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The placement of a system of delay and block in a safe that does not have approval certificate EN 1143-1 Grade IV does not update the safe to meeting the Standard. We talked about the safes and their little quirks, but we left for this second article is very important in the safes, which allows us to manage our metal box for protection money.These products are the locks (electronic or mechanical) that must incorporate our safes. The legislation provides that safes safes Level IV (mandatory requirement for establishments governed by the law of private security) should include two locks with a given level as required by the specification test when a safe for your approval. The locks that meet the standard required for Level 2 or B type certificates held by certified laboratories that provide testing and certification (VdS German, French CNPP, etc.. Any Spanish at the moment). These certificates are essential to ensure that a safe level has the required approval. The Private Security Act requires one of two locks that incorporate our safe is a delay opening (scheduled for 10 minutes minimum). This delay must remain active during the workday.It should also be provided with a closure system (mechanical or electronic) that allows the total and insurmountable blockade of the safe from closing time until the first hour of opening the next business day. There are systems that incorporate market these two devices into a single system (delay and blocking clock) and that being certified Class 2 or Level B meet the requirements of the Private Security Act. All in keeping with the approval of the box and adding a handling very easy and intuitive for the user. With these locks you can manage other elements of the security establishment (alarm, camcorders, personal control). To facilitate police inspections and avoid possible problems with potential claims to our insurance is important to ask our safe supplier or installer of locks that we deliver a copy of the certificates of our safe and well as our locks.These certificates must be issued by testing laboratories (Applus, Vds, CNPP etc …) and never by the manufacturer or installer. Also must be within the validity period indicated on the certificate itself. Important to note that each type of lock has a specific certificate and any additional functionality should be subject to new certification. Having the certification on the product we have in our facilities will provide the ease of having a product with guarantee of security, compliance and reliability. Do not be fooled by the low cost products without approval, can eventually get out expensive, learn well in that type of product is investing your money.