Our UL and UL-TL Rated safes have undergone stringent testing by third-party experts to ensure our safes can successfully withstand prying, drilling, punching, and other tampering methods.

Our certified products have:

  • Proven to withstand extreme heat, at levels higher
  • Passed rigorous testing of their hinges and thick walls
  • Proven that our locks are tamper-proof
  • Demonstrated to withstand water leaks at the seams during flooding

The INKAS® Safes team of talented professionals have accumulated decades of security experience to skillfully design and manufacture the finest safes in the market. Taking advantage of their expertise, INKAS® Safes is able to offer a wide variety of superior safes.


Unlike safes from big box stores, INKAS® Safes keep your valuables in place and offer true protection from theft, fire, and flood. They are engineered for security and rigorously tested to ensure they can’t be pried, unscrewed, drilled or cut open. Our smart locking systems ensure that the lock can’t be manipulated or tricked in order to prevent tampering. Additionally, INKAS® Safes are so heavy that they cannot be carried out of your building. Once installed, INKAS® Safes cannot be broken into or removed from your premises – ensuring the highest level of security for your irreplaceable valuables.


Not all safes are made equally. Typical store-bought safes give you a false sense of security, and do not provide an adequate level of protection. INKAS® Safes offers the standard in protection to outlast disaster and secure your valuables in any circumstance. INKAS® Safes stands behind our products to guarantee protection, and our safes are covered by our workmanship warranty.


Are INKAS® Safes certified, if so, how can I check?

All INKAS® Safes carry a UL-certification. The certification number can be found on the certificate that arrives with the safe.

What are the the different types of safes?

There are various types of safes, depending on their use and end goal. There are safes for home, office or commercial use. Based on your needs, safes come in different sizes, material thickness, finishes, technical specifications, and more. To learn more about different types of safes, check the INKAS® Safes product pages or speak with one of our sales representatives.

Should I get a Combination Dial or an Electronic Lock?

Both of the locks are equally secure. The choice is up to you as there are pros and cons for both options. The manual combination lock is typically less expensive, never needs to be replaced, is silent, but has an unlimited number of attempts so you will not be locked out if you forget the combination. However, it takes more time to open, especially when there is poor lighting and it may be hard to read the mark. You would have to remember the pattern and direction of the combination.

With electronic locks, the procedure of opening the safe is much easier, as you simply press the sequence combination. In the end, you just have to close the door and the safe will lock automatically. Many electronic locks have lock-out features when the combination is entered incorrectly several times which can be beneficial depending on your specific case. Also, you will have to replace the battery of the digital lock from time to time and occasionally change the combinations as the buttons of the keypad wear out over time.