- Storage chest ideal or personal or business use
- Secures vital documents from fire damages
- Features 48-hour water-resistance
- With dual-compression latches and key lock for tight security
Storage chest ideal or personal or business use
FireKing SS103 features an external dimension of 6.50″ (h) X 15.90″ (w) X 12.40″ (d) and has an interior storage space of 0.25 cubic ft. It can secure and protect your paper documents and digital media, making it ideal for personal and business use. It can hold up to A4-sized documents, flash drives, portable hard drives, CDs, and DVDs. This storage chest is compact and only weighs 29 lbs. It also comes with a handle, allowing you to transport it easily anywhere.
Secures vital documents from fire damages
This portable and sturdy chest proudly bears a UL Class 350 30-minute Fire rating. This badge means that it can maintain an interior temperature of 350°F even when exposed to an external temperature of 1550°F for 30 minutes. It is an ideal temperature to protect your paper documents inside because they will not char at this level. This storage chest can assure that even in unfortunate events like a fire situation, hard to replace documents like birth certificates, insurance information, passport, warranty, or vital business records are in a well-secured location.
Features 48-hour water-resistance
FireKing SS103 also has excellent water resistance. It remains waterproof even when submerged into a 1 meter deep of water for at least 48 hours. This storage chest can also keep the interior dry for two hours.
With dual-compression latches and key lock for tight security
This chest can keep a tightly secured storage environment for your valuables with its dual-compression latches, preventing lids from accidentally opening. It also comes with a key-operated lock system that allows you to have complete control over authorizing who can access the chest. FireKing SS103 also comes with two keys. While you can keep the original key, the other one can be a spare if you lost it or you can no longer use it because it is already showing signs of wear. It helps you save from a high service cost of a locksmith fee. Additionally, you can assign the extra key to a fully trusted employee if the chest contains vital business records or certifications that need to bring out once in a while.