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Tech. info Anti-theft shelving Smoke shop

Blind Expò® - Technical information - Anti-theft Tobacconist shelving

Product conforms to European Certification.
(Patent number PC2006U000017 from 28/08/2006 registered on 12/07/2007, Italian Priority claim of 28/08/2006, number issued: 07 013667.6).

Invest in security

Our patented armoured display case Blind Expò which is produced and marketed by us, combines practicality and safety for the smooth operation of your business:
• Tobacco shops
• Optical stores
• Perfume shops
• Pharmacies
• Electronics and Telephone stores

Also available as an office model that provides maximum safety to all your sensitive documents without interfering with the usual operation of your office.
Special features:
Safety Specifications
•Thickness of armoured plate is 3 mm. (home armoured doors are usually only 1 or 2 mm thick)
•  3 to 6 security locks (depending on model, protected by drill-proof manganese plate)
• Single piece steel door hinges.
• Total weight of display unit and storage base is 300 to 500 kg (approximate weight, varies according to model)
• 6 fittings for bolting to wall and floor.

Practical features

• Display unit designed to accommodate cigarette pack dispensing device. Lateral exhibitor doors fold up to become a closed unit. Once closed, products are as safe as in a safety box

• Storage Base for keeping stock readily available for sale and restock (holds 200 up to 400 cartons of cigarettes in safety box).
• Drawer for Valuables. Handy for keeping cash, stamps, scratch-and-win tickets, calling cards, etc.
• Consists of a single body for fast inventory taking, can be closed quickly

Ideal for stores that offer different services under one roof, once your Blind Expò is locked it is safer than if it were in a single store.

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