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    Never lose a set of master keys again!

    Re-keying a building or floor is expensive, time consuming, and exposes the building and tenants to potential security and safety breaches. Eliminate that risk with ekt.


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    The Only Preemptive Key Loss Solution

    ekt locates keys before they are lost. ekt prevents loss using audible and physical alarms and light strobes so you will never lose a set of master keys again!


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    Reliable, Easy to Use, and Just $245* Per Unit

    ekt can immediately be incorporated into existing key control programs for any sized organization, and is ideal for multiple industries including: security; janitorial; property and facility management; hospitality; health care; law enforcement and corrections.

    * quantity and dealer discounts available.


ekt Features

  • Prevention: The solution to key loss is the electronic tether that keeps keys within a 15-step radius of the user.
  • Ease-of-Use: ekt is easily removed by pressing on the thumb release button and returned to the belt unit with a simple click and snap.
  • Triple Threat Alarms:The belt unit and key unit emit a combination of unique alarms based on feel, audio, and visual. This combination makes identifying key location quick and fool-proof.

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Did You Know?

  • Between security, janitorial, engineering and management staff, a typical downtown high-rise has over 40 master key sets, of which 12-18 are deployed at any one time.
  • Millions of dollars are spent annually on the control of master keys when they are not in use. However, almost no money is spent to control keys once they go on shift.


    "EKT is the only [key control product] that aims to stop keyloss before it happens! Imagine zero key loss, that's a dream come true for any building or facility where multiple people are carrying master and sub master keys."

    David Sullivan, CPP
    Police Officer & Former Security Branch Manager.