Our security guards are designed to prevent theft and vandalism in coin operated machines. There are 2 options; the coin box guard and the full body armor. While both provide added security, nothing is vandal or theft proof.
COIN BOX GUARDS
QUALITY PROTECTION ON A BUDGET!
Coin box guards are intended to protect the coin box from vandals. While not as secure as the full body armor, these guards are a quick (and inexpensive) way to deter theft and prevent money box tampering.
Some machines come with the hole already drilled in the meter case. Other machines may have a spot “pre-tapped” where the hole can be drilled.
** Be sure to measure the inside height and width of the coin vault area. (Not the height/width of the coin box.) Below is a list of the Coin Box Guards that we offer, along with the measurements and part numbers.
FULL BODY ARMOR
THE BEST SECURITY OPTION FOR YOUR MACHINES!
The full body armor is the best solution against vandals. With the coin box out of sight and protected, the machine gives the visual that there is no monetary benefit to damaging the machine.
While most criminals attempt to damage the coin box, many have chosen to damage the service panel in an attempt to control usage of the machine. The full body armor covers both the money box and the service door.
** Nothing is impenetrable, but this option gives your machine the maximum protection available!
** EASY INSTALLATION
** COVERS COIN BOX AND SERVICE DOOR TO STOP TAMPERING
REMOVE SERVICE DOOR AND INSERT LOCK PLATE
SLIDE GUARD OVER METER CASE
ONCE SEATED PROPERLY, INSERT LOCK AND THREAD INTO LOCK PLATE
DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN!
REMOVE KEY AND GUARD IS SECURE
FULL BODY ARMOR
LOCK DOWN BRACKET/PLATE
TRIGARD LOCK WITH EXTENSION
BEFORE YOU CALL TO ORDER
PLEASE LOOK BELOW FOR THE INFORMATION WE WILL NEED TO ENSURE THAT YOU RECEIVE THE CORRECT PARTS FOR YOUR MACHINE. WE CANNOT GO BY THE MODEL NUMBER.
GE (GENERAL ELECTRIC)
* IS THE SERVICE PANEL ON THE TOP OR ON THE SIDE OF THE METER CASE?
* IF THE SERVICE PANEL IS ON THE SIDE:
DOES THE BACK OF THE METER CASE SLOPE? (SEE LEFT)
* WHEN FACING THE MACHINE, IS THE METER CASE ON THE LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE OF THE MACHINE?
* MEASURE FROM THE MIDDLE OF THE SERVICE DOOR LOCK TO THE BACK OF THE METER CASE (EITHER 3 1/8” OR 2”)
SPEED QUEEN / HUEBSCH
* MEASURE THE HEIGHT OF THE COIN BOX FACE (EITHER 2 ½” OR 3 ½” TALL)
* MEASURE THE HEIGHT OF THE METER CASE (EITHER 7” OR 8” TALL)
* MEASURE THE SERVICE DOOR WIDTH AND LENGTH (EITHER 3 7/8” X 6” or 3 ½” X 6 1/8”)
* WHEN LOOKING AT THE MACHINE, IS THE METER CASE ON THE LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE OF THE MACHINE?
* NEWER WHIRLPOOL MACHINES WITH THE METER CASE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE MACHINE HAVE A DIFFERENT “SLOPE” WHERE THE METER CASE MEETS THE CONTROL PANEL
ON THESE MACHINES, THE CONTROL PANEL COMES 1 ½” TOWARDS THE FRONT OF THE MACHINE BEFORE IT SLOPES DOWN.
ON THESE MACHINES, THE CONTROL PANEL COMES 4” TOWARDS THE FRONT OF THE MACHINE BEFORE IT SLOPES DOWN.