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Security - Burglar

Proven safety in top quality!

The assessment of the safety of Safes incumbent different testing bodies that award certificates with national or European-wide validity.

Safes that have been made on the basis of the VdS rules and by the Euro-standards, offer the warranty on defined burglary and fire protection in the indicated security class. Safes for these standards are tested and have a consistent quality that is also subject to regular inspection. Müller-safes meet these requirements comprehensively and reliably.

Before a Safe series gets marketing approval under these provisions, it gets tested extensively from the testing institute of the VdS (German loss prevention council, Cologne). Only when all criteria are complied, the safes are certified accordingly and obtained marketing approval.

Discernible are this Safes because of the VdS or ECB-S-label on the inside of the safe door (see the following pattern badge).

If you want to insure the contents (tangibles) your Safe, the professional fastening needs a minimum requirement of the VdS (Association of insurance companies) from a deadweight of less than 1,000 kg, must be performed.
Each safe (according to VdS or ECB: S)  with a net weight of less than 1,000 kg is therefore prepared for floor fixing. The fixture must be sealed with heavy-duty dowels (stud anchor).

Overview Security ratings/insurance summ (PDF: 333 KB)

Protection - Fire

Hints on data protection and fire protection certification

Magnetic media considered to be the most sensitive commodity that requires a physical backup.

Confirm obtained in long-term experiments show us that disks are at risk even at temperatures which are no danger for magnetic tapes and magnetic discs. Temperatures above 50 ° Celsius and a relative humidity of about 85% suffice to destroy the valuable disks from a company and hence perhaps to question the existence. To be sure that your discs are safe, you should be aware of the certification mark with the grades S 60 and S 120 DIS DIS.

Hardness test of the TU Braunschweig

The legislature and insurance present challenges protection of documents and data.

To ensure the physical security of your important data in extreme situations, Safes are tested by accredited testing labs and divided into grades. These grades describe the fire resistance of an Data cabinet with a durable flame.

The hardness test of the TU Braunschweig brings excellent results for the Müller-floppy-Safe.The test-Safe survived unscathed a flame of 60 or 120 minutes at an average temperature about 950 degrees Celsius, at the peak of the flame temperature of 1090 degrees Celsius.

Excerpt from the "Certificate Policy-Fire resistant products- ECB · S C02 July 2007"

As part of the surveillance audits, the auditor determined whether the certificate holder produced on the basis of a certified quality management system according to ISO 9001: manufactures: 2000 (2000 EN ISO 9001The surveillance should occur at least twice a year. If no defects are found during the first year after the commencement of production, the number of monitoring can be reduced to an external quality control per year.

Use of the certification mark

The test standards appropriate products must be characterized by certification marks. Beispiel einer Zertifizierungsmarke für einen Datensicherungsschrank S 60 DIS nach EN 1047-1. Example of an certification mark for a data cabinet S 60 DIS to EN 1047-1. The certification marks are consecutive numbers and from ESSA. Their allocation to products of a certificate holder is documented.

Grades - quality for fire protection

Document and data cabinets according to EN 1047-1 need a fire resistance test for determining the temperature rise in the interior of the storage units.
With a firing burst and fall-testing of data cabinets, is simulated with the crashing down of components (eg the ceiling) on the product in case of fire.