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Figure 10.5 The 204 Institutional Hinges have a nonremovable hinge pin. (Southern Steel)
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204 institutional hinges, 41 2 inches. Available in full mortise and half mortise
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configurations, 204 hinges can be used on swinging hollow metal or wood doors (Fig. 10.5). The hinge leaves are made of die-cast brass to provide maximum strength and durability. Each hinge features a 5 8-inch-diameter stainless steel, nonremovable pin, plus two sets of hardened steel ball bearings and races. Each unit weighs 1.6 pounds and comes with 1 4-20 brass, flat-head safety screws.
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204E electric power transfer hinge. Designed to supply power from door frames to electric locks on hollow metal doors, the 204E power transfer hinge contains five completely concealed and tamper-resistant Teflon-coated conductors. It s available only in full mortise configuration to be used with 204FM institutional hinges. The unit has a 1 amp capacity, 40 volts maximum. It measures 41 2 41 2 3 16 inches and weighs 1.6 pounds. Its hinge leaves are made of die-cast brass. The hinge pin is stainless steel and has a 5 8-inch diameter.
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Virtually every consumer and business has documents, keepsakes, collections, or other valuables that need protection from fire or theft. But most people don t know how to choose a device that meets their protection needs, and they won t get much help from salespeople at department stores or home improvement centers. By knowing the strengths and weaknesses of various types of safes, you will have a competitive edge over such stores. No one is in a better position than a knowledgeable locksmith to make money selling safes. Little initial stock is needed, they require little floor space, and safes allow for healthy price markups. This chapter provides the information you need to begin selling safes to businesses and homeowners. Types of Safes There are two basic types of safe: fire (or record) and burglary (or money). Fire safes are designed primarily to safeguard their contents from fire, and burglary safes are designed primarily to safeguard their contents from burglary (Fig. 11.1). Few low-cost models offer strong protection against both potential hazards. That s because the type of construction that makes a safe fire-resistant thin metal walls with insulating material sandwiched in between makes a safe vulnerable to forcible attacks. The construction that offers strong resistance to attacks thick steel walls causes the safe s interior to heat up quickly during a fire. Most fire/burglary safes are basically two safes combined, usually a burglary safe inside a fire safe. Such safes can be very expensive. If a customer needs a lot of fire and burglary protection, you might suggest that he or she just buy two safes. To decide which type of safe to recommend, you need to know what your customer plans to store in it.
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Figure 11.1 A UL-listed fire safe or chest is constructed so that its interior stays below a certain temperature during a fire. Nonrated containers might provide no more fire protection than a metal box offers. (Sentry Group)
Safe Styles Fire and burglary safes come in three basic styles, based on where the safe is designed to be installed. The styles are wall, floor, and in-floor. Wall safes are easy to install in homes and provide convenient storage space (Fig. 11.2). Such safes generally provide little burglary protection when installed in a drywall cutout in a home. Regardless of how strong the safe is, a burglar can simply yank it from the wall and carry it out. To provide good security, a wall safe needs not only a thick steel door, but to be installed with concrete in a concrete or block wall. Floor safes are designed to sit on top of a floor. Burglary models should either be over 750 pounds or bolted in place. Figure 11.3 shows a popular floor safe. One way to secure a floor safe is to place it in a corner and bolt it to two walls and to the floor. (If you sell a large wall safe, make sure your customer knows that the wheels should be removed from the safe.) In-floor safes are installed below the surface of a floor (Fig. 11.4). Although they don t meet construction guidelines to earn a UL fire rating, properly installed in-floor safes offer a lot of protection against fire and burglary. Because fire rises, a safe below a basement floor won t quickly get hot inside. For maximum burglary protection, the safe should be installed in a concrete basement floor, preferably near a corner. That placement makes it uncomfortable for a burglar to attack the safe.
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