Access Control Restricting access at specific entry points to
High Security Locks
High security locks incorporate a unique, patented technology to
virtually eliminate the risk of entry by picking, drilling, or
otherwise manipulating the lock. Additionally, the keys can only be
duplicated by authorized dealers and only with the proper
Master Key Systems Not to be confused with keying alike, master keying is a matter of making two or more different keys
operate one lock and is done according to a structured hierarchy.
For example, as an employer you want access control to an office
building with ten rooms, one of which is your office and another
your personal storage room. Your employees may not access these
two rooms but the cleaning staff must have access to the office.
To allow yourself access to all rooms you would carry the master
key, your employees would have a change key that allows them access
to the other offices and the cleaning staff would utilize another
change key that gives them access to all rooms but your personal
If you feel that you and your staff could benefit from your entire
complex being secured with one key, then you should consider a master
Panic Exit Devices Panic Exit Device is a bar that spans an emergency exit door on its interior and opens the latch when pressure is applied.
Many countries' building code require them on all fire and emergency exits.
They are so named because they can be operated by someone "crashing"
into them; the alternate term "panic bar" implies a similar meaning.
Re-Key Locks If you just moved into your home and did not change your locks, you have no way of knowing who has a copy of your keys.
Change Combination Change Combination on Push Button Locks.
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