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From as far back as the Egyptians people have been inventing new and improved ways to keep their belongings, cash and other personal items of value safe and secure. Today, safes and vaults are popularly used to secure customer and patron belongings in banks, hotels and other security buildings. Dealers and retailers of safes and vaults will be happy to explain the specifications and impressive abilities of their products to a potential customer. Here are some terms you may hear when from a safe and vault dealer or retailer.

  • Steel Reinforced-Concrete – Steel reinforced-concrete is the material used to build many bank vaults which typically have walls at least one foot thick if not more. Vaults of this material have been reported to have survived nuclear blasts, fires, burglary and much more.
  • Thermal Lance – A thermal lance is a tool that has the ability to cut iron and other materials, such as a safe, using high temperatures and pressure. This is a modern day tool that could lead to an increase in burglary activity which concerns vault dealers as well as law enforcement.
  • Cylinders – Large metal cylinders are used to connect a vault’s door to its frame locking the structure. A combination or time lock is supposed to be the only thing that will allow these cylinders to move and open the safe.
  • Coffer – In terms of safes and vaults, a coffer is a chest or box which holds belongings. A coffer is similar to a strongbox in that they both have a lock offering security to what is inside.
  • Insulators – Insulators are materials used to reinforce the structure of a safe and to create a fire resistant exterior. Plaster of Paris, clay and other materials are insulators.
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    (808) 487-0007
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    3465 Waialae Ave Ste 290, Honolulu, HI 96816
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    2976 Aukele St Ste B3, Lihue, HI 96766
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    2976 Aukele St Ste B3, Lihue, HI 96766
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    (808) 988-7939

    Safes and vaults are essential to keep valuable items locked up. They are often used in banks, homes, and convenience stores. These popular antitheft devices are usually fire resistant and made of steel, making them difficult to break into. But as with anything else, the quality determines in large part how secure they will be. If you want a cheap model for residential use, it may cost less but may not be as effective in keeping a burglar out. With access to such high-tech devices today, it's relatively easy to crack the code on a standard vault or safe. That's why financial institutions with lots of cash to safeguard need to invest in large, walk-in safes that require much more than a simple combination to open. Some of the more advanced safes and vaults come with timers, electronic combinations, and other features to guard against burglary. So, what are safes, also called coffers, and vaults used for? Most often, they are used to store money, guns, and valuables, such as jewelry and family heirlooms. Some are meant solely for filing important documents, while others are simple lock boxes in banks to store small items or bundles of money. Any safe or vault, from maximum security to simple residential models, can store belongings of any kind. Safes and vaults dealers–including wholesalers and retailers–sell everything from gun to drop to depository safes. You may find these dealers in retail areas or online. Overall, safes and vaults are meant to prevent burglary and boost security of the contained belongings. Dealers like wholesalers and retailers sell various classes and ratings of safes and strongboxes, such as 125, 150, and 350. You can also choose from TL-15, TL-30, TRTL-30, TRTL-60, and TXTL-60, depending on the size and level of security you want.
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