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Published: 27 January 2010
Home security specialist Yale will be showcasing its new range of document fire safes and extended range of additional security products at this year's Totally Secure show, alongside its extensive range of certified safes, nightlatches and PVCu security solutions.
Yale
The document fire safes have up to 60 minutes fire protection for documents and offer a number of advanced security features, including a programmable one-time user code, a 48-hour lock-down setting and a privacy number input option.

Yale will also be exhibiting its range of nightlatches including the Y3 - a modern twist on the original Yale P77 nightlatch.

TEL: 0845 223 2126
Stand F21

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