Improve Workplace Safety
After cashiers deposit money in the safe, managers never need to recount, or even touch, the deposit, creating a much safer environment for everyone and saving hours a day of the manager’s time.
High security enclosure.
Our safes are laser cut with incredible precision at our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in San Antonio, TX. The low tolerances result in narrow gaps between the door and the body of the safe making it very difficult for assailants to introduce a pry bar in the gap and force entry.
An interlocking back flange ensures that the door remains securely closed even if the hinges have been completely removed from the safe.
Premium grade 80 steel.
When designing our safes, we're committed to using high quality materials in order to make our safes highly resistant to attack. Our safes exceed the standards for b-rate safes. Instead of the cheaper mild steel used in many safes, we've selected Grade 80 steel for its high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent cold-forming characteristics and enhanced atmospheric corrosive resistance.
Because Grade 80 steel is significantly stronger than mild steel (90 ksi versus 55 ksi), it provides us high strength in thinner sections at a lower weight.
High security locks & keys.
We use high-security Medeco® keys making unauthorized key duplication nearly impossible.
Our standard boltwork features three 1-inch chrome-plated locking bolts equipped with a spring-loaded relocker, eliminating the risk of the door being closed but left unlocked.
A drill-resistant hard plate protects our boltwork and the high-quality LaGard® lock that secures our vault doors closed, reinforcing our safes against drill attacks.
The safe can be configured so nobody on site can open it without either waiting through a configurable delay period or, if armored car services are used, the presence of both an authorized employee of the store and the high-security key the armored car driver brings to the location.
These security measures and many more act as a significant burglary deterrent. Would-be criminals aren't comfortable waiting through long delay periods or dealing with a team of armed armored car personnel.