Mul-T-Lock’s innovative Smartair handle sets have been fitted to a number of office doors within the Chief Executive’s Department of Leicestershire County Council.
The Smartair system was purchased to upgrade a mechanical key lock system to an all-encompassing access control solution. Leicestershire County Council was recommended Smartair by Morgan’s Locksmiths due to its ease of installation and ability to manage individual’s access rights.
To date a combination of Mul-T-Lock Smartair handle sets and wall readers have been installed in a number of offices, all of which are controlled via a single PC within the Members Secretariat of the Chief Executive’s Department.
An officer of Leicestershire County Council commented: “The Mul-T-Lock Smartair system appealed because of its ease to set up users and manage their access rights.”
Mul-T-Lock’s Smartair system is a secure all-in-one access control solution that reduces the cost and inconvenience associated with traditional “hard wired” access control systems.
Shane Hall of Morgan’s Locksmiths added: “Smartair’s real advantage over its competition is how easy it is to install, both the handles and wall reader, and its ability to encompass all the convenience and benefits of access control in one solution. Together with its smart design there is also no compromise on security, all important aspects for Leicestershire County Council.”
Once the initial programming is completed, cards or fobs can be easily added or removed as and when required. Time zones can also be set and an audit trail is available from the door handle or user card to make sure access is monitored for extra security.
Steve Ross, Managing Director of Mul-T-Lock concluded: “The features of Smartair make it a simple and intelligent way for locksmiths to upgrade the security level of any premises, whilst also solving key management issues. The system is a true "out of the box" stylish solution, designed for purpose, that can be up and running in a matter of minutes, fully programmed and ready to secure offices.”