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Ardel In-Floor Shroud SHR7

Ardel In-Floor Shroud SHR7

Ardel In-Floor Shroud SHR7


$421.00 Inc GST


$321.00 Inc GST

External Dim (mm) H W D 510 x 510 x 780
Internal Dim (mm) H W D
Locking Mechanism -
Weight (kg) 22
Approximate Cash Rating -
Fire Resistance -

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Ardel In-Floor Safe Shroud SHR7


  • 5 YEARS WARRANTY on the safe, 1 YEARS WARRANTY on the lock
  • SHR7 Shroud is best suited for in-floor safe E121224D.
  • In-floor safes are designed to be installed into the concrete slab or wooden floor of buildings. When correctly installed, in-floor safes provide a rock solid depositary, imparting a high level of burglary and fire protection for the contents.
  • In-floor safes have the following advantages over other safe types:
  • CONCEALMENT: because the safe is flush with the floor, it may be hidden out of sight under carpet or tiles
  • EXCELLENT FIRE RESISTANCE: the safe chamber is concrete encased and below ground level. The steel cover plate provided with the safe gives good air gap insulation between the door and the heat source.
  • SECURE ANCHORAGE: correctly installed, there is no way the safe may be forced from the ground. Reinforcement components welded externally to the safe effectively key the concrete to the safe body.
  • LIMITED PHYSICAL ATTACK: only the door and door frame are exposed to view. The door is recessed 38 mm to maximise resistance to jemmy bar attack.
  • Advantages of shroud box:This is a unique concept developed by Ardel.Ardel has designed the shroud to be installed by your builder when the slab is poured.
  • WHY USE A SHROUD. In-floor safes are often installed when pouring the concrete slab. The problem is, the safe is open to view, and potentially subject to deterioration from weather or accidental damage. The Ardel In-Floor Shroud lets you install the safe at a convenient time after the slab is poured. Remember, the least amount of people who know about your safe, the better.
  • WHAT DOES A SHROUD DO. The shroud positions the safe to allow optimum concrete encasement. See schematic diagram. The shroud provides the ideal cavity size into which the safe is subsequently fitted and concreted.
  • This shroud size needs the approximate number of 12 x 20 kg bags of concrete mix to encase the respective safe. Ardel recommend high strength Australian made PRO-50 Concrete Mix from Cement Australia, a premixed blend of cement, sand and aggregate, available in 20 kg bags. This would be a good DIY project for the home builder/handyman.
  • Please note – depth measurement excludes handle, hinges or digital projection unless specified

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