When purchasing office management equipment, you need to address why it’s needed and the features you will be requiring from it. We have put together a ‘How-to’ about choosing and purchasing a key cabinet, all courtesy of Telkee Key Cabinets.

First off, let’s address the types of key cabinets that are available to you. You can categorise the key cabinets by purpose: Will these cabinets be used for storage of infrastructural keys (consisting of buildings, offices, rooms, cupboards, etc.) or will they be used to house vehicular keys (that are bulky in nature). The latter falls into the vehicular key cabinets range. Then there’s the matter of security, in terms of how you lock your key cabinets. You could opt for the standard option, which consists of a lock-and-key system, or you could go digital with a mechanical keypad (which does come with a manager override feature too).

Secondly, you need to address the sizing and capacity you require. Will you be looking for a small, medium or large key cabinet to house your keys? If so, what is the maximum capacity you are looking at, and will you be expecting to expand in the future?

At TelKee Key Cabinets, you are provided with the following capacity and sizing options to choose from when looking through the key cabinet models.

Size: S

Telkee 347

Capacity (Hooks): 35, 60

Models: Standard (347/35, 347/60), Vehicles (347C/20)

Size: M

Telkee 530

Capacity (Hooks): 100, 175, 245

Models: Standard (530/100, 530/175, 530/245), Vehicles (530C/80)

Size: L/XL

Telkee 686

Capacity (Hooks): 150, 250, 350, 450

Models: Standard (686/150, 686/250, 686/350, 686/450), Standard XL (686L/150, 686L/250, 686L/350, 686L/450), Vehicles (686C/100, 686LC/150)

The fact of the matter is TelKee key cabinets are a great investment. Not only do you get what you are looking for in terms of all the requirements, you also get accessories to your key cabinet such as printed key tags, perforated label sheets, signature strips and index cards to name a few items, and a logging system for the mechanical keypad too.

If you believe you have a need for expansions or an increase in capacity, this key cabinet range is just right for you. As long as you stay within the size capacity brackets, you need not purchase a large cabinet as you can make do with expansion key hook panels.

That’s not all. You can also add suspension key hook panels to your existing filing cabinets and utilise it effectively.

Check out our website when you are in the market for a key cabinet solution.

Image: (L-R) Telkee 347/60 Grey w/ Mech Key Pad; Telkee 530/245 Grey w/ Mech Key Pad; Telkee 686/450 Grey w/ Mech Key Pad