For every access
Fewer keys, greater security. We have too many keys nowadays, guaranteeing security in complex structures with so many elements to protect (medical equipment, dangerous materials, documents, patient belongings etc.) is a challenge. We need quick, efficient key management.
Easy opening, risk-free closing. Patients, the disabled and the elderly should be able to open the door easily and close it again without the risk of it hitting someone when it is released.
No unauthorised duplications. Keys change hands all the time, unauthorised copies must be prevented at all costs.
Everything up to standard. Fire doors must close properly in the event of fire and open easily.
The door should be easy to open. And close, without the risk of it hitting someone.
Gradual closing. So staff can go through with stretchers, trolleys... without it closing suddenly and still respecting the regulations.
Immediate safety. In an emergency it must be easy for everyone to escape.
Preventing unauthorised access. Stop suspicious characters entering the building, while respecting the regulations.
Diagnostic and outpatients' departments