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Restricted Master Key System
Electronic Access control can be improved with a mechanical Restricted Master Key System.
Ruswin was originally established as a Locksmith company in 1972 in Australia our first projects in Indonesia included Restricted Master Key Systems.
A Restricted Master Key System is one where each lock can have its own individual key which will not operate any other lock in the system, but where all locks in the system can be operated by a master key or levels of master keys access matrix will be designed to suit your exact requirements.
Control of the distribution of keys ensures only valid and authorised duplication can be made.
Any type of door or lock can become a restricted lock, from standard door locks to padlocks, camlocks, key switches, electrical isolation locks.
Ruswin, together with our business partner BiLock, can ensure solutions can be designed and systems implemented which would meet standards required with total economy, providing a return on investment.
Ruswin is also in a position to review your current Key System in view of upgrading to the latest systems and technology, should this be under consideration.
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BiLock’s Quick Change Core! - a revolution in maximum security locking systems
A genuinely innovative locking system which offers absolute flexibility. BiLock offers QCC (Quick Change Core) patented to 2017. Re-keying a lock can be as simple as withdrawing a plug and replacing it with another ...in seconds! Every QCC is identical, with the exception of pinning combinations, which means you can shift the same QCC between different types of locks.
Quick Change Core (QCC)- no need to disassemble the lock to change a combination- using the QCC tool, just remove the old core and insert a new one
Over 16 million combinations Plastic key head comes in 20 different colours for ease of master keying system identification.
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