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All Saints College confident with SALTO

As one of the leading private schools in Perth, Western Australia, All Saints’ College was continuing to grow and develop yet their mechanical key systems were reaching the end of their life. 

This raised the question of how to continue to secure the premises effectively. Physical keys were proving difficult and expensive to manage so a new solution was needed that would pre-empt this as well as ensure the security of the college’s students and staff. 

Local Security Company Central Lock and Key were called in to provide an electronic locking solution to meet the colleges’ requirements and after a comprehensive brief they were able to offer a complete solution using SALTO stand alone battery operated XS4 escutcheons, GEO electronic cylinders and XS4 locker locks. 

Subsequently SALTO received an order via their approved dealer GHI to supply 150 units controlled via a combination of Mifare / DESFire smart key cards, and these now secure administration and classroom doors as well as locker doors throughout the college. 

Neil Armstrong, SALTO Business Development Manager Western Australia says, “When the mechanical keying system reached the end of its life, the college used the opportunity to update to the latest smart card technology by SALTO which offers real cost efficiencies when compared to traditional wired access control solutions.  

Removing the need to wire saves time, hassle, disruption and not least, significant sums of money. The XS4 electronic escutcheons, cylinders and locker locks need no hard wiring and provide a wire-free networked electronic locking solution with an impressive range of features. 

The whole project has proved a success as All Saints’ College now has all their security requirements catered for and SALTO are pleased to have provided a solution that confirms their reputation as leading suppliers and installers of access control systems to the education sector.”