Standard Size Emergency for Occupancy Indicator Key Blank from the D200 Collection
Falcon brand locks are built to last, and the more keys the better. Falcon locks can be keyed to use this solid nickel key. Deadbolt locks provide an extra measure of protection against break-in when used as a supplement to an existing lockset. In applications ranging from military and government projects to multi-family housing, retail and restaurants, Falcon deadbolts deliver superior performance and the flexibility of multiple keying systems. Their full line of Grade 1 and 2 auxiliary locks feature interchangeable cores that are compatible with SFIC products from other manufacturers. And they’re backed by Ingersoll Rand, the best name in the business.
For over 40 years Falcon Lock has been manufacturing reliable lock hardware. Their reputation and commitment to providing a high quality product at a reasonable price with timely delivery has been rewriting the standard in their industry. Falcon has one of the most extensive lines available on the market today- with a choice of functions and applications to meet and outreach the most demanding requirements. They continue to keep a pulse on our market by working closely with various agencies and organizations, such as ANSI/BHMA, who are responsible for the writing of specifications and standards. This allows them to improve and meet the needs of a changing market with reliable and flexible locks, delivered on time, exactly when you need them.
- Door Use with D200 Deadbolts
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Our SKU: Falcon 61-509
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Falcon 61-509
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
Falcon 61-509 Product Specifications
|D Series Installation|
|Falcon Brand Warranty|
|Approved for Commercial Use||Yes|
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