I was looking at some fire resistant bags/safes/envelopes for protecting documents and stuff.
I have done some research before when I purchased a fire safe. I know you need something with a fairly high fire rating and protection time. I have seen up to 3000 degrees and up to 1 hour. I'm not sure if I seen both a 3k and 1 hr combination. I even watched some Videos of a few safes failing to do what people assumed they would.
I had some new questions, usually I can find some good information online, but I cant seem to find enough information on fire proof document bags and envelopes(just the safes), other than some general stuff about ratings, the price, $75 to $150 for bags and $7 to $35 for envelopes. Perhaps someone can find some information I missed or someone has some knowledge about this stuff.
I was wondering what happens if you use two envelopes for one item? Or putting a FP envelope in a fire bag? I wouldn't think that it would/could give you double the protection, for all I know it may have the opposite affect somehow. I kinda doubt that, but its better safe than sorry. Perhaps it adds 10% or 20% extra protection? Perhaps it doesn't matter either way? Maybe two FP envelopes won't give any extra protection, but an envelope in a FP bag will add something extra?
I'm not really interested in to much information about the safes I think I have enough about the safes What about putting FP envelopes in a FP safe?
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