If you simply don’t have the space for a safe, strongrooms are the next best thing in terms of reliable protection. This makes them ideal as an archive as well as for secure and legally compliant storage of pharmaceuticals or weapons. HARTMANN TRESORE strongrooms are based on a modular design with many options freely selectable including the height, width, depth, door and locking system.
Strongrooms can be set up individually or else as room-in-room systems within existing spaces. Further advantages of their modular design are as follows:
In addition to the doors, HARTMANN TRESORE strongrooms also come complete with tested and certified anti-burglary protection according to EN 1143-1 and are available in various different resistance grades.
What’s more, the strongroom doors can also be fitted with components for connecting them to a burglar alarm system on request.
Quick: The modular design complete with panels means the strongrooms can be installed in no time.
Suitable for anywhere: Strongrooms can be installed on any floor as long as the static conditions in terms of load capacity (kg/m²) are met. They can be installed in new buildings or even when redesigning existing spaces.
Extendable: Strongrooms can be extended or disassembled to be installed in another location.
Optimal use of space: The minimal thickness of the panels facilitates optimal utilisation of the entire available space.
Lightweight: The panels are made of special material that is particularly lightweight yet high-strength.
Individual configuration: The size of the room, the door and the locking system can all be freely selected.
Accessories: The option is also available for the strongroom to come complete with boreholes for feeding in cables and/or a ventilation system. What’s more, components for connecting to a burglar alarm system or an internal barrier system can also be installed.
If you have any questions about strongrooms then our safe specialists are ready and waiting to go through whatever you need to know! Simply get in touch via telephone or email. Alternatively, you can also use our contact form to send us any questions or suggestions you may have. It goes without saying that our personal consultation service is non-binding and entirely free of charge. We’re just happy to be of service!