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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 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
Use the cylinder suffix 'T' for full size interchangeable core or the cylinder suffix 'HD' for small format interchangeable core, see Figure 1.  Small format also has a disposable core option ...
The L9000 lock can be ordered for doors greater than 1 3/4" thick.  The allowable door thickness is dependent on the L lock function and how the lock is extended.  All locks for exte...
Von Duprin offers two options:   The CDSI/HDSI Dogging Indicator provides an at-a-glance verification of the status of the door from inside of the room. Visible “LOCKED” and “UNLO...
Schlage and Falcon use the P cylinder suffix to designate conventional key-in-lever (KIL) 6 pin cylinder.  The D means that the lock will have a deadlatch.
A lock specified by a cylinder suffix BDC will be supplied with a disposable small format construction core, see Figure 1 below.  There is no metal key but instead the BDC cylinder has a ...
A small format disposable core is used as a SFIC construction core that is for low security applications and can be thrown in the waste bin after use.