Tuesday, July 16, 2019


Home Safe
The Home Safe range offers similar protection against fire and a wide range of sophisticated tools and techniques of attack while blending into your home without compromising your safety needs. Protect your valuables in these while occupying minimal space in your home.


Key Lock and Key Combination Lock

Dimension ( H x W x D )mm

388 x 512 x 465
248 x 369 x 287

Nett. Weight .± 145 kgs
± 319 lbs

APS Home Safe SS2 KL&KCL (Secured by Keylock & Keyless Combination Lock)
Model: SS 2

Locking: Keylock & Keyless Combination Lock

Dimension ( H x W x D )mm
565 x 480 x 517
(Internal): 427 x 338 x 362 
Nett. Weight.: ± 220 kgs / ± 495 lbs

APS Home Safe SS3 KL&KCL (Secured by Key Lock & Keyless Combination Lock)


Keylock & Keyless Combination Lock

Dimension ( H x W x D )mm

660 x 480 x 517
518 x 338 x 362 
Nett. Weight .± 235 kgs
± 517 lbs

Optional Parts / Components:

Safe Stand, Slot Hole
Product Features

APS Safe is synonymous to our commitment to your safety needs

APS Safe range is carefully designed after selection of proper materials & testing so you can be assured that your valuables, important documents and cash are secured. Look out for the following features in an array of choices of practical and heavy - duty safes:
No two are the same - Every unit has a unique serial number.
Secured access in opening and locking - The Combination lock keeps your safe door intact even without a key. The probability of cracking the combination code is 1/1,000,000.
Fire Resistant - Made of formidable high - density barrier as thick as 160mm (6.3ins). Provides excellent protection against fire, chemical penetration, power drill and explosives.
Tamper Resistant - Door structure is lock case embedded and reinforced with solid heavy-duty hinges. The combination lock mechanism pushes a maximum depth of 40mm steel bolts out in different directions to secure the sides of the safe door tightly even when the hinges are chopped off. Resists tampering of the door using various tools and techniques used in burglary e.g. Oxyacetylene torch, crow bar and hydraulic jack.
Reinforced Vertical Interlocking - APS Safe transcends the conventional boltwork design for extra tamper resistant safes. See figure 1 – 4 for a comparison of reinforced vertical interlocking mechanism and conventional interlocking system.
Options - We provide customizability to suit your needs. Optional components include Slot Holes, Keylock, Drawer or Safe Stands.

Reinforced Vertical InterlockingConventional Locking
Figure 1

Secured by 2 or 3 ways moving bolts spaced over the front rebates and at the back.
Figure 2 

The back of the door is anchored with full length reinforced vertical interlocking rebate (a) - so door remains firmly locked when tampered with various techniques e.g. hydraulic jack, explosives and hinges sawed off.

The rebates are encased with 60 mm thick using high density proofing material.
Figure 3 

The door is held by one way/ side moving bolt and partially swanked off fixed bolt.
Figure 4

The back is secured by partial swanked off fixed bolts locked into cup formed body.

The back fixed bolts are welded to or screwed on the lock case.
• The safety features of your safe lies in the quality of the safe’s body , its door, the door’s boltwork and the lock.

A Guide To Combination Lock
To open the combination lock (using center Opening Line)
• Turn anti-clockwise 4 times( 10 ) or ( your 1st number)
• Clockwise 3 times ( 20 ) or ( your 2nd number)
• Anti-clockwise 2 times ( 30 ) or ( your 3rd number)
• Turn clockwise until stop
To change security code
1) Insert existing numbers (e.g. 10-20-30) on setting / resetting line
• Turn anti-clockwise 4 times ( 10 ) or ( your 1st number)
• Turn clockwise 3 times ( 20 ) or ( your 2nd number)
• Anti-clockwise 2 ,times ( 30 ) or ( your 3rd number)
• Stop at the last number. (DO NOT TURN BACK TO “0”)
2) Insert change key into the back panel of the safe
• The L shape key (Set key) must be inserted into the arrow shape hole at the back of the combination lock (Refer to diagram 2.0 marked "A" with arrow pointing downward)
• Set key must be inserted completely pointing downward.(Refer to diagram 2.0 marked" X" shown maximum point of insert. )
• Turn Set key anti-clockwise till it reaches 90 degrees
3) Insert new numbers (e.g. 30-40-50) on setting / resetting line)
• Turn anti-clockwise 4 times (30) or (your 1st number)
• Turn clockwise 3 times (40) or (your 2nd number)
• Turn anti-clockwise 2 times (50) or (your 3rd number)
• Stop at the last number. (Please take note last number must above 20)
• Turn set key clockwise 90 degrees and pull out.
• Changing of combination is completed

Please check using new numbers twice before you close or lock your safe.
Customers are adviced to set simple combination, such as 10, 20, 30, 40, etc.
Our Services
Relocation of Safe
We have the expertise capable of transporting Safe throughout Peninsula Malaysia- be that within your home city or across the country. We will carry out a survey of your effects to be moved, before advising and guiding you on the process and destination. Then, a written quotation will be issued upon engaging us.
Relocation of SafeRepair/refurbishing of safe services are available. You can call us up for a FREE consultation and we will evaluate the damage(s).
Alteration of Security code
The security code of the safe combination lock can be can be changed by following a list of steps. Look up for the instructions at the education section. Alternatively, our technicians are available to assist you on the spot at a minimal fee.
Tip: Prepare relevant details at your fingertips. Details such as invoice number, date of purchase, product model, contact number, contact person and delivery address are important cues for us in order to serve you efficiently.