Physical Security Solutions for Financial Institutions
Vault Systems - Doors
The Round Vault Door by Vault Structures, Inc.
Vault Structures, Inc. has reintroduced the round vault door to the security marketplace. The round door was a symbol of security for decades and it has been redesigned with increased security, lower overall weight, a superior locking system, and a flat sill entry. Vault Structures, Inc. uses 8" of their Hercvlite high PSI concrete as the barrier system inside the door for intrusion protection. The door is securely locked with (24) 3" long highly polished piston driven locking bolts and multiple relockers. The central locking system is controlled by 2 mechanical combination locks and a three movement timelock. The locking system is protected by a glass barrier that breaks when attacked. Once broken multiple relocking devices are engaged to lock down the door. Separate attacks would have to mounted on the Hercvlite barrier material to eliminate the relockers.
Emergency ventilator with pass through
Emergency inside release to eliminate lock-ins
Flat door sill eliminating the need for ramps
Stainless steel, highly polished aluminum, black and gold finish
84" clear opening
Mechanical sliding daygate
Glass door back for a showpiece look
U.L. Class 111 Rating
Classic Equipment Services, Inc. is pleased to offer this true "classic" to the physical security market.
Thor III Vault Doors by Vault Structures, Inc.
The Thor III vault door is designed to meet Underwriters Laboratories requirements as outlined in Standard for Safety U.L. 608 and carry the U.L. label for the selected class. The standard door has a 12" vestibule and is available in Class 1, 2 or 3.
Three movement timelock with reset and release feature
Two mechanical group 1 combination locks
Emergency vault ventilator with pass through
Alarm door contact and heat sensor
Acrylic daygate with keylock outside and thumb latch inside
Non skid threshold
Emergency inside release to eliminate lock ins
Alarm wrap embedded in core of door-provides early warning of attempted break ins