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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?

  • Re-keying a multi-tenant high-rise can cost upwards of $80,000 and take several weeks to finish. Even with insurance, an average deductible would run $25,000.
  • A small suburban office building will often have at least 5 master key sets available for use. Move to a multi-tenant mid-rise and the number of key sets may jump to 20.


    "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.