In Ground Safes

In Ground Safes

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Secure-All TDR In Floor

  • Torch and drill resisting
  • Flush fitting lid to aid concealment and fire protection
  • Interchangeable door (8KG) secured by 3 wheel S&G combination lock
  • clear 155mm access to contents storage area 265X (280×280)

Recommended overnight cash holding for SECA $30,000

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Mark I Torch and Drill Resisting

  • One million change keyless combination lock
  • Large door opening 178mm x 127mm (7″ x 5″) on hinged door model. 254mm x 127mm (10″ x 5″) on lift-out door model
  • Proven resistance to drilling, oxy-acetylene cutting and explosives
  • Relocking devices incorporated in door
  • Boltwork activated by Rack & Pinion mechanism preventing pening problems often associated with ordinary floor safes
  • Suitable in-floor safe for both home and commercial purposes.

Recommended overnight cash holding for TDR $40,000

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Collector In-Floor Safe

  • 20mm thick steel door plate
  • Heavy-duty boltwork with rack and pinion
  • Body reinforced with steel gussets in corners
  • Gas-ram to assist lifting of door
  • Combination lock (1,000,000 differs) on hardened steel mounting plate
  • Re-locking devices
  • Heavy duty clip-on lid (dust cover) to form part of floor surface
  • Suitable in-floor safe for both home and commercial purposes.

Recommended overnight cash holding $25,000

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Lockdown In-Floor Safes

  • Model GUAD fitted with a lagard 33E 6 digit touch pad powered by one 9V alkaline battery
  • Model GUAC fitted with S & G wheel 1 million change combination
  • Model GUAK fitted with a six lever pick resistant key lock
  • Spring assisted door pivot
  • Removal doors interchange to facilitate service and installation
  • Flush fitting lid to aid concealment and fire protection
  • Hard plate to protect lock area
  • Emergency relocking device

The safes may be installed in either concrete or timber floors. The opening in the floor should be at least 500mm square by 500mm deep.

The safe should be secured with a strong mix concrete 1 x sand, 1 x stone, 1 x cement. Steel reinforcing material can also be used to help bond the concrete and provide better security.

It is recommended that the mix be poured so that a concrete cover of at least 100mm (4”) exists around each side of the safe and brought level with top.

Floor safes are not waterproof. In damp situations the concrete should contain a waterproofing agent such as “Silasec” or “Yurite” (available from hardware stores). Whilst the concrete is setting, the door should be removed.

Recommended overnight cash holding for all models $10,000.

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