- Spacious in-floor safe with shallow depth
- Burglary-resistant construction
- Full body-fit door with handle-activated locking mechanism
- Dial combination lock with electronic or mechanical type options
Spacious in-floor safe with shallow depth
AMSEC B3700 has 3,864 cubic inches (2.2 cubic feet) of storage space and an interior depth of 14″. It can store many items and has a shallow depth for easy access. Have this installed into a concrete floor and cover with a rug, furniture, or carpet. This unit includes a flush cover plate to conceal it properly under a carpet. Your guests will never know that you have a secret safe. Seek the advice of a professional safe installer to evaluate whether your preferred location is suitable for this safe.
Excellent storage for valuables you use occasionally
When putting items inside the AMSEC B3700 vault, make sure that any papers or materials that are vulnerable to water damage are sealed in a zip lock bag. Because this is not waterproof, moisture may seep in after a while. This safe is ideal for storing passports, documents, jewels, and other valuables. However, it is recommended that you only store products that you do not use frequently. Unless you are comfortable kneeling and bending a lot when entering the safe, the location of the safe is not suitable for frequent opening.
AMSEC B3700 Floor Safe has a B-rating for its burglary classification and an A36 solid steel body and door. It has a handle-activated locking mechanism with three 1″ diameter, drive-resistant chromed steel locking bolts with a long throw, as well as a 3/4″ solid steel plate to thwart pry attacks. The built-in devices in its door jamb, on the other hand, give great protection against any sort of physical abuse, such as sledgehammer blows. AMSEC B3700’s large floor plate enables a secure installation in concrete, and movement or removal appears to be impossible. A heavy-duty steel plate is installed behind the hinge during forced entry and door removal scenarios to prevent these things from happening.
Dial combination lock with electronic or mechanical type options
The UL Listed dial combination lock is featured on the AMSEC B3700 Floor Safe. It also has a relocking system that is activated by a punching attack. You can choose between three electronic locks (ESL 10XL, ESL 20XL, and ESL5) and a mechanical lock. Your selection should be based on your own preferences or business needs. If you have several users, the electronic lock is better, while the mechanical lock has a dependable spin dial. A carburized plate protects all of these sorts.
The fundamental question is why safety is vital and what you could benefit from it
The major reasons are to keep your private documents and assets safe, as well as to protect not only yourself, but your family and others, through harmful materials out of the hands of unskilled people.
There are many various types of safes to select from, but one thing you must consider is how it will store and secure the things you value the most from burglary, improper use, fire, natural calamities, and any other hazards.
Alpine Safes will provide you with the protection and security you are looking for!