Key issue systems, key deposits – keep keys in safe hands

Manage and issue secure keys under controlled conditions. Also for the risk-free maintenance of complex, large-scale machinery.

Overview

Key deposits allow locking groups to be divided within buildings and organisations, thereby increasing security. By depositing the personal key, a key assigned to another group can be collected at any time – the original key remains blocked until the other key is returned, at which time the original key can be released.

Kaba key deposits can be fitted with Kaba mechanical, elostar or elolegic cylinders.

Mechanical key tubes allow a key to be deposited safely for accessing buildings, whatever the organisation (fire service, power stations, etc.).

Features

Areas of applications for key deposits:

  • Hotels, to safeguard room keys
  • Separation of external and internal closures in large building complexes
  • Connection of different locking groups in buildings with different uses (e.g. for cleaning staff)

Areas of applications for key tubes:

  • Fire service
  • Power stations
  • Gas and water industries
  • Technical service organisations

Components

Mechanical and mechatronic key deposits

Key deposits for the controlled issue and return of important keys.

Secure retention of important keys on the premises – Kaba key deposits allow locking groups to be divided within buildings and organisations, thereby increasing security. By depositing the personal key, a key assigned to another group can be collected at any time – the original key remains blocked until the other key is returned, at which time the original key can be released.

Mechanical key tubes

Mechanical key tubes allow a key to be deposited securely in order to ensure access to buildings, whatever the organisation (fire service, power stations, etc.).

Safeguarding access in the event of interventions – using a key tube becomes all the more important in many applications where access to a certain room must be ensured at all times. For the relevant intervention and service organisations, they bring the benefit of covering a whole area with a single key.

Mechanical key tubes with return confirmation

Key tubes with return confirmation allow the usage of deposited keys to be controlled and ensure that they are returned in due form.

Usage control with return confirmation – key tubes with return confirmation ensure that the key required for each building access is available for the authorised organisations on site at all times. This also offers building owners the advantage of a controlled removal and usage of the key. The intervention key remains blocked until the owner of the confirmation key verifies the availability of the object key and has locked the tube again.

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