Depository Safes

Depository Safes = protection in high cash use environments.

Using a depository or “trim safe” is a way of controlling excess cash in high cash use environments, when used properly they will help limit exposure to theft by employees or robbery, depository safes are not used for long term storage of cash or valuables, they are generally not fire resistant.

Depository safes are designed to provide immediate and secure storage for cash, jewelry and miscellaneous valuables. When the door is locked, deposits can be made via a top loading rotary hopper or a front loading deposit door. Sometimes referred to as “trim safes” they are designed to reduce the risk of robbery by limiting the amount of money in the cash register, providing protection from hold-up or burglary

Depository safes are recommended for any operation that requires a non-returnable deposit such as armored car companies, convenience stores, restaurants, etc. These safes are not meant for unprotected overnight storage of cash or valuables.

Depository safes can be custom made in almost any configuration, drop slots or hoppers can be positioned on top in the front or back, through a wall, etc. They can be equipped with mechanical or electronic combination locks, key operated locks, or locks that require dual operation.

At Midstate Lock & Safe we can help you choose the correct depository safe for your unique requirements, we will order and install your choosen safe. 

Links to Depository Safe Manufacturers

American Security Products Company

Gardall Safe Company

Meilink Fire Safe Company

A & B Safe Corporation

Adesco Safe manufacturing Co.

 

www.amsecusa.com

www.gardall.com

www.meilinksafe.com

www.a-bsafecorp.com

www.adesco.com

 

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