Fire Proof Files
protect your vital media from hazardous fire and floods.
Rating: Fire Proof Filing Cabinets allow for a maximum
of only 35 file actions per hour. This translates into a low
productivity rating and will slow down active environments where
files are constantly moving in and out of cabinets. However,
with fire proof files, productivity generally is no where near
as important as the safety of vital records. File Cabinets can
be used to store media many different ways.
Files- file cabinets that are 30" W or more and around
19" D to 22" D.
to file in a Lateral File:
to right- right to left- Storing records from one side of your
filing cabinet to the other is very common in lateral files.
to back 2 or 3 rows across- Storing records front to back 3
rows across in a 42" W lateral file will actually give
you 45" of filing inches in a 42" W drawer.
to back and side to side- Storing records both front to back
and side to side is also another way of filing your records
in a lateral file.
Files- file cabinets that are 2 to 5 drawers high and are
available in letter and legal size widths.
to file in a Vertical File:
to back- Storing records front to back in a vertical file is
the most common use of this cabinet.
Vaults- small sized fire proof vaults for storing multi-media.
Vaults are used to place in the drawer of a vertical or lateral
fire proof file for most secure protection from fire or hazard.
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