Mesa safes keep your profits from going up in smoke
Mesa Safe Company has always offered a great way to keep the fruits of your labor safe from man, but their new MF series combines that protection with a fireproof safe. That’s an important extra layer for restaurants and places with busy kitchens, where the unthinkable sometimes happens.
UL Classified fireproof safes offer piece of mind
All seven units in the MF series come with an electronic keypad that makes them easy for you to use, but hard for a crook to crack. These safes also offer security that is UL classified, meaning the independent safety science company has recognized the fire protection they provide. Their all-steel construction allows them to withstand temperatures up to 1,825 degrees Fahrenheit for one hour. they’re also built to withstand a two-story fall, so they offer the same strong safety even if the only place you’ve got to put one is upstairs.
That means protection for a host of things you don’t want lost through theft or fire. These Mesa safes are available in sizes that can accommodate everything from night deposits and important documents to laptops. They also come with pre-drill anchor holes that make installation a breeze.
Design that boosts safety
Beyond the benefits of their solid body construction, these fireproof safes also bring the benefits of Mesa’s decades of finding the best ways to protect your investments to your business.
The lock is controlled by a large, illuminated LED display that offers easy programming or access. Mesa’s fireproof safes offer an external battery pack in case the internal power should fail and come with a key lock that allows you to secure the handle, making entry impossible. The system can store two distinct codes, which can be established using the manager function that allows the addition or removal of an additional user.
The keypad also provides its own level of security with a lockout penalty aimed at keeping unauthorized people out. It activates if combinations are entered incorrectly, making it impossible to open the safe for a brief period. That time delay is intended to frustrate would-be burglaries, who don’t want to risk extra time waiting for the penalty to be released.