Selection guide to buy a safe

Buying a safe is not a trivial matter: there are many aspects to evaluate starting from the model that best suits personal needs, without neglecting the available budget. When choosing a safe for private or public use, what are the factors to consider? To answer this question it is necessary to make an overview of the main elements that characterize a good safe. Below we analyze the components fireproof security safes.

The free-standing safes are also easier to install, as they do not require masonry work. The same goes for any move that involves the transport of the safe. However, free-standing safes have the disadvantage of being subject to greater vulnerability to break-in, especially if the walls are not reinforced and the weight is not prohibitive. A final disadvantage could relate to the size luxury watch safe.

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It is one of the most important elements of these safety devices as it includes the safe opening and closing mechanism. In order to offer an adequate level of security, the safe door must be characterized by a high degree of resistance to breaking. In this regard, the door frame must be “single piece”, ie a single piece with the cash register. This aspect is fundamental as it prevents any thieves from removing the frame, separating it from the body of the safe.

The door and the frame must also be welded flush: between the two elements there must be as little space as possible to prevent the insertion of any object that can act as a break-in lever. The most vulnerable side of a safe is where the hinges around which the door opening mechanism rotates are located.

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