Restricted Keying Systems

Example of a master key system hierarchy

Restricted keying provides a much greater level of security with keys that are protected by a legal patent or a distributor agreement and can only be issued by an authorised and licensed locksmith.

This can increase the security of your home or business and provides greater key control as no keys are issued or copied without authorisation from you or your nominated signatories.

Restricted keys are constructed from high quality materials providing greater strength and durability than standard brass keys.

Pinkerton Locksmiths record all information regarding your restricted key system so you can be sure how many keys have been issued.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Restricted keying systems offer many benefits over standard locking systems, such as greater key control, increased pick resistance, higher quality locks & keys.

This is called master keying and although not exclusive to restricted keying systems, they are often used in harmony allowing not only greater key control, but a hierarchy of keys to be used only for a group of locks and a master key that operates every lock.

Yes, although due to the smaller components required for master keying, higher quality, commercial grade locks are generally required to be installed as these have much tighter tolerances and are more reliable.

No keys are to be issued to anyone that is not an authorised signatory. You will have to contact your strata management or real estate agent to order a new key or more than likely have your locks rekeyed.

While we have the capability to cut most keys, we will never duplicate a key that is registered to another locksmith as this goes against our code of conduct and undermines the security of a restricted key system.