what does TD mean on schlage lock

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On ND locks manufactured on or after January 30, 2017 only the SFIC lever and SFIC driver are needed to convert the lock from Full Size conventional (PD) or Full Size IC (JD, RD, TD) prep to S...
On ND locks manufactured prior to January 30, 2017, the lever, spring cage and tailpiece needed to be replaced with the SFIC lever, SFIC spring cage and the SFIC driver . N123-056 - Outside sp...
The minimum rose that can be used on the 61L (ANSI/BHMA A156.115.18) preparation is 3 7/16". Steelcraft's 61L lock prep (often referred to as the "Squashed Turtle lock prep") is designed for Bored...
A current PDF copy of the Steelcraft Tech Data Manual is available on the Steelcraft website and can be downloaded here. To order a printed copy of the Steelcraft Tech Data Manual contact the Cust...
Schlage only offers a limited number of keyways that match the BEST sections. Available in keys and cores.Specify keyway using the B suffix: AB = A, BB=B, CB=C, DB = D, DDB=DD, EB = E, FB = F, GB =...
Communicating Frames are hollow metal frame fabricated such that a door is installed in each rabbet of a double rabbeted frame (2 doors total) to facilitate dual access and control of the opening, ...
Schlage changed to the Everest 29 default keyway on March 4th, 2013. At that time, Everest 29 S123 became the default keyway for all Schlage locks. Everest product is still available but must be sp...
Grade 1 locks are tested and certified to be in compliance with the following ANSI/BHMA Standards:   Cylindrical, Bored and Preassembled Locks & Latches   8...
Grade 2 locks are tested and certified to be in compliance with the following ANSI/BHMA Standards: Cylindrical, Bored and Preassembled Locks & Latches 400,000 Certified Cycles ANSI...