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Security Standards

All Chubbsafes’ certified products are tested for function and durability by the world’s most recognised test houses to ensure the products fulfil your security expectations and meet insurance standards. They are submitted to test with extreme resistance requirements against burglary, fire, fire arms or/and explosives.

Chubbsafes manufacturing processes are constantly improved with new barrier materials that are slimmer, lighter and cheaper than existing materials in order to reach optimum efficiency and quality.


Burglary Resistance


Safes and vaults are awarded a Grade for burglary resistance. The grading system is important as the contents of a safe will only be insured for the correct value if the safe carries the appropriate grade. As the insurance ratings differ from a country to another, the insurance details shall be checked with your Gunnebo local contact.

The Chubbsafes' products meet the conditions of the following standards:

Security Cabinet

EN 14450

Grade S1 and Grade S2

Safes, ATM safes, vaults and vault doors

EN 1143-1

From Grade 0 to Grade XIII

Deposit Systems

EN 1143-2

From Grade I to Grade IV

High-security locks

EN 1300

From Class A to Class D

Security door sets, windows and walling partitions

EN 1127

From RC1 to RC6


Features of the product which are mechanically tested include:

  • Wall and door barriers
  • The boltwork
  • The drawer sliders
  • The lock
  • The handle
  • Base fixing strength
  • Preparation for alarm installation


UL 687

Door and front face:

  • Class TL-15

  • Deposit safe

  • Class TL-30

  • Class TRTL-30

Door and body:

  • Class TL-15X6

  • Class TL-30X6

  • Class TRTL-15X6

  • Class TRTL-30X6

  • Class TRTL-60X6

  • Class TXTL-60X6

Vaults and vault doors, modular panels

UL 608

Class M – ¼ hour

Class 1 – ½ hour

Class 2 – 1 hour

Class 3 – 2 hours

Electric locking mechanisms

UL 1034


Fire Resistance

Chubbsafes solutions are also compression tested and fire-resistant products are given thermal resistance tests in extreme temperatures to simulate the conditions of a real fire.



Fire-resistant products are certified in accordance with the standards below. For safes products, certificates awarded to product for fire-resistance differ in two main ways:

  • Content: Digital Media (CDs, DVDs, back-up tapes, etc.) that require protection from temperatures higher than 55˚C and 85% relative humidity and Documents that require protection from temperatures higher than 177˚C.
  • Length of protection

Cabinets and drawer files

EN 1047-1

Document (P or Paper):

  • S 60P (1 hour)

  • S 120P (2 hours)

Digital Media (DIS or Diskette):

  • S 60 DIS (1 hour)

  • S 120 DIS (2 hours)

NT Fire 017

Document (P or Paper):

  • 60 Paper (1 hour)

  • 120 Paper (2 hours)

Digital Media (DIS or Diskette):

  • 60 Diskette (1 hour)

  • 120 Diskette (2 hours)

EN 15659

Document (Paper)

  • LPS 30 (1/2 hour)
  • LFS 60 (1 hour)

Security Doors and Shutters

EN 1634-1

EI from 30 min to 240 min



Record Protection Equipment

UL 72

Class 125 – 125°F (52°C)

Class 150 – 150°F (66°C)

Class 350 – 350°F (177°C)



Ballistic Resistance



Security Doors and Frames

EN 1522

FB1 – Rifle (0.22LR)

FB2 – Pistol (9mm Luger)

FB3 – Pistol ( 0.357 Magnum)

FB4 – Pistol (0.357 Magnum, 0.44 Rem Magnum)

FB5 – Assault rifle (5.56 x 45)

FB6 Combination rifle-assault rifle (R.56 x 45, 7.62 x 51)

FB7 – Rifle (7.62 x 51)

FSG – Shotgun (Cal. 12/70)


EN 1063

BR1 – Rifle (0.22LR)

BR2 – Pistol (9mm Luger)

BR3 – Pistol (0.357 Magnum)

BR4 – Pistol (0.44 Rem Magnum)

BR5 – Rifle (5.56 x 45)

BR6 – Rifle (7.62 x 51)

BR7 – Rifle (7.62 x 51)

SG1 – Shotgun (Cal. 12/70)

SG2 – Shotgun (Cal. 12/70)

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