Sentry Security Testing

UL – Fire Testing
UL Residential Security Rating (TQDE)

  • A safe which has a Group 2 lock must resist an attack test conducted by a professional locksmith.
  • The locksmith must have knowledge of the workings of the safe using such tools as chisels, pry bars, and variable speed drills for 5 minutes.

UL Group 2

  • Have a minimum of 1 million different combinations available.
  • Have a re-locker security function (after punching lock with tools, safe will remain closed).
  • Successfully work after being exposed to:

 

  • Salt Spray (corrosion)
  • Aging Stress
  • Moisture Absorption
  • Vibration

 

UL Type 1 Electronic Type

  • The UL Type 1 classification covers locks that are highly resistant to expert or professional manipulation or surreptitious attacks.
  • Locks with this rating must meet the following criteria:
  1. Have a minimum of 1 million different combinations available.
  2. Have a re-locker security function (after punching lock with tools, safe will remain closed).
  3. Successfully work after being exposed to:
        • Salt Spray (corrosion)
        • Aging Stress
        • Moisture Absorption
        • Vibration

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