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  • Safe Glossary

    Posted on March 23rd, 2016 0 Comments

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    The majority of people’s conception of security extends to only door and window locks, but it’s a fact that protecting your valuables inside interior safes add an essential additional level of protection. For the peace of mind knowing that your valuables are being adequately protected, there’s no better bet than a safe. Whether you need to protect heirlooms, jewelry, or documents like birth certificates or business records, security safes will protect your assets like no other hardware can. There’s a number of different categories of safes; in this blog post I’ll detail the various types, and what they’re best for.

     

    Fire Resistant

    These safes protect their inner contents from high temperatures, and are given ratings according to the amount of time that they can survive fire temperatures while not letting the internal temperature rise above a certain amount. These safes range in fire safety duration from a half hour to four hours – safes installed within concrete floors are the safest, however since these safes are not watertight, they may fill with water from hoses or sprinklers in case there’s a fire. To be safe, place all items within fire resistant safes inside plastic bags.

     

    Diversion Safes

    This ultra basic safe is hidden within a normal household object like a book, a can, or even a wall outlet. These safes are meant to blend in among the rest of household items, and should be left among real versions of their corresponding objects.

     

    Jewelry Safes

    These – usually small – safes are specifically meant to store the eponymous jewelry or other small valuables – they are both burglary and fire proof, and usually have well appointed interiors made with fine wood or fabric – and sometimes with internal drawers or cabinets.

     

    Environmentally Resistant

    These safes are made to be waterproof – they can withstand extended underwater submersion for extended amounts of time.

     

    Burglar Resistant

    These safes are rated based on their ability to withstand the typical variety of tools that burglars use during break ins – they are rated based on the amount of time that they can withstand aggressive attack. These safes, while structurally resistant to forced entry, are not primed for water or fire resistance.

     

    Smart Safes

    These safes are designed to automatically give out or validate cash – think ATM machines or change makers. All customers or civilians can use them at their convenience – making things much smoother and cost effective for banking or business operations, and creating a controlled and surveilled transaction area.

     

    Fire Resistant Record Protectors

    This equipment has large insulated areas (containers, doors, drawers, or doors) that can house individually fire/environment/burglar rated containers with room for storing important records. The design of the compartments are organized based on class ratings for impact/attack resistance and safe fall tests.

     

    Room Sized Fireproof Vault

    This special equipment is meant to contain larger materials susceptible to heat ro fire, and can be a somewhat more practical choice over multiple fire rated safes, especially if you’re storing a large amount of items. These vaults are usually employed by larger business or government agencies, and carry some of the highest security class ratings for paper documents or data storage.

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  • The Evolution of Mul-T-Lock

    Posted on January 9th, 2015 0 Comments

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    Mul-T-Lock was founded by Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry In 1973. They entered the market with a 4-way multipoint lock; and, it made such an impact that soon Mul-T-Lock products were carried in the highest-security locksmith stores. Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry and the Mul-T-Lock brand became the emblem of the high-security market and in 41 years, that hasn’t changed.

     

    Sticking to innovation

     Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry built their first lock on an innovative idea. To remain leaders of an evolving market, both Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry needed to equip the Mul-T-Lock brand with fresh ideas and solutions to achieve new levels of security and set new standards and grades for new and existing products on the market. This included taking mechanical cylinders, deadbolts, key fobs, wireless locks and smartphone useable electronics to never before seen results.

     

    Loyal Partners

     Mul-T-Lock uses expert technicians to install and supply their products. Interactive®+, MT5®+ as well as electromechanical CLIQ e-cylinders are imperative to the new security market and take professionals to install and fix if necessary. When loyalty meets security results everyone prospers. The benefit of this helps stores stand behind their product and clients who purchase the product feel as if the investment was worth their time and money. Mul-T-Lock has built a business around loyalty.

     

    Whats ahead?

     With the onset of a heavy push to go digital with security, some users and retailers fear that these advances in security will be lesser accessible to them. For a complete access control panel like the SMARTair®, Mul-T-Lock has erased the worry and concern. In their 41 years, they’ve continued to do one thing incredibly well. And that is supplying information about their products in clear and informative ways. User interfaces with Mul-T-Lock are extraordinarily simple. Don’t fear the wireless.

     

    Mul-T-Lock is here to stay

     Mul-T-Lock USA, Inc. president, Roy Miller recently said that, “For me, and hopefully for our customers, there is a true value in my coming from the locksmith channel. Having been a part of this ever-changing industry for so many years, I’ve always been in a position to understand the specific needs and the unique challenges that our locksmiths encounter, but now I’m in a position to really do something about it. Now I can offer solutions made by a locksmith and for a locksmith; it’s very exciting.”

     If there is one thing for certain, it’s that what began with Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry is continuing with Roy Miller. The future of technology couldn’t look brighter than it does today. The Mul-T-Lock brand is about to promote one of the most profound evolutions to security. Residential properties and commercial properties are deploying these locks as quick as they can. There isn’t a better investment and more reliable results than those found at Mul-T-Lock.

     

    Mul-T-Lock Sold and Install in Chicago

     Chicago Locksmiths is a premier locksmith company that only picks the best locks for their clients.  Chicago Locksmiths install Mul-T-Lock deadbolts, handle sets, levers, knobs, electronic locks, light commercial locks and Mul-T-Lock residential locks. 

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  • LISCIO Electronic Keypad Leverset with Bluetooth Programming

    Posted on August 19th, 2014 0 Comments

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    Looking for the latest and greatest in home entry systems? Throw away that key and check out the LISCIO Electronic Keypad Leverset with Bluetooth Programming from Emtek. This sleek, simple system will enable you to enter your home conveniently with the simple touch of a few discreet buttons. The LISCIO keypad employs Bluetooth programming from your Smartphone, taking advantage of the latest technological advances to provide you with secure and simple access to your home. Take a look at this era’s keyless entry system.

    Specifications and Features

    The LISCIO keypad leverset features a beautifully sleek design that won’t detract from the curb appeal of your home. The security buttons are smoothly integrated into the handle. This integration provides a discreet system that will prevent you from having to look at an ugly, glaring keypad such as those found on warehouse sets. The leverset is available in a polished chrome finish, an oil rubbed bronze finish and a satin nickel finish in order to match a wide variety of design styles.
    The set has an adjustable latch and can fit doors ranging in thickness from 1.75 inches to 2.25 inches. The leverset can be used on both exterior and interior doors and has been weatherproofed specifically for outdoor conditions. You can install one on each exterior door as well as on any interior doors that require extra safekeeping. A low battery indicator light lets you know when it’s time to replace the batteries on your unit.
    Additional features include a small lever footprint that measures just under three inches by just over four and a half inches on the exterior, with interior measurements of two and a quarter inches by six and a half inches. A standard 9-volt battery system can be found housed on the interior trim of the set. The leverset also comes with an exterior key cylinder for backup entry, just in case, making it a versatile and functional set that works under any circumstance.

    How it Works

    Setting up this leverset is a simple process with the help of your Apple or Android phone. After installing a free app available through the Apple store or Google Play, the app wizard will direct you through the steps of setting up your set. This system allows multiple user codes, which you can add, edit or delete through your Smartphone app.
    The app also enables you to view a log of which user code has been entered at what time of day, allowing you to keep a close eye on the security of your home. Additionally, you can manage multiple locks from one device, and all of your existing information can easily be communicated to a new device should you change or update your phone. Safe, smart security has never been so simple.

    Conclusion

    Your home is your castle. It’s important to safeguard it with the best security system available to you. With the LISCIO Electronic Keypad Leverset with Bluetooth Programming from Emtek, you’ll be able to rest in the knowledge that your home is secure.

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  • Rekeying A Lock

    Posted on August 12th, 2014 0 Comments

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    You’ll usually want to rekey the locks to your home, office or car if there is a break-in, theft or act of vandalism. You may also wish to rekey your locks if you lose your keys, if you feel that too many others have copies of your keys or if you want the convenience of being able to lock and unlock your house’s front and back doors with the same key. You can go to a locksmith to rekey your locks or you can do it yourself. Here are 8 steps Chicago Locksmith provides for rekeying your lock.

     

    1. Get a rekeying kit. Also called pinning kits, rekeying kits are available at most hardware stores and home centers, as well as online.

    2. Remove the exterior door knob or lock face.

    3. Take out the lock cylinder. Using a cylinder follower (a small brass tube), push the cylinder through the assembly to remove the sleeve covering it and then remove the cylinder.

    4. Remove the cylinder retainer ring. Use a wrench-like ring remover to remove the retaining ring from the lock cylinder. Put the retainer ring somewhere you’ll find it later when reassembling the lock.

    5. Take out the cylinder plug.

    6. Take out the old lower lock pins. The lower lock pins are roughly bullet-shaped, with the pointed ends touching the key, and of varying lengths.

    7. Insert the new lock key in the cylinder. This will push the springs out of the way and serve as a partial guide for the new lock pins.

    8. Insert the new pins in the lock. The new pins should be color-coded or coded numerically to match a chart showing which pin goes where in the lock. You’ll need either a tweezers or small needle-nosed pliers to grip the pins and insert them. The new pins should align with the key when it is inserted in the lock.

    9. Reassemble the lock. Replace the cylinder plug and retaining ring, then replace the cylinder in the door knob or lock face and reattach it to the door. Test the rekeyed lock to make sure it locks and unlocks with the new key.

    Choose to have the professionals do it – call us 312.878.2715 or visit: ChicagoLocksmiths.net

     

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  • How Keys Work Inside of Pin Tumbler Locks

    Posted on June 30th, 2014 0 Comments

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    A pin tumbler lock keeps a door securely closed until it’s opened with a key. Of course, it can’t be opened by just any key. The key must be specially made to fit the lock. Consider the various parts of a pin tumbler lock and how a key is used to open one.

    The Parts of a Lock and a Key

    The body of a pin tumbler lock is known as a bible. The springs, the driver pins and the key pins are all parts of a lock’s bible. The plug of a lock is located directly beneath the bible. The body of a key is made up of notches and ridges. Sometimes the ridges are called teeth. Each key is unique to a particular lock. In short, a key’s notches and ridges have a design that will only fit one lock.

     

    How a Key Turns in a Pin Tumbler Lock

    The springs of a lock as well as the driver pins are all the same length and size. The key pins are different sizes. When a key is put into a lock, the lock will open or close if the key pins correspond with the ridges and notches in the key. If the key pins inside a pin tumbler lock do not correspond with the ridges and notches of a key, the lock will not open. When a person puts the correct key into a lock, the driver pins will drop down and the key pins will move up. These pins line up at a point in the lock called the shear line. When this happens, the key will turn and the door will unlock. A pin tumbler lock is a precise instrument. The pins must all line up before a person can turn the key and disengage the lock.

    Issues That Make a Key Unusable

    Sometimes a key that goes with a particular pin tumbler lock doesn’t work. There are a variety of reasons why this happens. For one, the notches of the key may have been filed down or changed in some way. The key pins in a lock do not change in design. Consequently, if someone files down the ridges on a key, it will no longer correspond to the design of the key pins. This makes the key worthless. Sometimes a key can be bent making it impossible to fit it into a lock. There are also times when a user breaks a key, leaving part of it inside the lock. This can happen when a lock is old and the person turns the key with too much force. Once a key is broken, a new one must be made to replace it.

    Finally, a pin tumbler lock is a basic type of lock that’s easy to use and secure. If a key is difficult to turn in a lock, sometimes a little bit of WD-40 can loosen the lock and make it easier to put the key inside it.

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  • 30 Things to do in Chicago this Summer

    Posted on June 20th, 2014 0 Comments

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    The arrival of summer was delayed slightly in Chicago thanks to Mother Nature. With 80 degree temps on the horizon, and the start of the June solstice, the summer season in Chicago is brimming with 30 fun things to see and do.

    1. Ahoy Matey

    Chicago boating is alive with rentals, charters, water taxis and architectural boat tours. 
     
     

    2. Bike and Brew

    Make this a daylong excursion to bike and sample the brews from the Lake Bluff Brewing Company or Three Floyds Brewpub in Munster, Indiana.
     
     

    3. Famous Homes

    Witness some of the most famous digs such as architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and the glass home from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
     
     

    4. Kayaking on the River

    Chicago has tons of water fun for kayaking, wind-surfing, jet-skiing and paddle boarding. 
     
     

    5. Rock Climbing

    Challenge your best mate to a rock climbing wall in Old Town’s The Ledge at Fitness Formula Club or Lakeview Athletic Club. 
     
     

    6. The Chicago Symphony

    Pavilion seating at Ravinnia is affordable and showcases talented musicians such as the Chicago Symphony, Maxim Vengerov and Itzhak Perlman.
     
     

    7. Taste the Rainbow

    Start your summer with a taste of the Rainbow Cone at the historic Rainbow Cone ice cream shop. 
     
     

    8. Chicago Summer Dance

    This outdoor venue has a series of dancing that includes salsa, ballroom, country and jive.
     
     
     

    9. Movie Night 

    The 13th Annual Chicago Movie Night in the Park has over 195 films in their line-up.
     
     

    10. Chicago Sport and Social Club

    Here you can join a league and partake in a summer of softball, whirlyball or kickball. 
     
     

    11. Rickshaw Ride

    The pedi-cab is a great way to enjoy the fun and exciting atmosphere of the city in this famous outdoor ride.
     

    12. The Adler

    The Adler Planetarium is the ideal romantic setting to catch a glimpse of the night’s sky’s offerings. 
     
     

    13. Communal Gardening

    Get your green on by volunteering in one of the over 50 communal gardens this season.
     
     

    14. Rooftop Dining

    The Twisted Spoke and ROOF of the Wit downtown are two great places to enjoy rooftop dining. 
     
     

    15. Fireworks Celebrations

    Navy Pier offers spectacular shows every Wednesday and Saturday evenings through August 31st.
     
     

    16. Dance the Night Away

    Dress up in your suspenders and vintage skirts for a night of swing dancing at Fizz, Honky Tonk or the Green Mill.
     
     

    17. Namaste

    The free workout series in Millenium Park allows yoga revelers to get their Zen on. There’s also Pilates, Tai-Chi and Zumba classes.
     
     

    18. Jane Adams Hull House

    Humanitarian and writer Jane Addams West Side home is a well-preserved treasure for history buffs. The museum tours are also free. 
     

     

    19. Watch The Game 

    Chicago has some of the most popular teams such as the White Sox, Cubs, Chicago Sky and Blackhawks to name a few. 
     

    20. Chicago Cultural Center

    From ongoing lunchtime music concerts to film screenings, the Chicago Cultural Center has a host of free offerings. 
     

    21. Neighborhood Arts Festivals

    Wicker Park Fest, North Halsted Market Days and Milwaukee Avenue Arts are some of the most well-known arts festivals to traverse through. 
     
     
     

    22. Osaka Japanese Gardens

    Osaka Japanese Gardens is a place of rich history and sheer beauty.

    23. Farmer’s Market

    The Farmer’s Market has some of the finest bounty of the season. 

     
     

    24. Lincoln Park

    The Lincoln Park Zoo is a great spot to relax for free and enjoy over 1,200 exotic.
     
     

    25. Dine Al Fresco 

    Outdoor table dining at Café Sushi in Old Town or Tango Sur is a great way to people watch. 
     

    26. Classes

    Chicago has some great class offerings that include pottery, beer-brewing, cooking, improve and guitar. 
     

    27. Picnic on the Beach

    Hartigan Park and Beach in Rogers Park is the best place for scenic views and a picnic. 
     
     

    28. Chicago Jazz Festival

    Here you’ll find three stages of entertainers in an intimate setting at Millennium Park.
     
     

    29. Hyde Park

    The Hyde Park Art Center is a cultural mecca for a day of enlightenment.
     

    30. Swim

    The Chicago Park District has over 50 outdoor and 26 indoor pools to cool off in.
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  • High Tech Home Security Locks

    Posted on June 17th, 2014 0 Comments

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    With the housing market still at a standstill, home security has had to upgrade its productivity in order to maintain its profitability in the volatile economy. This is created some of the most effective upgrades in home security that have ever been seen. If you are looking to protect your home, now is the time to get incredible services at low prices. New technologies are being formed all the time, and high-tech home security locks have never been more effective.

     

    The Current Generation of High-Tech Home Security Locks

    The first step in getting the right security lock for your home is to determine the type of infrastructure that you have and the home security that you need. Is your home in a high crime area? Do the criminals around your area seem to have better tools than you do? How fast is the police response time in your area? All of these things have a great deal to do with the type of home security that you get.

    There are many new analytic in the industry of home security. One of the best analytic is “slow down time,” which details the amount of time that it would take a professional robber to defeat a certain security measure. In essence, you are creating diversions of time that will allow you the time to call law enforcement or defend yourself. 

    You can also use cloud-based Internet technologies to increase the amount of security that you have on your home. If you are looking for a security measure that does not have a great deal of hardware to keep up with, then you can invest in smart phone security systems that will allow you to monitor your home and your vehicle from anywhere that you can get Internet access on your iPhone or android.

    Integrated appliances are another security feature that even the most professional thieves have a great deal of trouble with. All of your appliances can now be connected to a singular security system so that any kind of weird behavior will be monitored and immediately responded to by law enforcement.

    Residential alarm systems are also much more integrated than ever before. Even the cheapest of deadbolt locks can now be connected to Internet services in order to create an extra level of security even for the budget minded homeowner.

    Security locks can also be connected to video screens within a home that can monitor all activity outside. All of this can be done without a conspicuous camera. Professional thieves can often disable a camera if they can get to it, but with new security systems, there is no chance for them to do this.

    If you’re looking to invest in a new security system, the make sure that you have already assessed the level of security that you need. Make sure that you invest in a system that will allow you time to defend yourself. Remember that preventive measures are always better than any other option that is on the table.

     

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  • Choose the Right Safe for Your Home

    Posted on June 10th, 2014 0 Comments

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    Every home should have a safe for storing valuables. Many people associate a house safe with protection from theft, but safes can also protect your possessions and records from fire and water damage as well. Here are some tips on how to determine the home safe that is right for your needs. 

     

    How Big?

    Before you go shopping for a safe, gather up the material you feel you need to put in your safe and then measure it. A safe of roughly one and a quarter cubic feet will hold about a foot of normal sized papers commonly used for business letters. Once you determine how many cubic feet of space you need, you can shop for a safe with the confidence that you won’t accidentally buy a safe that’s the wrong size. 

     

    Protection From Fire

    Most buyers of safes are rightfully concerned about losing valuable documents, photos or collectibles should the house catch fire. The risk of fire is not a remote one, with one in four people at some point in their lifetime experiencing a fire in their home that requires calling the fire department. What degree of fire resistance you need depends on what you intend to store in the safe. Paper is generally safe up to temperatures of 350 degrees, but more delicate items like photos, DVDs and computer files can be damaged at half that temperature. Check the safe’s exterior or packaging to determine how much heat your safe can endure. 

     

    Theft Protection

    Unfortunately, it is more difficult to determine the degree of safety from theft a safe provides. However, simply putting something in a box with a lock will by its very nature provide at least some protection. Part of this protection comes from the weight of the safe. An average home safe weights about 100 pounds before you even put anything into it, which makes it hard for a routine burglar to run off with it. You can also get kits that will bolt the safe to the floor or wall. Consider hiding the safe in a wall or beneath the floor. 

     

    Water Protection

    It is foolish to buy a safe that is not waterproof, since you never know when a flood may strike or water pipes may break. Check to be sure before buying whether the safe is waterproof. Safes that are water sealed also have the advantage of being air tight, thereby protecting your valuables from smoke that may fill the room the safe is located in, even if the room itself doesn’t experience the actual flames. 

    Buying a home safe can enhance your peace of mind, but do your homework first so you know what type of safe you’ll need.

     

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  • Repairing Modern Mortise Locks

    Posted on June 2nd, 2014 0 Comments

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    About Mortise Locks

    Mortise locks refer to locks that are situated within doors’ mortises. This positioning ensures that the lock mechanism is fully covered by the inside and outside portions of the door. These types of locks are nothing new. They’ve been used in commercial structures and homes for more than a century. There’s a good chance that your home or workplace features mortise locks, especially if the structure is on the older side. Mortise locks were extremely popular in years past. They were frequently installed on doors from the end of the 19th century all the way into the middle of the 20th century. Mortise locks were practically unavoidable on outside and interior doors alike. In early years, mortise locks employed lever locks. Modern mortise locks frequently do the same.

    Repairing and Retrofitting Mortise Locks

    If you have a mortise lock on your door, you don’t have to panic if something goes wrong with it. You can call our experts for reliable mortise lock repair services. Not only can we fix these locks, but we can also provide retrofitting services. If necessary, we can add a new element to your mortise lock that was unavailable in the time period it was first produced. Since new mortise locks are often rather expensive, fixing them is usually the more affordable option.

    Mortise Cylinders

    Modern mortise locks are often efficient and reliable. If they’re used in conjunction with the appropriate mortise cylinders, they can work well with most high security locks’ specific mechanisms. Mogol and standard diameter cylinders are both suitable for mortise locks. The majority of mortise locks in North America are are made to work well with mortise cylinders.

    Customizable Looks

    Many people have developed fascinations with these locks in recent years. This is largely a result of the locks’ customizable looks. Some people add cast knobs onto their mortise locks, for example. If a homeowner has a highly specific idea of how he wants to decorate a residence, a mortise lock on an interior door might make the perfect decorative touch he’s been looking for.

    Simple Repairs 

    These repairs are generally simple and straightforward — as long as the lock body can be extracted from the door without affecting the cylinder. Problems with the functioning of mortise locks are not at all uncommon. Some people notice that mortise locks’ deadbolts are incapable of throwing, for example. Others notice that the latches are incapable of pulling back in.

    Call For More Information

    If you want more information on repair or retrofitting services for your mortise lock, call us immediately for our reliable and knowledgeable professional assistance. Since buying a new mortise lock can be a little on the pricey side, servicing is often much more economical and practical.

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  • High Security Locks for Schools & University in Chicago

    Posted on May 5th, 2014 0 Comments


     

    Security at grade schools and universities is cherished by all individuals on campus, but maintaining a high-level of safety on school grounds can prove difficult balance between allowing and restricting access. Some areas off school property must be restricted to a small number of administrators, while other areas should allow access to most or all members of the school. A Mul-T-Locks system offers the solution to campus security by enabling school administrators to provide tiered levels of access to rooms and building on campus, while eliminating the security concerns of traditional locks.

     

    Electronic Locks that Enhance School Security

    Traditional locks can fall prey to lock picking or the use of stolen keys. With Mul-T-Locks, access to your school’s rooms and building are protected by electronic locks that use programmable keys. Mul-T-Locks keys can be deactivated immediately when an administrator notices the keys are lost or stolen, thanks to the system’s user-friendly software. In turn, new keys can be activated to replace lost keys just as quickly. There’s no need to rekey an entire build or complex when the master key has been lost or stolen. With a Mul-T-Locks system in place, you can deactivate the compromised keys and activate their replacements. 

    The electronic architecture of Mul-T-Locks systems provides for time-based usage. Keys can be programmed to work for specified periods of time each day before becoming inactive. Time-based programming is perfect for providing access to a room or building for janitors or teachers during designated windows of time each day, preventing after hours access. Time-based access is also perfect for generating guest passes. With Mul-T-Locks’ software, you can modify access rights anytime you need to.

     

    Locks with a History

    Mul-T-Locks and the Interactive® CLIQ® system combines to take your campus’ security to next level. With Mul-T-Locks, you can scale access rooms and building on campus. Some keys can be set as masters, while other keys can be programmed to work with a limited set of locks. The Interactive® CLIQ® system enhances your campus’ tier access by recording key usage. Each lock can be set to generate a time stamp each time they are accessed, so your school’s administrators will always know what key was used at a door and what time it was used. 

     

    Storage Facilities and Goods

    Accessing your school’s storage facilities or transporting goods between large distances is writhe with security risks. But with Mul-T-Locks’ electronic padlocks, your school’s goods and storage facilities will be protected by GPS and SIM-card security measure. The pad locks will report their movements or attacks via email, text messaging or the Mul-T-Locks software. In addition, keys to Mul-T-Locks padlocks can be programmed to function only at a specific locations. You don’t have to worry about your school’s goods being compromised en route to their destinations, as keys can be programmed to work only when the GPS-enabled locks have reached a specified location. 

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