Mobile Lock & Security is more than capable of designing and implementing master key systems for our clients. A master key system will essentially allow you to open some or all of the doors or entry points in your facility using a single key. While a master key system may be convenient, they can also be dangerous in the wrong hands. In fact, weaker master key system keys can be duplicated using a few blank keys and a metal file.
Fortunately, we develop our master key systems using a proprietary, state-of-the-art “design wizard” software that cannot be breached. Essentially, Mobile Lock & Security devises master key systems using 3 established methods: namely, the copy, auto, and standard methods.
The copy method essentially consists of devising a new master key system by copying an existing one’s structure. The auto approach is streamlined in the sense that we merely need to input the amount of pin chambers found in the lock, the lock manufacturer’s selection, and the amount of master levels needed to create the master key system. The auto create function will handle the rest automatically. Concerning the standard method, Mobile Lock & Security will input every single feature and detail required to create a new master key system. Moreover, we can also activate a random generator which allows us to access several different random options by employing the parameter settings. The standard method is more complicated but also more secure, which is why it is used most often.
In addition, Mobile Lock & Security provides a free consultation with our clients before we install our maser key systems. We also provide a guarantee on all parts and labor with every master key system we implement for full peace of mind. Moreover, we have provided master key systems for a diverse set of clients, including Apartments, residences, and corporations.
Furthermore, we store all the data we use to create your unique master key system to form a profile. This allows us to expand or modify your master key system if you need to in the future (i.e., denying, granting access to certain employees who have been fired or promoted).