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15.07.2020, 08:56

Making Key Management Easy

Front-of-House/Security, EMEA, Supplier News
Codelocks has expanded its access control portfolio with the addition of a new range of key control cabinets.

 

Using a single or unique access code, Key Secure by Codelocks helps to manage keys and regulate access for authorised users, offering complete control.

 

Key Secure by Codelocks is a practical solution for building managers who oversee environments where multiple keys need to be organised and secured. From estate agents and car dealerships, to offices, hotels and education facilities, Key Secure is ideal for industries where the security of buildings, vehicles and equipment is high priority and access is required 24 hours a day.

 

Colin Campbell, Managing Director at Codelocks commented, “Following Key Secure’s successful launch in the US earlier this year, we are now pleased to be able to present this solution for our UK customers. We understand that keeping track of keys can be challenging yet is essential to the everyday running of wide range of businesses. With a variety of hooks and locking options to choose from, our Key Secure cabinets make key management easy”.

 

The rigid built cabinets feature a robust crisscross door and with mechanical or electronic digital coded locks, provide an effective secure storage for keys, fobs and padlocks. Key Secure’s Key Control range of cabinets feature a peg-in, peg-out control board allowing authorised key management.

 

Fully adjustable key hooks allow changes to the configuration of the cabinet to accommodate keys and padlocks of various sizes and the addition of extra hooks. The numbered and colour-coded adjustable hook bars prevent bunching and tangling of keys.

 

Key Secure cabinets are completely versatile and are available in a variety of sizes to suit all environments. There is a number of ranges with varying options to choose from; wall mounted, freestanding, light duty, heavy duty, clear fronted, self-closing slam shut and preferred locking device.

 

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