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20.5"H x 16.5"W x 20"D
(Add 1 ½” to D for Handle)
|Internal Dimensions||16"H x 12 ½"W x 12"D|
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Introducing the all new, Stealth Concrete Composite CS20 with advanced security features, a 90 minute fire rating and a gorgeous interior.
Starting with security, Stealth CS20 Concrete Composite Safe has a total door thickness of 4-1/2" making it nearly impossible to pry open. Both the door and the body have a 2" defense barrier of both an outer and inner steel plate totaling 9 gauge, with a concrete composite fill in the middle consisting of high-grade cement, high strength adhesives, super-plasticizer, fire-proof material and coal ash. Traditional home and office safes will have an outer steel shell with gypsum fireboard in the middle that is extremely easy to drill through. Concrete is incredibly difficult to drill through which is why it's used on bank vaults and TL Rated Safes. With the Stealth Concrete Composite Safes you get similar security features found on TL Rated Safes without the massive price tag.
Keeping the massive door locked in place are 4 solid steel chrome-plated 1-1/4" locking bolts, with two being active and two deadbolts on the hinge side. The door opens on two external heavy-duty steel strap hinges after the correct combination is entered into the UL Approved NL Universal Lock UR-2020 High Security Electronic Lock. This lock is the most reliable lock in the safe industry assembled and tested in the USA. The lock is also protected by an outer steel escutcheon plate, internal hard plate and re-locker that provides another barrier to a drill attack.
The Stealth CS20 Concrete Composite Safe is fire rated for 90 minutes at 1200 degrees with the fire resistance provided by the concrete fill. Concrete is the best fire resistance material and if you take a look at all the safes that have passed the UL fire tests, all of them use concrete. Stealth also adds an intumescent door seal that expands to multiple times its size during a fire to prevent smoke from entering the safe keeping your contents safe and secure inside.
The Stealth CS20 Concrete Composite safe is finished in an extremely durable textured black matte finish with a chrome drop down handle. What really differentiates this safe from the competition is the gray shelf and backplate that makes the interior really pop allowing you to easily see your contents inside. The finish makes this safe ideal for home, office or commercial use.
Stealth believes in and stands behind the concrete composite CS20 safe by offering a 2 year parts and labor warranty on the lock and defects in materials and workmanship and a lifetime warranty against house fire, attempted break-in and actual break-in. If you want similar security and features of a TL Rated safe at less than half the price, you've just found your perfect safe, the Stealth CS20 Concrete Composite Safe.
Please note, electronic lock options by S&G and SecuRam carry a 1 year parts and labor warranty.
|Exterior Dimensions||20" H x 16" W x 20" D||25" H x 20" W x 20" D||45" H x 24" W x 24" D|
|Interior Dimensions||16" H x 12-1/2" W x 12" D||20" H x 15-1/4" W x 13" D||41" H x 19-1/2" W x 16" D|
|Weight||359 lbs||465 lbs||941 lbs|
|Interior||One Teal powder-coated adjustable shelf||Two Teal powder-coated adjustable shelves||Four Teal powder-coated adjustable shelves|
|Locking Bolts||Four 1-1/4" diameter solid steel locking bolts||Six 1-1/4" diameter solid steel locking bolts||Eight 1-1/4" diameter solid steel locking bolts|
WHY THIS BATTERYBecause this battery has the highest amperage output that is needed to operate the safe lock and open the door of the safe.
NOTE:The following instructions are for changing the combination for the first time from the set default combination (1-2-3-4-5-6).Before you start this process make sure you know the 6-digit code you will set your safe to so the lock doesn't time out while you are setting your code.
IMPORTANT: Make sure you test your new code several times with the door open before closing the safe to ensure your new code was set properly.
IMPORTANT: Test new code several times before closing the door