What are the part numbers for the Schlage blocking rings?

Depending on the application, there are two types of blocking rings offered - One for use with a compression ring, and one for use without.  When a compression ring is used, it's diameter is larger than the face of the cylinder, so a larger blocking ring is needed.  When a compression ring is not used, the blocking ring only has to match the cylinder face, so it has a smaller diameter.  See Figure 1 for a comparison.

 

 

Figure 1 - Blocking ring diameter.

After selecting the correct blocking ring, specify the thickness.  The table below shows the different thicknesses that the rings are offered in.

  


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