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Understanding Bank Vault Doors: A Comprehensive Guide

Updated: Apr 15

A vault door is a specialized, custom-made door designed to provide high levels of security and protection against theft, fire, and damage. Here's a breakdown of its features, mechanism, types, and usage:

Definition:

  • A vault door is characterized by its custom design, excellent anti-theft performance, high safety factor in the door lock, stable structure, heavyweight, and resistance to fire and damage.

Basic Mechanism:

  1. Components: The vault door typically consists of a door frame, door leaf, day gate, mechanical code lock, key lock, and lock actuator.

  2. Additional Features: Time locks, electronic code locks, alarms, automatic lighting systems, waterproof devices, and biometric devices such as fingerprint readers and iris recognition devices can be installed for enhanced security.

Lock Types: (link to the provided resource for more information)

Installation Method: (link to the provided resource for more information)

Notes on Purchasing: (link to the provided resource for more information)

Protection Level Classification:

  • Class M: Anti-destruction time of 15 minutes

  • Class 1: Anti-destruction time of 30 minutes

  • Class 2: Anti-destruction time of 60 minutes

  • Class 3: Resistance time of 120 minutes

Shape Types:

  1. Round

  2. Square

Material Types:

  1. Stainless Steel

  2. Steel

Opening Types:

  1. Left Outer Opening

  2. Left Inner Opening

  3. Right Outer Opening

  4. Right Inner Opening

  5. Double Opening

  6. Pan Opening

Usage:

  • Vault doors are used to safeguard cash, gold, cultural relics, firearms, ammunition, and other valuable items, providing secure entry and exit channels for warehouses.

Applicable Units:

  • Banks, financial institutions, museums, art galleries, military facilities, as well as homes and businesses, can benefit from the security provided by vault doors.

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