Insafe is the oldest British security company that designs and manufactures all types of safes, their acquisitions give them a 177-year heritage in security
Safesafe.co.uk are delighted to have been chosen by Insafe to supply safes from their complete range online. We are pleased with the new association and are confident it will further benefit our customers by providing an even wider choice.
Insafe products include deposit safes, anti-hold-up safes, cash safes, jewellery safes, data safes, fire safes and vaults, and individual needs are catered for with Exclusive Luxury Designer Safes. Check out the pages on our website.
Miserable conditions are back; the south has just suffered Storm Angus! There are more than 20 flood warnings in place and a Met Office amber warning of high winds for the Isle of Wight, Kent and Sussex.
Last year Storms Eva and Desmond brought widespread flooding in the north of England. On Boxing Day Eva left York underwater, with Leeds and Manchester among the other regions hit. Cumbria was hardest hit by Desmond before Christmas. The Home Counties were also badly hit.
Many important documents were destroyed in the floods by the ingress of water, are your important documents protected? It’s not only fire and theft that causes havoc.
A water-resistant safe is a solution for preserving documents particularly ones that are irreplaceable.
Security and peace of mind, with protection available from under seventy pounds; less than you think?
Protect your documents now! See the range at Safesafe.co.uk
New Five Pound Note
The New Fiver went into circulation on 13 September.
New Ten Pound Note
The new polymer £10 note featuring Jane Austen will enter circulation in summer 2017.
New Twenty Pound Note
The new polymer £20 note featuring JMW Turner will enter circulation by 2020.
Test results show the polymer substrate had a higher resistance to the chemical and physical tests than BoE paper except for the ironing test. In this test, where direct heat is applied (~160°C) the treated notes shrunk in size. This is characteristic of polymer banknotes.
With an upper melting point of 175 °C all polymers degrade to some extent at their processing temperature, and effect which increases with increasing temperature.
(Extract from Bank of England freedom of disclosure documents)
Rest assured Fire safes supplied by Safesafe provide more than adequate protection for the new Polymer Banknotes.
According to price comparison site Confused, less than 14 per cent of households bother to buy a safe as a security measure – it is a less popular way to stop burglars than buying a dog.
Security Safes are generally classified in terms of cash ratings. A cash rating is the level of cover that an underwriter will give to the contents of the safe and can generally be multiplied by 10 times for jewellery or similar valuables. A cash rating is therefore also a very good indication of the security level of the safe, the higher the rating, the more security is offered
The new website from Collins and Sons offering a full range of of Security options from a simple lock to a Fireproof Safe