Meet Danish SALTO Champion Jesper Jorgensen – the locksmith with over 10,000 installs

Danish locksmith Jesper Jørgensen has installed SALTO access control on over 10,000 doors since he started his career in 2007. Working for Danish installer SALTO, Bagger Låse & Alarm, he may be the SALTO installer the most experienced in Denmark.

“I don’t think there are other locksmiths in Denmark who have installed more SALTO units than me. And I never get tired of it, because even though it turned out to be several hundred locking systems per year, fortunately I only meet satisfied customers,” Jørgensen said.

Suitable for most buildings, SALTO access control systems are also easy to use and provide an excellent security solution for various environments, he added.

A great system for almost any building

“SALTO is a great access control system for businesses, housing associations, schools, nursing homes, and other places where you want to know who has access to interior and exterior doors,” noted Jørgensen.

Ease of use

SALTO is the most popular access control system for many installers and customers in Denmark, and there are several good reasons for that, according to Jørgensen.

“First and foremost, SALTO is extremely user-friendly. It’s incredibly easy to control who should have access and when doors should be opened or locked. It just works very well.

Reasonably priced security

SALTO is also very easy to install. SALTO offline SVN escutcheons can be mounted on existing doors, and there is no need to wire or connect the doors through a complicated wiring system.

“With SALTO access control, therefore, I find it possible to secure buildings at a reasonable price compared to other locking systems,” Jørgensen said.

Growing demand for access control

Denmark is seeing a marked increase in demand for automatic locking systems.

“The demand has been steadily increasing since I started installing SALTO units in 2007. I have installed access control on many doors and buildings, but now I am also seeing an increase in the number of customers wishing to secure, for example, cupboards, letterboxes or medicine cabinets, and SALTO also offers many simple and user-friendly solutions for this,” says Jørgensen.

SALTO is used as an access control system in many businesses, housing associations, schools, hotels, colleges, hospitals and other public buildings. Over the past year, approximately 35,000 SALTO units have been installed in Denmark.

Danish distributor SALTO Sanistål listed several advantages of SALTO access control:

  • User-friendly software for managing key fobs or key cards
  • Quick overview of badges and associated access rights
  • Can be installed on existing doors
  • Easy to remove lost key fobs
  • Easy creation of new key rings
  • The key card can be used for payment in canteens or similar establishments

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