Fire Resistant Briefcase Style Bags
Fire Resistant Briefcase Style Bags are made with a Silica liner to resist heat to 2500F. Great Fire Protection is delivered by these fire resistant briefcase style bags designed for important documents, valuables or currency. These fire resistant briefcase style bags ensure your valuables will stay safe. The outer shell of the bag has two roughed materials to choose from. Every bag includes a pin locking zipper pull to accommodate a Master Lock for security.
Our Fire Resistant Briefcase Style Bags are offered in two sizes, two fabrics and several colors. The metal zipper closure keeps contents intact. These bags have the ability to padlock or combination lock to the zipper pull for optimal security. Comfort grip web handles provides carrying the bag with ease. Bags come standard with I.D. window. Quantity discounts available. Please call or email us with any requests.
- Holds files, reports, books, office supplies and more
- Durable fabrics withstand daily use
- Heat resistant material used is up to 2500F
- Can be locked for security
Fire Resistant Rating
The Silica Cloth we use has a combustion rate of 2500 degrees Fahrenheit. This means the silica cloth doesn’t catch fire until the temperature is 2500 degrees F.
We have tested our bags in several conditions to observe their performance. We have not UL rated the bags because we offer customization on any bag. Any alterations or customization nullifies the UL rating. We have chosen not to publish a stated burn rate (1500 degrees for 15 minutes, etc). Most of these claims are not substantiated or variations in fire conditions void the claims.
Please understand ANY type of fire resistant or fire proof product does not prevent convection (heating) of contents within a bag or safe. Most damage from fires to fire resistant products comes in the form of convection within the container. When the contents within any fire resistant container reach their autoignition point, the contents start on fire.
For example, the autoiginition point for paper is 424 – 475 degrees F. For paper, there is considerable variation between sources, mainly because there are many physical variables over different kinds of paper, like thickness, density and composition; in addition, it takes longer for the combustion of paper to start at lower temperatures.
We provide this information not to be vague but to explain the variables to consider in purchasing a fire resistant product from us or anyone else.
Made to Order Bag, please allow 10-14 business days for production
For additional information or customized products please call or email us at
(855) 235-7230 Toll Free
(920) 322-9445 Direct