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What are the keyway types and patents?
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 lock...
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Support for Sitemaster software.
Sitemaster support is handled by Matrix Security and all inquiries are directed to them.An FAQ for Sitemaster can be found hereTheir support line is 1-800-622-4893Videos and demo downloads availa...
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What is the difference between Primus and Primus XP?
Primus XP was released on 11/08/2007 with the following highlights: The XP is patented until 2024. Primus XP has the addition of a new #7 fingerpin with a unique angle combined with a new po...
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What is a wafer key?
Wafer keys were used prior to the current pin and tumbler design used today. These are discontinued and are no longer available.Information on wafer keys and keying can be found here....
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What sections are used on split keys?
Split key systems are delivered in the highest level section on the key tip (insert): L - obverse or classic Y - reverse 0000 - Paracentric ZZZZ - Quad D000 - restricted Everest C000 - open Ev...
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What is a display key?
A special change key in a hotel master key system which will allow access to one designated guest room, even if the lock is in the shut out mode.  It may also act as a shut out key for that room....
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Why are the Schlage commercial keys manufactured from nickel silver?
The primary benefit to the customer of using nickel silver rather than brass for our keys is that they wear better than brass thus improving the performance and longevity.  Some brass keys are plate...
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I have an ILCO key what is the Schlage equivalent?
The table below provides the Ilco cross reference to the Schlage keys.  Ilco Identification Section Pins Schlage Part # SC1 C 5 35-100 C SC4 C 6 35-1...
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What are the bittings for keys and cylinders ordered as a salesman sample?
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What punches are available to cut keys?
 See tables below for available punches.   KEY SECTION  BLUE PUNCH   Everest S*, C*, & Classic/Obverse*  40-075   Everest T* & D* ...
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