When protection is the number one reason for spending money, only the world’s best will do. For example, let’s take a look at one of the world’s largest lockable safes—A BIG safe for BIG guns.
One of the most massive safes in all the world is built inside Cheyenne Mountain near Colorado Springs, Colorado. It was a joint U.S.-Canada project to construct an early warning and defense system in the event of nuclear war. The facility is called NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command).
In the early 1960s, massive caverns were carved deep in the interior of the granite mountain. These bunkers were large enough to accommodate little clusters of 3-story steel-plated buildings that rested atop some 941 super-duty massive springs. Should an attack occur the springs would absorb the shock and jarring of nuclear detonations, and staff would be protected long enough to do their jobs.
How long could people inside that mountain survive?
The buildings inside the mountain are separated from the outer tunnels with enormous 43-ton blast doors. These stand in tandem 50 feet apart and are designed to withstand all but a direct hit from a nuclear weapon. During the cold war, experts estimated the girth of the mountain above them and the heavy protective doors would let crews survive for about 30 minutes under direct nuclear assault.
Thirty minutes is a lot of time during a nuclear war. That half hour could mean the difference between winning or losing the worst nightmare humanity has ever invented. NORAD’s “eyes” on the world would alert defense forces about which enemy missile silos and launchers still had missiles. The facility is also equipped to pass along knowledge of anything new that leaves the atmosphere and enters space as either a ballistic missile, satellite or satellite destroyer of some kind. This information allows defensive actions to be taken, to fire the BIG Guns that can destroy enemy missile silos or air bases that have not yet been launched.
And that’s why spending money for the best protection available makes such good sense. It’s all about security.
Liberty builds its safes with the same objectives—to make the best safes possible at prices people can afford. No, the safes are not as sexy as the massive NORAD blast doors, but for home and office, they are beautiful works of craftsmanship—and the best safes that money can buy.
Only the best steel goes into the fabrication of Liberty safes. The doors and door frames are brilliantly reinforced to defeat thieves. The door bolts are extra large and extended for maximum protection. Like NORAD, the idea is to keep thieves from penetrating the safe for as long as possible. Humans and their bags of robbery tools are more easily defeated than the mega tonnage of nuclear weapons, and those deterrents are built into every Liberty safe.
While the bolts on Liberty safes don’t need to be moved hydraulically as in the NORAD blast doors, their action is smooth and solid, securing the doors with an easy to operate handle or wheel.
Also like NORAD, Liberty safes can include an early warning system that tells owners if somebody is jiggling the door handle or otherwise disturbing the peace and security of the safe.
SAFELERT is a wireless motion and temperature detection device that installs inside the safe. Any movement or change in temperature (such as from a fire) triggers a message that is sent to an owner’s cell phone or email, alerting them that questionable activity is taking place around their safe, and it should be checked.
Could Liberty build a pair of 43-ton blast doors with hydraulic bolts and a secure casing strong enough to withstand a 20 megaton super blast, such as those in Cheyenne Mountain at NORAD?
Of course they could—But nobody has asked.
In the meantime, with NORAD giving North America a massive sense of peace of mind with its BIG safe for BIG guns, you may get your peace of mind with a safe that fits in your house, built for smaller guns and smaller dollars. It’s the best disaster protection money can buy.
Liberty Safes, the best-built safes on the planet.