Steel Thickness

Your choice of steel thickness range from 1/4” – 1” with a variety of Frame options

Prevents Theft

Vault doors are theft deterrents and can  protect your family as a panic room entrance

Fire Rated

Kaynine vault doors can stand up to intense heat and direct flame impingement


Why Choose A Vault Door

Transform any room into a safe room with our easy-to-install, customizable vault doors. Choose from standard or high-end finishes to match any decor. Our Patent-pending Panic Room Slider overrides locking mechanisms for added security. Perfect for both residential and commercial sites, new and existing construction. Protect your valuables and your loved ones with our vault doors.

Vault Door Features

Our doors feature an interior release to prevent you from being locked inside and a patent-pending panic room slider, unlike anything on the market. It is designed to prevent someone from entering the room even if they have the exterior code!

  • Steel Thickness

    Choose 1/4", 3/8",  1/2", or 1" thick steel and options for AR500 Metal & Bulletproof glass

  • Frame Options

    Inside or outside the door, C-Channel with rebar or alone, hidden door frame with mirror or cabinet attachment

  • Fire Rating

    45-minutes to 90-minutes depending on steel thickness

  • Customizable

    Customize everything from the size, frame & lock/handle options, to the paint color, and finish.

  • Hand-Crafted Bolts

    Vault doors come with 12 ACTIVE 1" thick stainless-steel bolts, machined in-house!

  • Relocking System

    If the interior lock is destroyed, the re-locker engages, and the door requires a locksmith (and detailed instructions) to open

Vault Doors

The following vault doors are available by Kaynine Safe Co.

All our vault doors are manufactured in Fresno, CA, USA

Available Options


Steel thickness is an important consideration when choosing a safe because it affects fire & theft protection and the weight of the safe.
Kaynine Safes are built with a standard steel thickness of a quarter inch (1/4") and we offer options up to one inch (1") thick. Note: thick, robust steel is not commonly used by many safe manufacturers, as it can increase the weight of the safe, which affects production costs and shipping.

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