- In-floor safe with a large compartment
- Storage for items you don’t need every day
- High-strength construction, resistant to physical attacks
- Electronic or mechanical lock options
In-floor safe with a large compartment
Second, to the largest model in AMSEC’s Brute Series, B3800 has external dimensions of 12.75″(h) x 19″(w) x 221.50″(d). Install this into a concrete foundation in your office or home. After installation, cover it with furniture, carpet, or rug, and visitors will not be able to see that you have secret storage inside. It includes n oversized floor plate and 3/8″ diameter steel hinge pins, making it secure and can last for long-term usage. Work with a professional, safe installer so that you will be able to determine the best place to put it can also fulfill your storage needs. It has an internal dimension of 11.88″(h) x 18.63″(w) x 18.25″(d) with a storage space of 3,864 cubic inches (2.2 cu. ft.). This safe also features a carpeted floor, so your items are protected from scratch.
Storage for items you don’t need every day
It is not advisable to put items in an in-floor safe like B3800 unless you can always kneel and bend whenever you open it. However, you can put many bulky items here with an internal depth of 18″ long. If you also plan to put papers inside or anything prone to water damage, you must secure them first inside a zip-lock bag. This vault is not waterproof, and when you install this into a concrete floor, it can develop moisture after some time.
High-strength construction, resistant to physical attacks
This sturdy, safe bears a B-rating for burglary and features A36 solid steel construction. The full-size door to the body uses a ¾” steel plate, making it pry-resistant. Its door jamb has built-in devices providing maximum protection against sledgehammer attacks and other forms of physical abuse. It also includes a flush cover plate to perfectly secure it under a carpet.
Electronic or mechanical lock options
AMSEC 3800 provides you with choices with different types of reliable locks. You can choose among three electronic locks (ESL 10XL, ESL 20XL, ESL5) and a mechanical lock. The electronic locks are designed for ease of use and if you require multiple users. These locks are also vulnerable to water damage, so you need to find a secure place for the safe’s location. On the other hand, the mechanical lock comes with a spin dial and needs concentration and good light so you can successfully dial in the combinations. Choose whatever suits your preference and business needs. All types have carburized hard plate protection for increased security.