Schlage Everest 29 Keys & Cylinders

Schlage of Carmel, Ind., an Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies brand, releases the Everest 29, patent-protected key system.

The patented designs of Everest 29 and Everest 29 Primus XP keyways prevent others from manufacturing or distributing the key blanks. The key system will have protection from unauthorized key duplication for up to 17 years, according to the company.

Patent-protected through 2029, the system is backwards compatible with current Everest cylinders, providing users the convenience of time to implement a phased migration to the Everest 29 key system while maintaining key control during the transition. Everest 29 keyways will also be available with Primus and Primus XP features, as well as provide a small format interchangeable core (SFIC) keyway option.


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