Safe Standards TRTL
TRTL Standard for Safe
TRTL which stands for ‘Torch and Tool Resistance Level’, is a set of high-security standards used to assess the capabilities of safes and vaults in resisting attacks involving both torches and tools, along with other forms of tampering. These standards are crucial for determining the security level provided by a safe and are commonly used in applications where the protection of valuable assets is paramount.
TRTL safes are constructed using materials and designs that resist various forms of attack, including drilling, cutting, and grinding. They are designed to withstand prolonged and determined efforts by burglars using a range of hand and power tools.
Reputable TRTL safes are typically certified by independent testing organizations like UL (Underwriters Laboratories) or CEN (European Committee for Standardization). Certification provides assurance that the safe meets the specified security and fire-resistance standards.
These are the different TRTL rating:
- TRTL15x6: (Torch and Tool Resistant up to 15 Minutes on all 6 sides of the safe)
- TRTL30x6: (Torch and Tool Resistant up to 30 Minutes on all 6 sides of the safe)
- TRTL30: (Torch and Tool Resistant up to 30 minutes)
When selecting a TRTL safe, it's essential to consider your specific security requirements and consult with a professional to ensure that the safe meets your needs and is installed correctly to provide maximum protection for your valuable assets.
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