Marks Hi-Security Schlage replacement IC cores use standard SC1 depths, spaces and pinning. The Schlage system uses a seven pin control key blank. Locksmiths will usually cut the control key to the master key cuts for the first six spaces and then add the proper depth cut in the seventh position to operate the retainer pin.
Marks USA has two different programs for locksmiths. The first program allows Marks locksmith distributors to have one security code which is available to all locksmiths. There is no minimum buy-in. Locksmiths can purchase key blanks, plus zero-bitted or keyed lock cylinders. There is no paperwork involved. Individual locksmiths keep their own records of end-user names and addresses, master key system coding or any other customer information.
The second program grants a geographically exclusive security code to a dealer/locksmith. Locksmiths on the second program must purchase 20 cylinders, at least 100 five-pin or 100 six-pin key blanks, a key stamping die and a parts service kit. Locksmiths must choose one individual locksmith distributor to purchase from and that distributor agrees to keep an inventory of Marks Hi-Security key blanks in stock for each locksmith on the program.
Marks USA has developed one of the easiest-to-use Hi-Security packages available today. They have a patented system with low initial investment and minimal paperwork requirements to join the program. The lock system can be easily serviced on-site or in shop; all this from a reliable lock company such as Marks USA.
For further information contact your local Marks locksmith distributor or contact Marks USA at: 631-225-5400, www.marksusa.com.