Contacta to display security products trusted by high street banks at Security Event 2023


Security solutions trusted by high street banks will be on display on Contacta’s stand at The Security Event, which takes place between April 25-27 at the NEC in Birmingham.

The Kent company’s debut at the show will give delegates the opportunity to see its range of products for the secure transfer and storage of cash and documents. Contacta’s cash trays are a feature of many banking windows, with bespoke solutions available.

“We have a standard model as part of our range but we are always happy to adapt that design to meet a customer’s needs,” said Contacta’s Technical Sales Manager, Dean Corrigan.

“A recent request was for a much deeper tray to ensure coin bags could be passed through, with a narrower standard depth tray alongside it.

“A window intercom system is integrated into all of our designs so that there is clear communication through secure windows, and we include a hearing loop, creating accessibility for customers with hearing loss.”

Clear communication is also a feature of Contacta’s secure visual panel. With a built-in electronic speech system and call button, the unit has a system for the transfer of small items and is fitted with a privacy screen to prevents secure areas being seen.

This is a perfect accompaniment to the company’s through-the-wall unit. This steel unit is for the transfer of bulk cash or packages between a non-secure and secure area.

It features Interlocking doors, a sliding shelf that allows the user to access the contents from both sides and withstands ballistic attack in accordance with EN 1522/1523 FB4 & FS.

Visitors to stand 4/D90 will also be able to see pedestal units, solutions for cash handling and Contacta’s window intercom systems which offer vandal-proof communication enhancement for secure windows.

“Our products are created to be high quality and simple to use,” added Corrigan. “We offer solutions that perform and meet the visual design needs of our customers.”


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