High Security Master Key Systems
There are three primary reasons why having a reliable and high-security master key system is important:
Convenience: With a high-security master key system, you can use one key to access multiple locks, rather than having to carry around a separate key for each lock.
Security: A high-security master key system allows you to control access to different areas within a building or complex.
Efficiency: A high-security master key system can save time and improve efficiency by reducing the need to constantly unlock and lock different doors.
We offer the industry's most innovative and secure master key systems that are scalable to fit any sized business, building, or institution. See below some of the newest and most innovative products and technologies we offer in relation to master key systems.
Abloy High-Security Locks and PROTEC² CLIQ Electronic Master Key Systems
The PROTEC² CLIQ Master Key System combines the security of mechanical locks with the convenience and control of an electronic system. The system allows for the central management of access rights and the ability to change them quickly and easily. Additionally, it provides audit trails and event logs to track who has entered a building and when.
Abloy High-Security Locks -PROTEC 2 Mechanical
Abloy PROTEC² offers several unsurpassed and superior security features and benefits.
Virtually pick proof design
Extensive master key capabilities
AWS™ Anti Wear System
DBS™ Disc Blocking System
Rear Loaded Cylinder
Upgradeable to ABLOY® PROTEC2 CLIQ
ILOQ High-Security Wireless Locks and Digital Master Key Systems
ILOQ's digital master key system is a cloud-based solution that allows administrators to manage access rights and monitor activity in real time. With this system, access rights can be changed quickly and easily, and audit trails and event logs provide a complete history of who has entered a building and when.
Traka High-Security Key Management Systems
Traka key management systems are designed to securely store and manage large numbers of keys, reducing the risk of lost or stolen keys. The systems use electronic key cabinets with individual lockable compartments for each key, and the access to these compartments is controlled by an electronic system, which can be integrated with other security systems, such as access control and CCTV. These key management systems can be configured to meet specific needs, with options for online real-time reporting, automatic key issue and return, and integration with mobile devices. The systems also provide an audit trail of who has accessed which keys and when, helping to ensure that key usage is compliant with relevant regulations and policies.