Diamanten 2 housing association is a stone’s throw away from Solna Centrum just outside of Stockholm, Sweden. It’s a well-run association that’s taken a big step toward better key management and safer, more secure living.
When they switched from being rental apartments to a housing association, the new association phased out the old key system. Diamanten 2 decided instead to invest in external security with an electronic lock system. After a thorough analysis, the Aptus system was the final choice. This investment allows the association to shut out uninvited guests and minimize key handling.
“Aptus had the most experience of security systems for properties. The products are hard wearing and well designed. It was also crucial that the system handle all of our future needs and be extendable,” says Christer Holtmark, association committee member.All public access doorways have been fitted with proximity readers.
“It’s easy to decide on access, block keys or add keys to the system,” notes Christer.
A Ringa 1707 entry phone welcomes occupants and visitors at the entrance. Entry phones let condo owners become their own doorman. And if you have a Ringa 1707 you also avoid manual name changes – make the change in the system and it’s immediately shown in the display.
“Ringa 1707 is a reliable, hard-wearing product. It has a clear display and an occupant directory. And the fact that it’s equipped with both a reader and codes provides great flexibility,” says Christer Holtmark.
Christer feels it’s good to know that the entry and access system is looked after by an accredited service company. In Diamanten’s case Bysmeden Lås AB is the company that takes care of the system.
In conclusion he points out that it is an advantage that Aptus system updates are free of charge, which is unusual among security providers.
Published 21 Feb 2011
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