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|Mesa Safe MF50E UL Classified Fire Safe to be Released Technology Articles | July 10 , 2011
The Mesa Safe MF50E UL Classified Fire Safe has many Features all steel construction that offers real security against fires and thefts. Massive 1" diameter solid steel locking bolts, Heavy-duty...
The Mesa Safe MF50E UL Classified Fire Safe has many Features all steel construction that offers real security against fires and thefts. Massive 1" diameter solid steel locking bolts, Heavy-duty solid steel hinges, Inner locking 34" x 3 12" diameter steel deadbolts. Body has 2 12" enclosing fire resistant material. 3-way locking system, 2 story impact rating, factory tested. One anchor hole (anchor kit included), Concealed emergency key system. External power pack, Multiple invalid code defense feature. Battery-operated (Batteries included), Motion-sensored LED lighting system included (requires 2 AA batteries - not included).
Quick Overview * MF50E UL Classified Fire Safe * Image not representative of exact product. See specs below for actual dimensions and other specs. * UL Classified Class 350 1-hour fire rating * Door is 4" thick with enclosing fire resistant material * High strength adjustableremovable shelves * Large easy-to-read illuminated display * Color: Two-toned browntan
Additional Information Manufactured In: China Manufacturer Mesa Safe Manuf Part # MF50E Model MF50E Weight 95.0000 Expected Ship Date 1-3 Days Warranty 1 Year Limited Warranty Outer (Exterior) Dimensions 19.12" H x 13.5"W x 15.75"D Inner (Interior) Dimensions 11.87" H x 8.25" W x 10.25" D Capacity (Cubic Feet) 0.8 Lock Type Battery operated electronic lock (batteries included) Fire Rating Class 350 1-hour fire rating Number of Shelves 1 Adjustable Shelves Yes Body Thickness 2 12" enclosing fire resistant material Bolt Thickness 1" diameter locking bolts Inner locking 34" x 3 12" diameter deadbolts Can you Anchor? Yes Number of Anchor Holes 1 Casters No Water Resistant No
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Several methods for deciding on a budget are used successfully by small businesses. Here are some of those methods: The percentage of sales method is probably the most frequently used. A percentage of projected sales revenue to be devoted to advertising is predetermined. Suppose you learn from your trade association that firms similar to yours allocate five percent of revenue to advertising. Youíd estimate the amount of your sales for your first year of operation to determine what your advertising expenditures should be. Letís say your sales for card printing business are very low especially on business cards. Then you have to pay more attention to get more sales. You need to allocate a proper budget for advertising to generate more sales.
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