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Schlage AL50BD-SAT Entrance/Office Cylindrical Lock Prep For SFIC (Less Core)Schlage AL50BD-SAT Entrance/Office Cylindrical Lock Prep For SFIC (Less Core)
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Schlage AL50BD-SAT Entrance/Office Cylindrical Lock Prep For SFIC (Less Core)

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Schlage AL50BD applications: Standard duty commercial for exterior and interior doors of medical, office, hotel/motel, public buildings, religious, multi-family, retail/storefront and government facilities. Also ideal for heavy duty residential use.

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• Heavy duty compression springs extend life of spring cage and provide smooth, fast return action of levers and minimize droop.
• True through-bolting prevents lock chassis rotation and disengagement from latch.
• Stainless steel interlocking spindle design for added strength against excess force.
• Cold rolled steel, machined, threaded hubs and locking nuts prevent loosening of the lockset by bolting chassis to the door.
• Heavy duty cast mounting plate with specially tapped holes keeps lockset tight on door. Large diameter of mounting plate and rose covers new ANSI hollow metal door cutout.
• Patented door range adjuster allows quick and easy adjustment of the AL-Series for 1-3/8˝ to 1-7/8˝ (35 mm to 48mm) thick doors.
• Lever Design: Saturn (SAT) Lever Handles
• Finishes: 605 Bright Brass, 606 Satin Brass, 609 Antique Brass, 612 Satin Bronze, 613 Oil Rubbed Bronze, 619 Satin Nickel, 625 Bright Chromium Plated and 626 Satin Chromium Plated

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Schlage
Model AL50BD-SAT
Lock Functions AL50BD - Entrance/Office Lock - Push-button locking. Push-button locks outside lever until unlocked with key or by rotating inside lever.
Door Thickness 1-3/8˝ to 1-7/8˝ (35 mm to 48mm) standard. 2˝ (51mm) optional.
Backset 2-3/4˝ (70mm) standard. 2-3/8˝ (60mm), 3-3/4˝ (95mm) and 5˝ (127mm) optional.
Handing Non-Handed
Keying/Keyways Small Format Interchangeable Core (SFIC). The SFIC version is designed for Schlage Everest B Family restricted keyway cores and is also completely compatible with Best®, Falcon, etc. small format cores.
Latchbolt Brass, chrome plated, 1/2” throw, deadlocking on keyed and exterior functions
Exposed Trim Wrought brass and bronze. Levers are pressure cast zinc, plated to match finish symbols.
Strikes ANSI curved lip strike 4-7/8” x 1-1/4” x 1-1/4” lip to center standard. Optional strikes, lip lengths and ANSI wrought strike box available
Compliances Federal: Meets FF-H-106C Series 161.
California State Reference Code: (Formerly Title 19, California State Fire Marshal Standard) All levers with less than 1/2” (64mm) returns comply; Schlage levers return to within 1/2” of door face.
Meets A117.1 Accessibility Code
Certifications Meets or exceeds A156.2 Series 4000, Grade 2 strength and operational requirements
U.L. Listed All locks listed for A label single doors, 4’ x 8’. Letter F and UL symbol
Warranty 3 Year Limited Warranty
Weight 5.0000

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