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unknown (to me) Schlage Everest 29 key.

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Post Thu May 05, 2016 11:18 pm

unknown (to me) Schlage Everest 29 key.

Greetings, I was wondering if you guys could help me out with this key. I had to borrow it to get into a locked room and it was unheard of for me so that's why I am here to ask you guys about it.
Well not too sure what to say now but here is some info on the lock, key and building that i know of. The building was constructed in 2015 and locks were installed in 2015 too, locks are all SFIC.
Anyways I would like to know what all the numbers mean and if anyone can find me some info from schlage.

Thank you for reading, sorry for my poorly constructed question as I didn't know what to say.
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Post Thu May 05, 2016 11:24 pm

Re: unknown (to me) Schlage Everest 29 key.

Also here is a lock in the building on a privacy lock.
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Post Fri May 06, 2016 12:14 am

Re: unknown (to me) Schlage Everest 29 key.

The numbers are pretty easy, one will associate the key with a particular group of locks (the original "job"), one would be a blind code (the combination) and the last would be a serial number (individual ID). Other than that you are experiencing Schlage commercial products.
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Post Fri May 06, 2016 1:01 am

Re: unknown (to me) Schlage Everest 29 key.

mastersmith wrote:The numbers are pretty easy, one will associate the key with a particular group of locks (the original "job"), one would be a blind code (the combination) and the last would be a serial number (individual ID). Other than that you are experiencing Schlage commercial products.

Thank you for your response. Also is the system here individual for this facility only ex: sidebar,keyway etc?
also why is there not a schlage logo?
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Post Fri May 06, 2016 1:06 am

Re: unknown (to me) Schlage Everest 29 key.

That would be a Schlage Everest 29 key and lock. http://us.allegion.com/irstdocs/brochure/106656.pdf

R134 keyway unless my eyes fail me, and the triangle logo is Mount Everest for the Everest line of locks which use a check pin and not a sidebar.

the lack of "Schlage" logo may be a security feature where you can order what's called a a Neuter Bow, so that someone at the hardware store won't know what brand the lock is and make it harder to copy.
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Post Fri May 06, 2016 5:22 pm

Re: unknown (to me) Schlage Everest 29 key.

Everest 29 SFIC - all keyways are restricted.
Squelch - it's not really a neuter bow, in this case it just provides more room for stamping.
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