Key cabinets are an essential piece of equipment when it comes to security. Made from steel or aluminium, these cabinets come in a variety of lock options to suit your particular needs.
The main advantage of having a key box onsite is increased security. Keys can be kept in one place and remain out of the reach of visitors to the site. Generally, these boxes will come under the supervision of a manager who monitors their use. This way, keys can be signed in and out as needed so that someone knows where they are at all times. In situations where access to particular filing cabinets or lockers needs to be limited, these key cabinets are the ideal way to ensure the right security levels. With this system in place, companies lower the risk of keys being misplaced or lost.
Another benefit of key cabinets is the organisation and convenience that they provide. By keeping keys onsite instead of letting staff members hold on to them, all workers will have access to the keys when they need them most. On top of that, there will be no confusion about where keys have been left, and no time wasted searching for missing keys.
Among the many industries that may find it useful to have a key cabinet onsite are estate agencies, hotels and fleet operators. No matter the size or specific needs of your operation, we have a product to simplify procedures for your staff.
At DENIOS UK, we offer a wide range of key cabinets, from smaller models that hold only 12 keys, to larger boxes that can accommodate up to 300. An average-sized cabinet will hold between 60 and 100 keys. Some of our cabinets even come with tags to allow for the easy labelling and organisation of keys.
Our aluminium key cabinets with 72 hooks feature a classic design that can be fitted to the wall quickly and efficiently using the supplied mounting kit. This model features a cylinder lock and comes with two keys. Another option is a cabinet in light grey made from thin sheet metal that holds up to 250 keys. The hook strips here are adjustable and can be numbered for easy identification of each key. Again, this model can be attached to the wall and has a simple lock mechanism.