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TAMPER PROOF KEY CONTAINER:
Physical encapsulation prevents a key from being handled or copied.

SIGNATURES:
Personalizes each unit preventing the transfer of the key to another unit.

NON-ELECTRONIC:
Simple to use, no training required.

PREVENTS FALSE ACCUSATIONS:
Protects the integrity of building service employees and tenants.

TENANT PARTICIPATION:
By applying signatures and having the option of visually checking on the key.

LIABILITY:
The KEYSURE SYSTEM limits liability



Place key in one half of the KeyController box,
then snap both halves together.
The key can then only be accessed by breaking the box open.

KEYSURE   SYSTEM   for   100's   of   KEYS

The KEYSURE SYSTEM

The system consists of our individual KeyController key boxes that encapsulate the key, numbered key tags and a wall or drawer-style cabinet to house the key boxes.

KEYSURE   TENANT   KEY   SECURITY   SYSTEM
FOR  INDIVIDUAL  KEY  PROTECTION

1. CODING: The KEYSURE system is based on a consecutive numbering system.
Example: Numbering 1 through 100, if it is a 100 unit building. These numbers then become the code number for each apartment unit.

2. MASTER CODE LIST: Since most buildings have a computer print out tenant list or rent roll, we suggest you use this already existing list and simply consecutively number it. Exercise caution, and do not keep the list with the keys.

3. KEY TAGS: Put each key on a numbered key tag corresponding to the apartment code established above. Key tags are an integral part of the system and serve to organize and identify individual keys. The last thing you want is to be seen trying keys in tenants' doors to identify random keys.

4. APPLYING CODE NUMBER: Number the outside of the KeyController container with the same number that is on the key tag.

5. SIGNATURES: The tenant signs a signature on both inside surfaces where indicated. The signatures must be applied before the container is closed. The signatures on the inside insure the tenant's anonymity.

6. CLOSING THE CONTAINER: After the signatures are applied and the key with tag placed inside, close the container with a squeezing action, until a snap is heard. Caution: Once closed the container will have to be broken to gain access to the key.

7. MOTHERS MAIDEN NAME: Have the tenant sign mother's maiden name on the outside of the container. This will allow a tenant to check up on a key without breaking the container. It also serves to confuse anyone with criminal intent.

8. STORAGE in WALL CABINET or DRAWERS: Carefully load the containers keeping them in numerical order. Good order will make it that much easier to retrieve a key. Audit the key boxes on a scheduled basis to insure that they are all there and in order.

*Note: The two drawer cabinet comes with two forms of locking: a built in keyed lock that locks both drawers and a vertical locking bar. The vertical locking bar overlaps the drawers and prevents the drawers from being opened. This locking bar requires a pad lock and some customers have been using "combination locks" on the locking bar. This allows the person in charge of the keys to control access to the cabinet without leaving the key. The combination to the lock is left in a KEYCONTROLLER. If it is used the combination is changed. Changeable combination locks are available at local locksmiths.

9. SECURITY POLICY: Security of any kind is only strengthened by having a well thought out "written security policy". This written policy should be distributed to every tenant so that each tenant understands it and feels as though he or she is involved in the process of creating a more secure and safe environment.



GUN   CONTROL



New laws are requiring that guns be locked
and locks are supplied with all guns sold.


All those locks have TWO KEYS.

One for your key ring,
but where do you put the other one
so it is safe and you can find it again ?

Put that extra key into a KEYCONTROLLER
and it will be safe, secure and easy to find.


KEY   CONTROLLER   -   PRICING


102 C   -  CLEAR  $6.60                  101 B   -  OPAQUE BLUE  $6.60

CONSTRUCTION: Styrene Plastic   /   PACKAGE: Plastic Bag

DIMENSIONS:
4.75" HIGH   x   3" WIDE   x   .75" THICK


KEY   CONTROL   SYSTEM   -   PRICING


C 81517 - WALL CABINET $350

CAPACITY: 100 ( KeyController ) Units

CONSTRUCTION: 16 Gauge Steel

FINISH: Grey Powder Coat with Logo

WEIGHT: 25 pounds

LOCKING: Pad Lock

DIMENSIONS:   17" WIDE   x   15" HIGH   x   8" DEEP





SINGLE DRAWER - $600        TWO DRAWERS - $1000


C 1D - SINGLE DRAWER MODEL $600

CAPACITY: 170 ( KeyController ) Units

CONSTRUCTION: 16 Gauge Steel

FINISH: Grey Powder Coat

WEIGHT: 25 pounds

LOCKING: Built In Lock

DIMENSIONS:   22.25" WIDE   x   8" HIGH   x   28.5" DEEP


C 2D - TWO DRAWER MODEL $ 1000

CAPACITY: 300 ( KeyController ) Units

CONSTRUCTION: 16 Gauge Steel

FINISH: Grey Powder Coat

WEIGHT: 85 pounds

LOCKING: Built In Lock Plus Locking Bar That Takes Padlock

DIMENSIONS:   22.25" WIDE   x   15.75" HIGH   x   28.5" DEEP


Delivery: 4 to 6 weeks ( Either Drawer Model )

TO   ORDER   CALL
1  800  561  5397
or  817  561  5397

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America  Key  Boxes
4100  Valley  Trail
Kennedale   TX   76060

1  800  561  5397