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Schlage is a house hold name synonymous with security. For more than 80 years Schlage has been setting the standard for security products and door hardware in the United States. This Schlage F-Series F51AND/AND Andover keyed entry door knob set uses a decorative rosette which conceals the screws. These handles fit the standard bore hole of 2-1/8", have an adjustable backset and are field reversible so no handing is required. This set will fit virtually any application. All Schlage knob sets come with 2 knobs, 2 rosettes, latch, key and all mounting hardware needed for a complete keyed entry knob set. If you have any questions at all or would prefer to order by phone please call (866)259-8901. We are here to Help!
- Resistant to pick and bump security attacks, certified as meeting ANSI Grade 2 standards
- Easy 3-step installation, only a screwdriver needed
- Quality materials and construction for exceptional security
- Lifetime finish and mechanical guarantee (Oil-Rubbed Bronze is only a mechanical guarantee)
- Quality finishes coordinate with plumbing and lighting
- Applications: Residential single and multi-family doors
- Certifications: ANSI A156.2, 1996, Series 4000 Grade 2
- U.L. Listed: Locks for up to three-hour fire doors available
- Keying: 5-pin tumbler C keyway with two keys
- Door thickness range: 1-3/8" to 1-3/4" (35mm-44mm) standard
- Backset: Universal latch standard, fits either 2-3/8" (60mm) or 2-3/4" (70mm) backsets. 5" (127mm) backset available
- ADA compliant: No
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Questions & Answers (1)
Q: I am interested in this keyed entry lock and similar handleset. HOWEVER, in the picture on your site there is a gold/brass keyway which I do not like. the same item on the schlage website has a black keyway. Do you know the color as shipped, or is there a way to specify a matching or black keyway?
Asked by: Aaron - 01/04/2020
A: Aaron, The keyway would be black if the finish chosen is black. That is an old picture we will have changed.
Answer provided by: Michael - 01/05/2020