The main purpose of a depository safe is to protect money or documents for a limited period of time. Before you choose a depository safe you should consider which type will best benefit your company. Many of the safes range in size or shape and a variety are sold with easy to use digital locks. Larger depository safes or cash safes are generally found in restaurant or retail offices so daily drops can be made easily. At the end of a shift, a manager can account for and then bring the money for deposit in the commercial bank. Smaller deposit boxes are suitable for limited spaces under the register and commonly are a safe option for bills over the $20 limit.
13mm (1/2″) solid steel plate door
Auto door detent
Mail box or rotary drop deposit
Compact to fit in tight places
Weight: 46kg (101lbs.)
Inside Dimensions: (H)18-1/2” x (W)13-3/4” x (D)11” [(H)470mm*(W)350mm*(D)280mm]
Outside Dimensions: (H)27-1/4” x (W)14” x (D)14” [(H)692mm*(W)355mm*(D)355mm]
Clear Door: (H)9-3/4” x (W)9-3/4” [(H)248mm*(W)248mm]
The best warranty in the business, one year parts and labor.
Protected by dual “anti-fish” baffles.
Locks and relocks protected by a large carburized hardplate.
Auxiliary spring-loaded relocking devices.
Top loading depository fits large package sizes: 4¾” D x 4¾” W x 10” L [(D)121mm*(W)121mm*(L)254mm]
Recessed, heavy duty 3/16″ [4.8mm] depository construction (1/4″ door).
½” [12.7mm] thick A36 solid steel plate, recessed ½” to increase resistance to pry attack.
Three 1″ [25.4mm] diameter chromed steel locking bolts.
Bolt detent system engages boltwork automatically.
Strong, formed “B” rate construction made of A36 solid steel plate for improved security and appearance.
Formed door jamb for increased resistance to sledgehammer attack.
Four anchor bolt holes are standard.