dVault’s Deposit Vault Extra large package deposit box safely stores 2+ weeks of mail and packages. Pry-resistant access door that protect incoming mail and packages.
Residential: This locking vault is a great option for a secondary mailbox to accept large packages and store them during an extended vacation. With no area for outgoing mail or postal flag, this unit is ideal or package deliveries home. If you need an incoming / outgoing mail slot in addition to large packages, see our full service vault.
Commercial: The Deposit Vault is a secure drop box for large parcels that can be installed as a freestanding unit, within a column, or on a pedestal. It is a great solution for offices that need to receive large or small sized packages that normally would require a trip to the post office. Keep your businesses packages and mail safe with a dVault 16 gauge steel package mailbox.
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- Made of 16 gauge galvanized steel.
- Rear locking access door standard; front access door also available.
- Secure posi lock on rear access door resists pry attacks.
- Commercial grade powder coat finish resists rust.
- Security Drop Door—US Patent 6,347,737.
- Stainless steel hinges.
- Electrical knock outs for underground feeds.
Five Available Colors:
Choose from black, white, gray, sand and copper vein.
- Pedestal/post mount, column mount or free standing; mounting pedestal sold separately.
- Pedestal designed for the Deposit Vault—DVCS0030P (10” high pedestal).
- Rear, key-locked access door standard; front access door also available.
- Dimensions—19” W x 40” H x 19” D
- Weight—86.5 Lbs.
- Capacity—Extra Large
- Maximum Package Size Dimensions: 16.9″ W x 9.25″ H x 12″ D
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do you have a catalog?dVault has made the environmentally responsible decision not to print paper catalogs. Instead, the company provides detailed product information on dvault.com. This decision helps the environment and reduces costs to all.
How are units shipped?Smaller locking mailboxes (Mail Protector Vault, Weekend Away Vault, Parcel Protector Vault, Package Drop Vault and Package Drop Vault Plus) ship via Fed Ex Ground. Larger units (Package Service Delivery Vault, Secure Collection Unit, Full Service Curbside Delivery Vault) ship on small pallets via Fed Ex Freight.
When are units shipped?Most locking mailboxes are shipped within two business days of order receipt.
Advice on finding someone to install a dVault product:Ask your contractor or handyman. Installation services are also available at The Home Depot or Lowe’s.
Are replacement parts available?Yes. All dVault units feature replacement parts. Please contact dVault Customer Service.
Will Fed Ex and UPS deliver to dVault mailboxes?Yes. Simply show the delivery agent where the unit is located and provide written authorization for delivery agent to place packages in dVault unstamped locking mailboxes. Can I cover dVault mailboxes with regular brick, stucco or other materials? Yes, however you must properly prepare all surfaces. Thin brick, stone and other materials may be used allowing your dVault unit to blend into architectural and landscaping themes. Ask your home improvement contractor for specific recommendations. Importantly, do NOT cover the secure-Drop Door with any materials. Doing so will undermine the operation and sealing of the door.
Are extra totes available for the Secure Collection Unit (Model DVCS0023)?Yes. Extra totes are available for purchase. Contact a dVault reseller for pricing.
DEPOSIT VAULT DVCS0020 INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
Tools and/or Materials Required for recommended Installation:
- (4) 3/8" wedge style concrete anchors and compatible wrench/socket for tightening
- Hammer drill with 3/8" bit
- 20" x 20" minimum cured concrete mounting surface
- Other tools/materials may also be necessary depending upon actual installation.
- If you are pouring new concrete, follow the concrete manufacturer’s recommendations for pouring a concrete pad. dVault recommends a thickness of 4"-6" to ensure proper anchor function. Allow concrete to fully cure before proceeding.
- Place the dVault unit in the desired position on your concrete pad. Open the bottom access door and remove the false bottom panel. Mark the locations of the mounting holes on the bottom of the dVault unit into the concrete pad.
- Using a hammer drill, drill the mounting holes in the concrete pad. Follow the anchor manufacturer’s recommendations for depth.
- Place the dVault unit over the drilled mounting holes and ensure that all holes line up. Install the wedge anchors and secure.
- If veneering the unit with brick, stone or other decorative materials, properly prepare all contact surfaces and use manufacturer recommended adhesives. Surface preparation may include lightly sanding contact surfaces only until the shine has become dull or prepare a scratch-coat (contact your materials supplier for proper surface preparation). Do not veneer security-drop/access door(s) or alter the weight of the door mechanism in any way. Doing so will cause the door mechanisms to malfunction.