ILCO 5 PIN KEYED KNOB, LEVER AND DEADBOLT CYLINDER SCHLAGE 15995SC 26D 0B
The ILCO 5 Pin Keyed Knob, Lever and Deadbolt Cylinder Schlage 15995SC 26D 0B operates most Grade 1 and 2 knob cylinder locksets, lever sets and deadlocks. Ilco cylinders are machined from solid brass bar stock, engineered and manufactured to OEM specifications. Master Key and Grand Master Key quality and are re-keyable to original manufacturers systems. The broad selection of models and components within our line provides you with the flexibility to cover numerous applications. All KIK, KIL, and KID cylinders are available factory master keyed/construction master keyed.
- Operates most Grade 1 & 2 knob cylinder locksets/leversets and deadlocks
- Screw cap retainer
- Solid Brass
- Drilled 6 keyed 5
- Comes with 6 tailpieces
- Schlage C Keyway
FAQ's ABOUT CYLINDER LOCKS
Q: What is a cylinder lock?
A: A cylinder lock is a type of lock that uses a cylinder to secure a door or other opening. The cylinder is a hollowed-out piece of metal that contains the lock mechanism and a keyway for inserting a key.
Q: How does a cylinder lock work?
A: Cylinder locks work by using a key to turn the cylinder, which then moves the lock mechanism to unlock or lock the door. The key aligns the pins within the cylinder in a specific way, allowing the cylinder to rotate and the lock to open.
Q: What are the advantages of using a cylinder lock?
A: Cylinder locks offer a high level of security, as they are difficult to pick or force open. They are also relatively easy to install and can be easily rekeyed if necessary. Additionally, cylinder locks come in a variety of sizes and styles, making them suitable for a wide range of applications, such as storefronts, banks, hospitals, schools, and other commercial businesses.
Q: What are the different types of cylinder locks?
A: Some types of cylinder locks include: single cylinder, double cylinder, thumbturn cylinder, and interchangeable core cylinder locks.
Q: Can I rekey my cylinder lock?
A: Yes, cylinder locks can be rekeyed relatively easily by a locksmith or someone with the proper tools and knowledge. This process involves changing the pins within the cylinder to prevent the old key from working and allowing the use of a new key.
Q: Can I change the cylinder of my lock?
A: Yes, you can change the cylinder of a lock relatively easily. This process involves removing the old cylinder and replacing it with a new one, which can be done by Smallwood Lock & Supply if you're local to the Kansas City metro area, a locksmith or someone with the proper tools and knowledge.
Q: Are cylinder locks suitable for outdoor use?
A: It depends on the type of cylinder lock and its construction. Some cylinder locks are designed for outdoor use and may be weather resistant, while others may not be suitable for outdoor use. It's best to check with the manufacturer or Smallwood Lock & Supply to determine if a specific cylinder lock is suitable for outdoor use.
Q: What are the common problems with cylinder locks?
A: Some common problems with cylinder locks include: key getting stuck in the lock, lock not turning, and lock not locking or unlocking properly. These problems can be caused by a variety of factors, such as worn or damaged parts, dirt or debris in the lock, or improper installation.