Our strong rooms offering
Our strong rooms and vault rooms provide the ultimate security for high-risk industries such as banking, retail, pharma, logistics, or industrial plants, where high-resistance burglary protection for valuables is crucial to maintaining an organisation’s operations and continuity. Designed to meet specific needs, these safe storage solutions offer resistance to burglary, customisable size and layout, and are certified by the ECB·S in accordance with the EN 1143-1. Learn more about our strong room solutions below.
The Gunnebo range of strong rooms combines performance and flexibility in one high-performance solution
Each range has a variety of adaptable components that have been tried-and-tested to resist attack
Innovative, VdS-approved ventilation system for optimum climate control
Innovative, lightweight panels that do not require welding or adjusting for a faster installation and mounting
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Are Gunnebo strong rooms certified?
Gunnebo strong rooms – also known as vault rooms or vaults – are designed to resist the most severe physical attacks and are certified by the ECB·S in accordance with the EN 1143-1 in resistance grades I-XII.
What security class do Gunnebo strong rooms offer?
Gunnebo ModuleGuard strong rooms offer EN 1143-1 certified resistance against burglary in the grades I to IV, Centurion strong rooms in the grades V to XII. As an option, models in grade X-XI are available with diamond drill protection (CD) and Grade XII is available with explosion protection (EX). Certified bolted versions of 80 mm modular panels are available in Grade V and VI. The 80mm variant of the Grade VI Centurion Strong Room modules has received security upgrades, going from Grade VI to Grade VI-T2 ECB•S certified according to EN-1143-1.
What lock types do Gunnebo strong rooms have?
Next to strong rooms, Gunnebo also offers a wide range of certified vault doors in grades I-XIII that are an integral part of a strong room solution. These vault doors come with a variety of certified lock options, such as Class B and Class C key locks (Mauer 70079 or Kaba Mauer Primus 70011), combination locks (S&G 6731 or Kaba Mas LCC LG1947) and electronic locks in classes B, C and D (KelNet, Kaba Paxos, SafeLock, La Gard 39E), which can also be combined upon request.
How are the strong rooms installed?
Gunnebos’ high-security strong rooms are constructed by combining at least one vault door with wall, floor and ceiling panels. The components are mounted together for a strong room that maximises available space, whether in a new or existing construction.
What benefits do strong rooms offer?
Centurion high-security strong rooms leverage the latest available technologies to withstand even the most sophisticated attacks. The relatively lightweight panels reduce transportation costs and facilitate assembly. At the same time, Centurion strong rooms and vault doors are designed to optimise simplicity and accessibility for a solution that is user-friendly and easy to operate.
Which is the most suitable strong room for my business?
Gunnebo’s certified Centurion high-grade range is the preferred solution for sites that demand the highest possible security level and certification. The certified ModuleGuard or the Centurion weight-reduced strong rooms are preferred solutions for placements higher up in buildings where floor loads are limited. Centurion certified bolted versions are the right choice when conditions for assembly are restricted, and a welding of strong room panels is forbidden. This option also allows the entire strong room to be dismantled for a reassembly at another location.