Had bought the safe, but still be stolen? Because you don’t know this yet

It is not uncommon for fire-proof and anti-theft safes to be hacked, and the security issues have been unresolved. This raises concerns about whether the safe is really safe.

There are different opinions about safes as “unsafe” and safes are inferior to “safe deposit boxes”, highlighting the worrisomeness of safes.

If you have purchased a safe, remind you whether you mistake the safe for a fire-proof and anti-theft safe.

Although the safe deposit box and the safe are very similar in appearance, and both have a concealed lock and a code lock, there is a qualitative difference between the two. The material of the safe deposit box is generally 1.5~2mm steel plate or iron sheet, and its thickness is not more than 6mm. It can be easily drilled through with an impact drill, and the anti-theft performance is poor. The thickness of the steel plate of the safe is much larger than that of the safe deposit box. Generally, the thickness of the door panel is 8-10 mm, and the thickness of the cabinet body is more than 6 mm. The anti-theft performance is much higher than that of the safe deposit box.

In addition to the discovery of improper operating methods of the operating merchants, we should also fundamentally see that the anti-theft technology of the safe needs to be improved. The fire-proof and anti-theft safe refers to a cabinet equipped with mechanical and electronic locks (including password locks, IC card locks, etc.) against abnormal entry under specified conditions within a specified time. It is not difficult to see from the concept that to solve the problem of “the safe is pryed”, we need to focus on finding a breakthrough in safe anti-theft technology.

The safety performance of Dingfa safe products has been comprehensively improved, which technically provides effective protection for consumers’ property safety. If you have a need for fire and anti-theft safes, please feel free to consult.