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Safe & Vault Doors

Timeless Design

You will appreciate the simple, uncluttered lines of this door. The front of the door presents a clean, modern appearance and distinctive styling that will complement any type of interior design. It projects a feeling of elegance, from the polished stainless-steel finish to the striking black and stainless operating wheel.

The back of the vault door represents a unique approach to vault door design. A courtesy light, time lock, and emergency ventilator with pass-through are all conveniently located on the rear of the door. All exposed surfaces (including the jamb, hinges and locking bar) are satin finish stainless steel. A stainless-steel floor mounted door stop is standard.

Quality Construction

Only the highest quality materials and workmanship go into the 100 Series Vault Door. The 37" wide by 80" high clear vestibule opening allows easy access. The flat door sill allows easy movement in and out of the vault. The vestibule is fabricated from the same high security materials as the door, adding strength to the overall integrity of the vault.

Sleek and Secure Day Gate

The day gate is designed with a four-sided frame holding tinted, impact-resistant acrylic panels with hardware for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The frame of the day gate is mounted on the rear of the vestibule for 180-degree swing.

Personal Safety

One of the unique features of the 100 Series Vault Door is the emergency vault ventilator. It provides life-saving air should anyone be confined within the vault. The ventilator is an integral part of the door that maximizes usable interior wall space. The ventilator is illuminated and requires only a simple turn to activate and allow fresh air from outside the vault to enter. A passageway in the system permits articles to be passed to anyone inside the vault in case of a lock-in.


The 100 Series Vault Doors feature a full-length locking bar. The locking bar is secured in the unlocked position to prevent accidental lock-in of customers and/or employees. A special back-up system eliminates the possibility of the locking bar being thrown, Unless the door is closed. When the door is closed, the hinge-side fixed locking bar engages. Turning the operating wheel wedges the locking bar into the jamb of the vestibule, providing total "deadbolt" vertical locking action. A built-in door contact alarm device adds even greater security to your vault installation.

Controlled Convenience

The vault doors include dual four-tumbler combination locks for controlled access by one or more attendants.

Controlled Convenience

A three-movement, 144-hour manual time lock is standard equipment. The time lock is located at a comfortable reading height and allows the vault door operator to verify that the time lock is properly engaged before scattering the combination locks.