Double ATM Kiosk Building

Model Number: 4020
Product Information Compability

ATM kiosks (also known as ATM buildings) are utilized to house?an ATM and protect it from the elements. A secure access door allows service personnel to enter into the kiosk during routine maintenance activities.

Features of this product include:

  • Configuration for two Walk-Up ATMs
  • Self-Contained HVAC system
  • Steel structure with aluminum interior / exterior panels
  • Insulated with fiberglass insulation
  • Patented linear track system for servicing rear load ATM
  • Painted to specific PMS colors with acrylic polyurethane (automotive finish)
  • Built to state specific modular codes with third party inspection where applicable
  • Canopy overview
    • All aluminum canopy construction
    • LED canopy down-lighting controlled by photocell or timeclock
    • Low-profile canopy option without branding
    • Internal drain exits thru back of enclosure

 

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