A Guide to Identifying Letterboxes

Posted by: Home Secure | Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Letterboxes are typically available in 2 standard widths – 10” and 12” and in either standard or slimline height, all of which are designed to accept A4 size letters. To suit a range of door thicknesses letter boxes are available in telescopic sizes – usually 20/40 and 40/80 – which fix together from either side of a door. Screw fixings are located on the internal half of the letterbox.

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Standard Letterbox

■ Extruded aluminium flap.

■ External and internal plastic frames.

■ External foam weather sealing & internal nylon brush sealing.

■ Torsion bars operate flaps.

 

PremierLetterbox

Premier Letterbox

■ Extruded aluminium flap.

■ External and internal plastic frames.

■ External foam weather sealing & internal nylon brush sealing.

■ Torsion bars operate flaps.

 

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■ 38mm – 50mm aperture height.

 

 

 

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Manufactured from aluminium, a letter box cowl locates around an existing letterbox on the internal side of a door to provide enhanced door security by limiting the opening angle of internal letterbox flap. This effectively reduces vulnerability to “letterbox fishing” whilst still accessibility for post.

 

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Letterbox Mail Bag

This Mail Bag is the ideal mail collection solution for those concerned with security. Once installed, the Mail Bag makes it impossible for burglars to “fish for keys” or manipulate locks via the letterplate. Furthermore, a fire proof retardant letterbox bag is also a great option when combating anti-social behaviour and arson attacks.