Premium Burglary Safes are available with varying degree of burglary resistance:
- Class B. Class B safes are stronger than security safes that provide only Basic Security. These safes have doors that are constructed of a minimum of 1/2" steel. The body of these safes is constructed of a minimum of 1/4" steel. These safes often come with larger anchor holes (1/2") for more secure anchoring to a floor. Safes of this type also often have additional security features built into the safe that lower-rated safes do not, such as relocking devices, drill-resistant hard plates, larger and more locking bolts, and higher quality bolt work. Class B safes also have more secure and reliable locking mechanisms, such commercial grade dial combination locks and keypads. While more expensive, safes of this type offer a higher degree of security and are available with more reliable, longer-lasting locking mechanisms.
- Class C. Class C safes are similar to Class B safes, except that they are constructed of even thicker steel. Class C safes have doors that are constructed of a minimum of 1" of steel. The body of these safes is constructed of a minimum of 1/2" steel.
- TL-15/TL-30+. Rarely used in residential applications, tool-rated safes, such as TL-15 and TL-30 rated safes, are designed to resist sophisticated burglary attempts.
Premium Burglary Safes are also available with varying levels of fire resistance, ranging from none (burglary-resistant only) to 120 minutes of fire endurance. These safes are also available with several locking options, including UL Group II dial combination locks, and commercial grade digital keypads (single and multi-user), as well as biometric fingerprint locks with integrated keypads.