|Facility type:||Educational facilities|
The Royal Library was extended towards an island in the harbour in 1999 with a building featuring a black marble and glass facade, known to locals as the "black diamond". The entire institution is home to countless, valuable books, magazines and archives and for this reason, security systems must comply with the strictest requirements. The locking system in the Royal Library is an EVVA 3KS system. EVVA's tried and tested mechanical 3KS locking system is based on a patented, springless principle featuring unique curve key cuts to reliably prevent unauthorised access thanks to the system's high degrees of key copying protection. The system was installed to the full satisfaction of the client as part of a successful collaboration between EVVA and its Danish distributor Sanistaal and it is now contributing to protecting the valuable, royal book archives.
This object was realised with the locking system 3KSplus, which corresponds to today's 4KS locking system.