Rhino Metals SAFEX locking system
SAFEX is a locking mechanism developed by Rhino Metals. To understand what SAFEX® is, you first need to understand what makes SAFEX® different. For example traditional flat military-type and round locking bars rely solely on the integrity of the outer frame to secure the door. As you can see in the images below, when the body of the safe can be pried away from the door, standard bars and bolts are rendered useless.
SAFEX is a locking mechanism developed by Rhino Metals.
SAFEX® is the next generation of safe security systems. Designed with a revolutionary locking system that interlocks the safe door to the body without traditional bars or bolts. The resulting interlock system makes all the difference. More secure mechanisms have been in demand as more people are locking their valuables up, Rhino Metals engineered a solution: an innovative locking system that interlocks the safe door to the body without traditional bars or bolts. Most importantly the resulting interlock system makes all the difference in a pry attack.
Proof is in the Pudding
Watch and see for yourself: SAFEX locking system in action
Rhino Metal was founded in 2015 in the U.S. state of Idaho.
Rhino Metals Gun Safes is a veteran owned manufacturing company that was founded in 1995, currently producing safes in Caldwell, Idaho. Originally a small town metal shop, shortly they expanded into gun safes, home safes, and the rustic ironworks! The founder, Don Suggs, was a fighter pilot who also enjoyed metalworking.
In conclusion we’re excited to see what the future holds for SAFEX and Rhino Metals. With Rhino Metals patent on their locking mechanism, there’s a lot of potential here. We’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available! Come on by the shop to see the Rhino Metals new mechanism in action, we are currently displaying the Rhino RBX Line