vault door

vault door

A factory-assembled door with a frame and hardware which are designed to protect a storage room against fire and/or burglars.
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The vault door always remains open, though I lost count of the number of times I heard someone joke that State government might function better if it were closed.
The way they got in using a disused lift shaft, bypassing the vault door and drilling through the wall of the vault.
The original vault door is signed by then FBI Director J.
I was concerned the hotel might be noisy at night given my balcony overlooked the square itself, but the patio doors are as thick as a Bank of England vault door. It's fabulous to sit out on the balcony and watch the world go by in the evening - and then shut the doors on everything but a slight hum from the outside.
"It's like a vault door for your online persona, your digital persona," Osterlund said.
She escorted me to the vault door, an impressively secure thing that made me think of thriller films, intelligence officers, and turning door handles that led to corridors of secret power.
SnapSafe can deliver a vault door to your house, allowing you to create a secure gunroom.
Jacob Church, 21, and Joe Tobin, 29, were at an art exhibition opening in an old bank building when a vault door <B was closed and left them trapped
* Is a secure vault door with a Class 125 (UL 72) fire rating and listing in place?
A few original details are still present, though--the gum wood paneling in the living room, now painted a deep dusty blue, and the old bank vault door in the basement--yes, it has a base-ment--which leads to a store room.
The game spins the dial on the vault lock to get the vault door to open.