Key-Alike Cylinders are sold in pairs. They can be installed in two separate doors (for example front door and back door) so the same key can be used in both locks.
A Premium High Performance 6 Pin euro cylinder manufactured by greenteQ available in brass and attractive bright nickel. Supplied in all of the common sizes each with 3 'Q' branded keys and fixing screws as standard.
2 Cylinders with Key both sides (supplied with 6 keys and fixing screws)
Premium quality euro profile 6 pin BS cylinder
Over 100,000 key combinations
BS EN 1303 classification 16000C62
Tested to achieve Corrosion Resistance of Grade 3, BS EN 1670. The Gamma range of cylinders meets the classification 16000C62 of BS EN 1303, where it has been endurance tested to 100,000 cycles.
Using 6 tumblers per key to provide pick protection with over 100,000 effective combinations to achieve a Key Security Grade 6. Hardened Anti-Drill pins are added to all cylinders as standard, resulting in a drilling/chisel/twisting Attack Resistance of grade 2.
Available in Brass or Nickel, with the option of 3 additional 'Q' branded key blanks.
Choose from the following sizes: 35/35, 35/50, 40/40, 40/45, 40/50, 40/55, 45/45, 45/50, 45/55 or 50/50
Note: The cylinders are bi-directional and therefore can be utilised in either orientation. For example a 45/55 can also be used as a 55/45.
What Size Do I Need?
The size of cylinder you need is determined by the thickness of the door and handle combination. It is possible to measure a door cylinder in the door, but to be sure it's best to remove it first.
Removing Existing Cylinder
Put your key in the lock and open the door. Remove the screw which is beneath the latch.
Turn the key while pulling the cylinder. As you do so the cam will line up with the rest of the lock and the cylinder will towards you. (The key usually needs to turned 25 degress). You can now measure the original cylinder.
Measuring the Cylinder
On the side of the cylinder under the cam, you will see a fixing hole. The size you require is determined by the distance from each edge of the cylinder to the centre of the fixing hole. See Diagram Above. Fitting the new cylinder will be the reverse of extraction.
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