Choosing a Lockable Key CabinetJeff Love
The right solution for your key security requirements may be right in front of you but because you are not sure of what they offer, or how they can be of an advantage to you, you might be going home with a secure key cabinet that does not really fit into your requirement and the solution you were looking for.
That is why, we at Telkee Lockable Cabinets, want to make it easier for you to understand what we offer and how you can put it to use. The reasons why you want a lockable key cabinet would be to secure your keys, of course, but how you do it whilst still ensuring that you have taken the necessary precautions and also management techniques to ensure that you are on top of things is something that is also important. You will proper locking mechanisms, and at times, something other than the usual standard lock and key, giving you more flexibility. The storage of keys in these secure cabinets also needs to be flexible, where you can store small or large keys, depending on the variety.
There is a range of available key storage cabinets, small, medium, and large, each holding a minimum capacity as well as expansion panels that come with hooks for added requirements. They can be wall mounted or freestanding and even expansion panels (of the deep cabinet variety) can be added to the likes of your filing cabinet, allowing you to recycle your currently owned storage equipment for this need as well.
Your essential requirement for key storage and its solution can categorised as secure key cabinets, digital/electronic secure key cabinets, large capacity key cabinets, and deep filing cabinet storage key panels. Telkee Lockable Cabinets offer all these varieties of key cabinets depending on the features, options, and accessories you choose.
Key Storage Cabinets: Ranging from small, medium and large, key storage cabinets allow you to store your keys with proper organisation and management accessories such as colour coded tags and numbering systems, with signature strips and such to ensure that everything is in order.
Digital/Electronic Secure Key Cabinets: Without using the standard locking mechanism (cam lock), you can opt for a mechanical keypad for keyless entry.
Large Capacity Key Cabinets: This type of secure key cabinet allows you to store from a minimum of 150 keys to up to 550 key with expansions panels that come with key hooks.
Deep Filing Cabinet Storage Key Panels: When using an existing filing cabinet, you may opt to use these key suspension panels that come with key hooks so that they can hang off the sides of your filing cabinet drawers and can be organised easily to your convenience.
Keep these facts in mind, when you pick out your next secure key cabinet by categorising your requirements in such a way.