Approved and Certified By U.L.
The first safe in the world to receive Underwriter’s Laboratories (U.L.) label TL-30×6
The safes have a multi-layered structure which combines steel plates and cast concrete to create maximum strength and high resistance to intrusion. both body and door are reinforced with special alloy grids, an ISM patent, that provide tool and torch protection. The safes have a multi-direction boltwork mechanism and a double locking system consisting of U.L. certified combination lock and a high security key lock for safes which are protected by randomly scattered glass plate re-lockers.
Multi Layered Structure
The safe is constructed of several layers of different protection attributes, made of materials such as steel, reinforced steel, aluminum, copper, concrete, glass and more. Combination of materials requires a variety of hacking tools and provides longer protection time.
Special Alloy Grid
Patented ISM Magen Goldman. Bars made of special steel alloy with a unique ultra-high resistance to drilling and sawing. Provide maximum durability against concentrated attacks.
The locking mechanism consists of two locks: A mechanical or electronic combination lock and a high security key lock for safes, which provides a double layer of protection.
A multi-directional boltwork locking. When the system is locking the bolts are extended from several directions. A multi-directional boltwork provides a higher level of protection against burglary attacks on the safe.
In Wall Bolts Sockets
The bolts are locked into cylindrical chambers in the body safe. In wall bolts sockets are used for further protection of the bolts, specially during an attack on the safe.
Glass Plate Relocking Protection
The locking mechanism of the safe is protected by sophisticated re-lockers, constructed with glass plates and randomly scattered, which will permanently lock the boltwork mechanism when hacking is attempted.