Master Key Systems
By definition, master keying is defined as the process of two or more different keys operating a lock or a group of locks. It doesn’t matter if it is a large or small system. If, for example, an office building has several office door locks where each one is operated on a different key, a building master key can operate all of these locks.
Let Jeff’s Lock and Key design your master key system for your company. Jeff has designed many master key systems for corporations and institutions, and has taught master keying at Pacoima Skill Center for Los Angeles Unified School District in Pacoima California.
The Convenience of Master Keys
A master key system adds convenience to a building with many suites, hotels, schools, universities, warehouses, airports, and hospitals. The convenience of a master key system is necessary for janitorial services, management, maintenance, and of course emergencies. In these cases, only one or two keys can be used instead of a large key ring consisting of every key in a building.
The Master key System's Security Potential
With some master key systems, sub-master keys can be made to open individual departments within a corporation. This further adds more convenience to a master key system. For additional security, locks and keys can be generated on a restricted keyway. This type of system will prevent employees from having keys duplicated.
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