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Schlage Commercial Door Knobs

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Passage
Passage Function
  • Knob or lever turns freely on exterior and interior. Does not have a locking mechanism.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Hallways
  • Closets
  • Exit-Only
Privacy
Privacy Function
  • Knob or lever on exterior and allows for locking/unlocking via thumb turn or push button on interior.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Bathrooms
  • Hospital / Boarding Quarters
  • Patio Doors
Keyed Entry
Keyed Function
  • Full functioning knob or lever locked via a key. There are many Commercial Keyed Entry types – see Function for specific application options.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Entrances
  • Storerooms
  • Classrooms
Keyless Entry
Keypad
  • In lieu of a traditional key, a keypad allows for a pre-designated code to be entered to gain access. Keypads are offered in both electronic and mechanical configurations.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Entry Doors
  • High-Security Areas
  • Multi-family Housing
Dummy
Dummy Function
  • Knob or lever has no function. Simply acts as a door pull or to maintain aesthetic balance.
  • Most knobs/levers are available in “Single Dummy” function (just one knob/lever for one side of a door) and occasionally in “Dummy Sets” (knob/lever sets for both sides of a door).
  • Commonly used on:
  • Double Entry Doors
  • Closets/Supply Rooms
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Due to the wide variety of colors offered, we have grouped our hardware together by tones to help you narrow your search:

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Stainless Steel Finish
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Brass Tones
Nickel Tones

Nickel Tones
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Bronze Tones
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Handing is a term used to describe which way a door handle turns. To determine the handing of a door, stand on the outside of the room you are going to enter. For example, if you are entering your office, stand outside the office entirely; if you are considering a bathroom door, stand in the room that connects to the bathroom. Face the door. Notice which side the hinges are on.

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Door Swings Inward
  • Left handing - The hinges are on the left
  • Right handing - The hinges are on the right
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Door Swings Outward
  • Left hand reverse - The hinges are on the left
  • Right hand reverse - The hinges are on the right
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Backset

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The backset describes the length of the latch itself. To determine this, start at the edge of the door and measure out to the center of the borehole drilled in your door. 

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Door Thickness

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Most interior doors are 1-3/8 inches thick, while most exterior doors measure 1-3/4 inches. If your door is thicker than this, you may need an additional component known as a 'thick door kit.'

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Cross Bore

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The main bore hole in the door in which door hardware is mounted. The most common cross-bore measurement is 2-1/8.

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ADA Compliant
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Handles, pulls, latches, locks, and other operating devices on accessible doors shall have a shape that is easy to grasp with one hand and does not require tight grasping, tight pinching, or twisting of the wrist to operate. Lever-operated mechanisms, push-type mechanisms, and U-shaped handles are acceptable designs. When sliding doors are fully open, operating hardware shall be exposed and usable from both sides. Hardware required for accessible door passage shall be mounted no higher than 48 in (1220 mm) above finished floor.


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