SCHLAGE SFIC CORE

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The letters GD, HD, BD, or BDC should be put after the lock function. EXAMPLE: ND53BD GD = Schlage SFIC core HD = Construction core BD = Less core BDC = Plastic temporary construction core
The Schlage small format interchangeable core rim cylinders 80-329, 80-159, 80-116, and 08-129 can accept 6 pin and 7 pin small format cores.
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.
The Schlage B and BD cylinder suffixes designate less small format interchangeable core (SFIC) cylinder prep for the lock. Any SFIC, 6-pin or 7-pin, can be inserted into the lock and will operate t...
The Schlage AL-Series SFIC locks require one (1) small format spacer (D500-000) for 7-pin cores and two (2) small format spacers for 6-pin cores.  When these spacers are not ins...
Issue:  Schlage SFIC mortise cylinders have potential for the driver pins to fall out affecting the ability to lock and unlock the device.Facts: Housings manufactured between 06/01/2...
The ND85/AL85/A85 hotel lock is only available in a conventional Key-in-Lever cylinder.  Interchangeable core and Primus are not available with this function. 
A Primus Hotel cylinder (as well as an IC hotel cylinder) is not possible because there isn't enough room inside the cylinder for all of the required components. 
ND locks can be extended up to 6" Extended Outside.