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Choosing the right locking system

The term "locking system" signifies a number of locking cylinders combined using special techniques, the keys to which in addition to their locking function - bear a programmed order function.

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Systems of this kind are used in apartment blocks or on large housing estates. We distinguish between central locking systems, central locking systems with administrative master key; central locking systems with technical master key; and central locking systems with technical and administrative master key. Any desired number of cylinders locking in different ways with the corresponding keys which open a number of common rooms and entrances (central cylinder).
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A master key system comprises an unlimited number of cylinders locking in different ways, all of which are opened by a master key. Master key systems are used in private homes, stores, storerooms, garages, and cloakrooms in public buildings of all kinds such as schools, hospitals, theatres, lidos, sports facilities and records offices.

 
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These systems can be considered for premises such as administration and industrial buildings, hotels, hospitals, airports, universities, etc.
A general master key system is divided into separate main groups, groups and sub-groups, with corresponding central and individual locking to comply with an organization scheme prepared for a specific range of application (locking concept). The object of the system is to define the areas of responsibility clearly and unambiguously.
 

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