A master key system allow the holder of the master key to access all doors in various locations throughout a building by using only one key. A system can be configured to allow for different level of access based on user groups and locations/rooms.
What are the benefits of master key systems?
Master key systems dispenses with the need of carrying large number of keys for different locations in a building. It gives you the convenience and control in managing your keys and minimise the risk of security breaches and unauthorised access. A key management system can be installed to track the circulation of keys based on user groups and access rights - Who has been issued with a key, when and where? The system is flexible and can be expanded to allow for future extension of a building provided adequate allowance is made during design stage.
What is the best way to maintain key control?
A master key or for that matter individual keys should be strictly controlled to prevent unauthorised key duplication. A key should only be duplicated if there is proper authorisation from the rightful owner and the keys are made available only by authorised agents who has contractual agreement with the manufacturers of the lock concerned. A patented key system offers protection against unauthorised key duplication by controlling the supply of key blanks. Only authorised agents can get the supply of key blanks from the manufacturers.
It is highly recommended that you should only use patented key system if you need high security protection against break in or burglary.
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