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Are the Everest D family keys and cores restricted?
All of the Everest D sections/keyways are restricted....
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Can Primus keys operate non Primus cylinders?
A Primus key can operate a non Primus cylinder as long as the keyway is the same or the key is a multi-section.  Additionally, the cylinder must be pinned to be operated by the top cuts of the Primu...
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How is a bitting list obtained?
A purchase order must by entered through Order Entry.Part number 50-123 for Schlage and 50-123F for Falcon.  Reference the structure number (preferred) or an order number for existing master...
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What is a sample letter of authorization for restricted key systems?
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What tools and pinning kits are required to service Everest 29 keys and cylinders?
The current tools, pinning kits and key originating machines for all Schlage Everest full size cylinders and small format cores are the same used on Everest 29....
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What is Everest 29 keyway?
Schlage Everest 29 is a new keyway family that launched in August 2012 and is patented until 2029. It offers the highest level of restricted key system security by Schlage through patent protection of...
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When did Everest 29 keyways become the default?
Schlage changed to the Everest 29 default keyway on March 4th, 2013. At that time, Everest 29 S123 became the default keyway for all Schlage locks. Everest product is still available but must be s...
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Why is there a hole in the bow of the new Everest 29 keys?
The hole in the Everest 29 key bow allows for the manufacturing process of the patented design and gives the ability to immediately distinguish the Everest 29 key from its predecessors. The Everest ...
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Can I upgrade to an Everest 29 system and still use my Everest keys?
Existing Everest keys will not work in Everest 29 cylinders     Related solution: Can I upgrade to an Everest 29 system and use my new keys on my existing Everest cylinders?...
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Can I upgrade to an Everest 29 system and use my new keys on my existing Everest cylinders?
Everest 29 keys will work in Everest keyways. The R, S, and T keyways are completely backwards compatible to the Everest B, C, and D keyways respectively.   Related solutions:  What is Evere...
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