The letterbox stainless steel B1 Shield is the design highlight in our B1 collection.
This letterbox is a real eye-catcher on both old and new buildings.
The front panel is made of high-quality 2mm stainless steel and was powder-coated by us in RAL7016 anthracite.
The narrow horizontal strip is also made of 2mm stainless steel and has a horizontal cut.
There you will receive both your desired name description and your house number.
Most modern laser marking
The inscriptions are engraved into the stainless steel sheet using the latest laser technology.
Here the laser penetrates deep into the metal structure and only produces the actual marking there.
The result is clean and, above all, name lettering protected against all external influences.
Already during the order you have the possibility to inform us of your inscriptions.
The body is made of 1.25mm stainless steel and offers a nice contrast to the anthracite-coloured front panel.
Alternatively, you can also choose an anthracite-coloured body in RAL7016.
The letter is inserted on the top of the letterbox. The large flap is designed in such a way that no water can enter the interior even in heavy rain.
Depending on which side you choose, the lock for unlocking the front door is located on the right or left side.
After unlocking, the entire front door including the front panel can be swivelled to the left or right and enables the letterbox to be emptied easily and without any problems. An inner frame prevents the mail from falling out while the door is being opened.
Cleaning the letterbox stainless steel B1 Shield
To guarantee the high quality and durability of the entire letterbox system, regular cleaning and maintenance is very important.
In the scope of delivery you will receive a can of cleaning agent with which you have to clean the system every 4-6 weeks.
Care is particularly important in the winter months or when you live directly by a body of water.
Body: 320x385x100mm (WxHxD)
Letter slot: 305x35mm (LxW)
Front panel: 400x450x2mm (WxHxD)
You would like to mount this system freestanding on two posts? Have a look here
Or with newspaper compartment? Have a look here