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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...
All of the Everest D sections/keyways are restricted.
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 Evere...
Primus XP high security cylinders are available to add patented* key control and varying degrees of geographical exclusivity to most Schlage 6-pin key systems, whether using Everest or Classic keyw...
HIGH SECURITY Primus/Primus XP: In addition to six cuts for standard locking mechanism, there are five side finger pins to operate the secondary sidebar lock. Primus keys will operate non-Primus l...
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.
Schlage offers a comparable cam to the Yale 2160 and it will operate any Yale lock that utilizes the Yale 2160 cam.     Schlage Cams for Yale 2160  Part Number  Description  B520-7...
Part number 80-037 is the combinated Schlage Everest small format interchangeable core and is available in the restricted Everest B Family keyways. Part number 80-036 is an uncombinated version.