MASTER KEYED SYSTEMS
Master Key Systems offer control of movement of people within a building or a group of buildings; it effectively gives access to agreed areas for certain people and denies them access to others. Whereas the Master Key holder has access to all areas.
A popular example of this would be a hotel, all visitors would have a single key to give them access to the main front door and their individual rooms but no one else’s room, and the cleaning staff would have a Master Key that opens all the rooms, meaning they only carry one key and not a large bundle, reducing the risk of lost or misplaced keys etc.
A Simple Master Key System A keyed alike key system is one where all locks operate using the same key. A common example often requested is for the one key to access your households screen door, main door lockset, deadlocks and all other door locks in the house plus including the padlocks to the side gate and shed. Another common example is for all window locks to be operated with a single key irrespective of the style of window.