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About Firelock

History of Success

FIRELOCK is the world leader in fireproof vault design with over 24 years of successful vault installations. The FIRELOCK vault protects thousands of organizations' computer server rooms, digital media, vital records, historical artifacts from catastrophic destruction.

With a FIRELOCK vault, clients invest in the highest performing vault on the market today to ensure the protection of vital and irreplaceable assets. Computer equipment and media is destroyed at temperatures above 125°F (52°C), yet most vault designs use concrete or gypsum board which allows the interior vault temperature to climb above 212°F (100°C) within minutes of a large-scale fire. FIRELOCK is unique in our ability to provide two-, three- and four-hour rated Class 125 vault chambers.

Available Vaults/Ratings from Firelock Modular Vaults

Unventilated Vaults Constructed
of the Following Sizes:
Vault Rating
9' x 9' or larger in either
or both dimensions
Class 125
Two Hour
18' x 18' or larger in either
or both dimensions
Class 125
Three Hour
28' x 28' or larger in either
or both dimensions
Class 125
Four Hour

FIRELOCK has been the consistent leader in server room protection with automatic vault closers, insulated cable trays, smoke barriers, and magnetic shielding to ensure the survival of your information assets and infrastructure.

The integrity and survival of data for hundreds of diverse applications are entrusted to FIRELOCK's fireproof vault design. In addition to server vault installations, they include data from clinical studies, batch records and research documentation from leading pharmaceutical manufacturers; digital audio and video collections; vast global corporate archives; and financial records for some of our nation's largest banks and investment houses.

Many businesses worldwide have also chosen to protect their vital records offsite through our network of independent media storage providers which all standardize their vault chamber design on the FIRELOCK Class 125 Vault Chamber which provides magnetic shielding and environmental control as well as clean agent fire suppression within the vault chamber itself. A vault that will limit the rate of temperature rise to not exceed 125°F (52°C) will protect media. Most vaults are constructed of concrete or concrete block, to merely protect paper format records, which allow the temperature to quickly rise to 212°F (100°C) and 100% relative humidity. Vault chambers that are to protect computer media cannot exceed 80% Relative Humidity without damaging the media. if the temperature rises to 125°F and 100% RH, then the media is destroyed. Testing requirements by Underwriters Laboratories and the National Institute of Standards require that media rated safes and vaults not exceed 125° and 80% RH in order to receive a Listing and Label as a protection device.

Server Room Design
Vault interior before finish-out

FIRELOCK Vaults are
protecting assets in many
industries including:

• Banking & Investment
• Government/Military
• Manufacturing
• Entertainment
• Power Generation
• Graphics and Printing
• Communications
• Computer Software
• Education
• Engineering
• Insurance

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