• Burglary protection in accordance with the European EN 1143-1
standard, as certified by ECB•S for Grade III.
• ProGuard’s special barrier material provides certified burglary
protection whilst also keeping the total weight of the safe down.
Less weight means lower transportation costs and greater
• A higher level of protection can be offered in a safe with reduced
wall thickness and increased interior capacity.
• The three-way boltwork is constructed with solid steel bolts.
• For additional security, ProGuard is fitted with an active relocker
and anti-drilling plates have been incorporated into the boltwork
to withstand burglary attempts.
• Either a mechanical key lock or a high-security electronic lock can
be used as the primary lock option. At least one EN 1300 Grade B
lock must be fitted as standard.
• Every model can be customised with a range of internal fittings
to maximise storage capacity.
• ProGuard has a modern design with an ergonomic soft-touch
1. Shelf 2. Extendable shelf 3. Lockable drawer
4. Lockable compartment 5. Extensible tray
6. Extensible file frame
As the primary locking option, ProGuard safes can be fitted with
either a high-security electronic lock or a key lock.
At least one EN 1300 Grade B lock must be fitted as standard. Dual
locking is available. The primary lock can be supplemented by a
combination lock or both a key lock and electronic lock can be
All locks are independently tested and are certified in accordance
with the EN 1300 standard. ProGuard’s high-security electronic
lock – certified Class B – includes the following features, easily
programmed by the owner:
• 1 master code, 1 supervisor code and 8 user
• Time delay of up to 99 minutes between
lock being operated and door being
• Opening window between 1–19 minutes.
• Equipped with time delay override.
• Optional function to raise silent alarm if
lock is being opened under duress
ProGuard has been approved by ECB•S in
accordance with the European EN 1143-1
standard for burglary protection in Grade III.
A range of attack tools were used to test
ProGuard’s level of resistance, from basic
tools to sophisticated thermal and electrical
Thanks to innovations the thicknesses of safe walls can be
reduced. This means that a safe with a higher level of protection
can also offer greater capacity for storing valuable items and