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Transaction Windows come in deep and shallow models.

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June 18, 2014 - Made of ½ in. tempered glass, encased in stainless steel frames, Business Transaction Windows give workers visibility and security while engaging with customers. Deep-drawer model is large enough to hold small packages, rolled coins, or files. Its movement is controlled by service worker, and can be locked closed for added safety. Shallow-tray model, equipped with narrow writing surfaces for signatures, enables small receipts, tickets, or pens to be passed from one person to another.

Terra Universal, Inc.

800 S. Raymond Ave., Fullerton, CA, 92831, USA

Original Press Release

Terra Universal Introduces Transaction Windows

Press release date: June 13, 2014

Fullerton, CA – New from Terra Universal, the leader in modular cleanroom designs, furnishings and equipment, are two styles of business Transaction Windows. Half-inch tempered glass gives workers visibility and security when engaging with customers.

A deep-drawer model is large enough to hold small packages, rolled coins or files; its movement is controlled by the service worker, and can be locked closed for added safety. A shallow-tray model lets small receipts, tickets or pens be passed from one person to the other, with narrow writing surfaces for required signatures. Stainless steel frames encase the windows.

As an option for clearer communication, a Terra Talk-Through can be installed in the glass. This is a secure mesh-covered opening that makes it easier to be heard. Applications for these windows include banking, ticket sales, gas stations, or night service window.

Terra Universal has over 35-years of experience manufacturing modular cleanrooms and other critical environment solutions. For more information about Transaction Windows, visit http://www.terrauniversal.com/cleanroom-passthroughs/transaction-window.php.

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