Master Keying

 
It’s possible that you’ve seen a person you know using the same key to unlock both the entrance to their home and the door to their building’s lobby.
Is it magic? In no uncertain terms.
It is not only a technique to make things easier for them; rather, it is a way that also puts their lock security at risk.
Not even close.
You have only seen a master key in action at this point.
A mastering system is a hierarchical access control system that is used to control who may enter a facility or installation. Before we go any further into this issue, let us first recall what a mastering system is.
In such a system, the locks and keys are customized in accordance with a mastering plan, which results in the creation of one or more keys that are able to unlock all of the locks in the system.
These keys are referred to as “master keys.”
There are some other keys in the system that can only open one particular lock, but all of the other keys in the system can open locks that are either on the same level of access or on a lower level.
  • Simple Master Keying Systems
A simple master key system will include a number of doors, each of which may be entered by a different user with the key that corresponds to that door, as well as one master key that can be used to unlock any door in the system.
Office complexes and smaller businesses often have master keying systems of this kind installed in their buildings.
  • Simple Lobby Master Keying Systems
This is the universal master keying system that is used in residential units.
The key provided to each user allows them entry via any of the authorized common doors. This may also refer to the locks that are installed on the doors of people’s houses, storerooms, and other types of buildings, depending on the specifics of the situation.
  • Lobby Master Keying Systems for Multi-block Residential Complexes with Shared Spaces
When there are many residential blocks that share some common spaces, it is possible to use this sort of arrangement. Every tenant has a single key that opens the entrance to their lobby, as well as the door to their house, as well as the door to any shared facilities, such as the garages, gardens, etc.
  • Grand Master Keying Systems.
In these types of systems, there may be several user groups, each of which may have its own set of keys as well as a set of master keys that allow them access to all of the other doors in their group. There is a “grand master” key that may be obtained at a higher level, and it can be used to access any door in the whole structure.
This is a highly frequent kind of master keying system that may be found in places like work centers, schools, and hospitals.
In this context, it is important to keep in mind that Lock and Pop Inc provides a full master keying solution for all of the devices it sells.
Furthermore, it gives all of the required assistance to locksmithing and hardware specialists so that they can service their clients anytime they want master key items.