Vault Door - 80" x 35" Version
1/4" Door - 3/16" Frame - 12 Locking Bolts
PLEASE NOTE: Build time is an estimate. These are custom built safes and each one is different depending on size, color, lock type, interior options, etc. Some safes may take longer than the listed ship by date.
Quick Glance Details
- Door Steel Thickness: 1/4" Steel
- Frame Steel Thickness: 3/16" Steel
- Door Thickness: 4"
- 12 Live Locking Bolts (6 Left, 6 right)
- 30 Minute Standard Fire Rating (Upgrade-able to 60 Minutes)
- External Hinges or Internal Hinges
- Handle Style Options
- Lifetime Warranty
- Height: 80 Inches
- Width: 35 Inches
- Depth: 6 Inches
Backed by a company with over 37 years of experience in the safe industry, Edison Safes are all made right here in the United States by United States workers. We strive to give our customers an exceptional product that can be passed down for generations. Edison Safes knows that your valuables are important, and protecting your family is even more important, that is why we bring you vault doors that are able to withstand 30 minutes, or an extended 60 minutes of fire. As well as a standard 1/4" steel plate door.
We want you to have the exact door that you have always wanted at a price that makes sense. Our company also understands that not every safe works for everyone, that is why we have opened up our vault to be customized to your liking, whether it be paint options, handle options, and more. We want the price to be right for you.
If you are interested in options that aren't seen here, please give us a call at 1-855-248-6723! We more than likely can make that happen for you. This includes paint options, interior options, steel options, and more!
The Edison Vault Door Series features a standard recessed fire rating 1/4" steel plate door, and is wrapped with a solid 3/16" frame. With the cam drive door system, this vault door is smooth, and well built.
This Edison Vault door is available in many different paint colors, trim colors, and more. If there is an option that you do not see, and would like to add, please feel free to call us at 1-855-248-6723 to get the option that works best for you!
This is an overlooked feature by many vault door manufacturers. Here at Edison Safes we believe that much like a safe, a vault door should be fire rated to protect your valuables from the heat of a home fire. This door comes standard with a 30 Minutes fire rating, but is up-gradeable to a full 60 Minutes.
General Mounting Information
Rough Opening: Make your opening a minimum of 5/8" to 3/4" (total) extra room from side to side and 1/2" extra room from top to bottom. If you ordered a custom sized vault door we automatically reduce the vault to meet your rough opening dimension. We ask you to provided the rough opening dimensions upon ordering. When mounted, with the door open, you will need a minimum of 1/4-1/2" of clearance from the bottom of the door, to the floor to determine if you need to create more of a threshold.
Needed after purchase: For standard size vault doors, purchase 10 anchors that are 1/2" to 5/8" in diameter and 3-4" in length. Custom sized vaults will have a different amount depending on the size purchased.
General Mounting Information: The door is hung like a pre-hung door, with the exception that it's heavy and will shift around as easy.
Read the entire instructions before beginning. Being cautious and using good judgment. These instruction are an outline and installation of the vaults are recommended to be done by a professional. We will not be liable for death, injury, or damage to property.
Place the vault door into position. Be sure to have it laid down on some type of support so the dial and handle does not get damaged. Position it in the doorway the way you want it. Lift, open and stabilize the door. You will likely need a pry bar or 2x4 to pry the door up (and out) to a 90 degree angle. As the door swings open, lift and pull the door at the same time, stabilizing the frame.
Once open, the door will need support on the outside corner, to help hold it up and to move frame back into the marked position.
Place an anchor stud ONLY in the frames anchor holes near the top and bottom hinge. Now that the frame is secure on one side, there should be a gap on the other side. If the door doesn't match up, hammer the frame in or out, and then wedge it (with wedging blocks) into marked position. Open and close the door, and check the attitude of the door compared to it's steel frame. Carefully close the door. Once closed, determine which direction you should shim the frame (between cement and frame). If the door is fitting well into the frame, both center locking lugs should engage and disengage with perhaps a little bit of clearance. If these conditions are good, skip to the last instructions.
You should be reading this section because the frame may require adjustments with shims. Where you insert the shims will depend on what part of the frame is sticking out. For example, when you shut the door, and the door hits on the top first, and doesn't quite close on the bottom, you would loosen up the top anchor, and slide a 1/8" (or thicker/thinner) shim in between the frame and the wall, and place the shim about an inch away from the upper anchor bolt. Tighten the anchor back up and make sure the frame is fitting good. This may require more tapping with a big hammer and wedging into position. If you have an out-swing vault door, adjust the gap in between the frame and door, by removing the square tubing that is located about 4ft up, and in the way of the walk through area. If the door is rubbing on the bottom, loosen the bottom stud, and place a shim all the way across, just below the stud. When you tighten it up, it will drive the frame upward on the open side.
Now that the frame is fitting, fill the gap between the frame and cement wall, which should be about 5/8" to 3/4" with high PSI mortar. Let it cure, then remove the wedges, and fill in the wedge gaps with mortar. Test to see if the door open and closes properly. Finish installing the rest of the anchor studs at this point.
HINGE LOCATION - Standing on the outside, looking at the front of the door, the hinges are located on the left or right side of the door.
OPENING DIMENSIONS - The rough opening dimensions are listed. The frames are designed to slip into your door frame and be adjusted as needed. The usable opening, measured with the door fully open, is 3" narrower than the frame. If the door can only open 90 degrees, the usable opening is an additional 5" narrower.
WALL THICKNESS - There is no minimum or maximum wall thickness. The vault frame is 6"D standard.
DOOR FRAME - Made from 3/16" steel, standard bottom clearance is 1/4"-1/2"
THRESHOLD - Made from 3/16" steel
We strive to be the most honest safe manufacture in the industry. We tell you everything about our warranty up front. All of Edison Safes(C&H welding, Inc) have the same lifetime warranty. We offer an extended 10 year or lifetime warranty on a variety of locks (BigRed Mechanical, S&G Mechanical, LaGard Electronic, LaGard Redundant).
Edison Safe Warranty:
Edison Safes(C&H welding, Inc) warrants the Edison Safe to be free from defects in material and workmanship for the lifetime of the original purchaser from the date of delivery. Internal parts such as locks are subject to the warranties issued by the manufacturer of these units, see below. Paint carries a two year warranty from original purchase date.
Edison Safes(C&H welding, Inc) will repair or replace, at our option, free of charge any Edison safe broken into by forced entry during the warranty period. The safe must have been locked with the combination lock or digital lock, (not the day key only) and been securely bolted to the floor and/or wall. The damaged safe must be returned to the factory for evaluation (transportation charges prepaid by returning party) along with a report written by the investigating authorities. A new safe will be sent to the original owner of the damaged unit freight collect.
Edison Safes(C&H welding, Inc) will also repair, free of charge, any Edison safe damaged in a forced-entry burglary attempt, providing homeowners insurance will not cover the claim. The safe must be returned to the factory, by prepaid freight, for evaluation along with a report made by investigating authorities. The repaired or replacement safe will be returned to the owner freight collect.
This warranty does not apply to damage or loss resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, and improper installation or scratching of paint, normal wear and tear or negligence.
All unauthorized repairs or modifications performed (i.e.: lock installation, combination changes on combination locks, etc.) will void the warranty.
The responsibility of Edison Safes(C&H welding, Inc) under this warranty is limited to replacement or repair of defective parts at the Edison Safes(C&H welding, Inc) factory in Simi Valley, CA., or at a point designated by Edison Safes(C&H welding, Inc) with all transportation charges paid by the original purchaser.
The implied warranty of merchant ability with all other implied warranties on Edison Safes(C&H welding, Inc) are hereby excluded and disclaimed. As a result, there are no warranties extending beyond those expressively stated in this limited warranty.
Warranty registration must be received to Edison Safes(C&H welding, Inc) within three (3) months of the purchase date of the safe.