Restricted / Master Key Systems

A master key system consists of different locks which each have a different key and also a master key that can open any of the locks. A “Restricted” master key system means that any key in that system cannot be duplicated with written authorisation.

Convenience & peace of mind

Provides peace of mind for residents & management of a building, knowing that restricted areas are secure and also that master keys can access those areas in emergencies. A reduced number of keys makes it more convenient and cheaper to manage keys for a lot of areas / locks.

Increased security

You can manage who has access and increase the security of restricted areas and with less keys needed then they are easier to manage and less than can be lost or stolen.

Higher level of control

You can manage who has access of certain areas.

Where master key systems are useful :-

  • Landlords and multi-occupational houses
  • Education Sector
  • Businesses with internal or multiple offices
  • Care Homes
  • Cleaning Services
  • Councils