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7 Ways Modular Vaults Beat Cast-in-Place

When constructing a vault for a bank, jeweler, sensitive records storage, or high-value inventory, there are two fundamental approaches: modular or cast-in-place.

Traditional vault design relies on cast-in-place methods, where ready-mixed concrete is transported in trucks and poured into forms that have been constructed on the job site.

Modular vaults are built with precast concrete panels, relying on lightweight, transportable pieces specially designed for secure, vault applications. Which is better? At International Vault, we know of 7 Ways Modular Vaults Beat Cast-in-Place.

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Safe vs. Vault | Vaults in the Medical Marijuana Industry

When you want to keep something valuable out of the hands of thieves, the words “safe” and “vault” come to mind. You may even use these words interchangeably. After all, most people don’t really understand the difference. Do you?

A vault is not only larger than a safe, but is most often a room-sized space or larger, where the walls, ceiling, and floor have been specially constructed and reinforced against intrusion. This room, the actual vault, is then equipped with a special vault door appropriate for the type of vault in place.

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