800 and 5500 lbs. respectively!  Value Safes carries these safes in like-new factory reconditioned versions which are priced at less than half the price of new units.  They can be seen at the following link:  TRTL-30×6 Series Jewelry Safes.

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