Explore our comprehensive glossary of terms related to safes, safe installation, and various types of safes.
From high-security safes to digital locks, burglary resistance ratings to fire-resistance, our glossary covers everything you need to know about safeguarding your valuables with top-quality security solutions.
Discover the latest industry terminology and make informed decisions to protect your assets with Safe Central's expertise.
A feature in cash safes that prevents unauthorized removal of deposited items
through the deposit slot.
Locks that use unique physical characteristics, such as fingerprints or retinal
scans, for access control, providing a high level of security and convenience.
A rating that indicates a safe's ability to withstand break-in attempts, such as drilling, prying, or cutting. The higher the burglary resistance rating, the
more secure the safe.
Safes specifically designed for cash management, featuring drop slots and
secure locking mechanisms.
A traditional safe with a rotary dial lock that requires users to input a combination of numbers to open the safe.
Safes designed for businesses and commercial establishments to secure cash, important documents, and other valuable assets.
Concealed Floor Safe:
A floor safe installed under the floor's surface, hidden from view to prevent detection by potential intruders.
Tailored safe installation and delivery services to accommodate unique
requirements, including regional locations, challenging access, or specific installation needs.
Data Media Safes:
Safes specifically designed to protect sensitive electronic media, such as hard drives, USB drives, CDs, and DVDs, from fire and water damage.
Safes feature a secure deposit slot for easy and safe dropping of cash, envelopes, or other items without opening the main safe door.
A safe with an electronic keypad or biometric lock for quick and convenient access.
DIY Safe Installation:
Do-It-Yourself safe installation, where customers install the safe themselves using the provided instructions and equipment.
A reputable brand known for producing high-quality safes with respected safe locking mechanism brands.
Dual Locking System:
A safe with two separate locking mechanisms, such as a combination lock and a key lock, for added security.
Safes equipped with electronic locks, offering advanced security features such as multiple user codes and audit trail capabilities.
Temporary safes designed for use during events, exhibitions, festivals, or on-site location work, ensuring the protection of valuables and possessions.
Fire-Resistant Document Safes:
Safes specifically designed to protect important documents, contracts, certificates, and records from fire damage.
Safes designed to safely store firearms and ammunition, meeting legal requirements and providing protection against unauthorized access.
A rating that shows a safe's ability to protect its contents from fire damage for a specific period, usually measured in minutes or hours.
A safe designed to be installed and concealed in the floor, offering discreet protection for valuables.
Forklift Loading Facilities:
Facilities equipped with forklifts to assist in the loading and unloading of safes for customers who opt for warehouse pickup.
Safes engineered to withstand extreme scenarios, including fire, water damage, and burglary attempts, offering the highest level of protection.
Hidden Wall Safe:
A type of wall safe designed to be concealed behind a wall-mounted object, providing added security through discreet installation.
Safes are commonly found in hotel rooms, providing guests with a secure place to store their valuables during their stay.
Safes engineered to withstand impacts, such as heavy objects falling on the safe or attempted forced entry.
Delivery service where the safe is delivered to the approved address and unloaded to the ground near the kerbside but not taken inside the property.
Refers to the mechanism used to secure the safe. Common lock types include key locks, combination locks, electronic keypad locks, and biometric locks.
Delivery service focused on metropolitan areas, where safes are transported and installed by a professional, safe specialist.
A method of securing the safe at multiple points, enhancing its stability and resistance to tampering.
Safes are specifically designed to securely store medications, drugs, or other pharmaceutical supplies, ensuring controlled access and compliance with
Police-Licensed Safe Specialist:
A professional who holds the necessary licenses and certifications to perform
safe installations and ensure compliance with regulations and standards.
Reinforced Steel Bolts:
Heavy-duty steel bolts are used in safes to secure the door to the frame, enhancing the safe's resistance to forced entry.
Safes are intended for use in homes to protect valuables, personal items, and important documents.
Offering safes for short and long-term hire, with delivery and installation services available for temporary safes at any site in Perth.
The process of placing and securing a safe at a chosen location, which can include bolting the safe to the floor or wall for added stability.
Security Key Cabinets:
Cabinets are specifically designed to securely store and manage keys, providing
controlled access for authorized personnel.
Security Safe Consultation:
Professional guidance and advice provided by safe specialists to help customers
choose the ideal security safe to meet their specific needs and preferences.
Solid Steel Construction:
A feature of high-quality safes, indicating that the safe's body and door are
constructed using durable and robust steel materials.
Safes designed for specific purposes, such as deposit safes commonly used in
banks and hotels, with features like secure front-loading or top-loading
Tail Lift Equipped Freight Vehicle:
A freight vehicle equipped with a hydraulic tail lift for easy loading and
unloading of heavy items like safes.
A seal used to indicate if a safe or container has been tampered with or
accessed without authorization.
A security feature in safes that triggers a secondary locking mechanism when
tampering attempts, such as drilling, are detected.
Electronic locks with time-delay features add an extra layer of protection by
preventing immediate access to the safe after a successful code entry.
A certification from Underwriters Laboratories indicating that the safe has
undergone testing for quality and safety, making it reliable and secure.
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