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There are several ways to spot differences, see Figure 1, but the easiest is to look at the face of each core. The face of both cores looks like a "figure 8".  With small format, bo...
These references are from an old and outdated SDI 100 specification. The new specification SDI 100 ANSI A-250.8 does not contain letter designations for core material. Core constructions designat...
The full size interchangeable cores or FSIC from Schlage.
Use the cylinder suffix 'T' for full size interchangeable core or the cylinder suffix 'HD' for small format interchangeable core, see Figure 1.  Small format also has a disposable core option ...
UL437 is testing requirement that cylinders pass both a timed cylinder pick test and a forceful core/cylinder pull test.  We have various cylinders to meet this need, please reference our price boo...
Door cores are available as follows: L-Series SL-Series and A14-Series Doors: Honeycomb core is standard Polystyrene core is optional Polyurethane core is optional CE-Serie...
Refer to Table 1 for a list of T lock tailpieces for conventional cylinders.  Table 2 shows IC tailpieces. Table 1: T lock conventional tailpieces Table 2: T lock IC tailpieces
All doors are tested in accordance with ASTM C1363 and SDI 113:B18 Series (Steel Stiffeners)     U-Factor = 0.50     R-Value = 2.01B16 Series (Steel Sti...
Specify the J cylinder suffix followed by IC-CR6 or IC-CR7 (6 or 7 pin Corbin core) Example: T581J IC-CR6  This will accommodate an 8000 or 8000-7 Corbin Russwin Full Size core.
It is not possible to key SFIC and standard cylinders including Schlage FSIC into the same system.  A keyway name may be shared between the two key fami...