- Large safe for cash register trays, money, and valuables
- Helps reduce internal theft occurrences
- Strong and well-built structure
- Includes anchor holes and high-security lock
Large safe for cash tray, money, and valuables
Gardall DS3020 is an investment-worthy asset you can add to help you with your business operations. This safe has an external dimension of 30″H x 20″W x 20″D and an interior space of 1.26 cu. ft. (Top) and 2.37 cu. ft. (Bottom). It can accommodate cash register trays, cheques, extra money, and other valuables.
Helps reduce internal theft occurrences
How else can this safe be a valuable asset to your business? Gardall DS3020 allows you to have more control regarding who can access its contents while any staff can utilize its depository front load slot for quick deposits. It features an upper locked compartment to catch and secure all the cash, cheques, and envelopes. If you are running a business that involves cash transactions like retail shops or restaurants, you will find this very convenient. Additionally, you can assign the supervisor or the manager to have access and secure the cash-full register trays after a shift as you wait for the pick-up for bank deposits. With very few people having exposure to cash, there will also be lesser theft temptations, cash shortages, or shrinkages.
Strong and well-built structure
Gardall DS3020 bears a B-rating for burglary classification. This label means that its structure and built are strong enough to protect its contents even when physically attacked. It boasts an all-steel ¼”-thick body and ½”-thick recessed pry-resistant door.
Includes anchor holes and high-security lock
For additional security, you can utilize Gardall DS3020’s anchor holes during installation. In addition, bolting it down can make the safe more stable and immovable. It also comes with a high-security dial combination mechanical lock, an independent relocking device, three 1” round bolts, and a full-length deadbolt. These features assure individuals and business owners that no one can successfully break in or manipulate its locking mechanism, resulting in unauthorized access.