10 Best Practices of Implementing a Master Key System

There are many points to consider when selecting your next restricted master key system (system). On the surface, some appear to be quite straight forward, such as patent life or the number of possible keying combinations or even the system hierarchy. However, not all systems out there are created equal and many system capabilities may appear adequate today but will fall short as system expansion is required or when (not if!) someone loses a key.

This article whilst not entirely comprehensive will provide a simple check list of the main items to consider when selecting and implementing your next system. We have also drawn on over 100 years of collective security experience including leading forward-thinking Locksmiths across Australia who have installed some of the most complex systems across a vast array of markets including Government departments, Defence sites, Ports, Remote sites, Utilities, and many more. 

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