Emtek Greeley Tubular Entry Set Sandcast
Emtek Greeley Tubular Entry Set Sandcast
– Standard 2-1/8″ Door Prep
– Schlage C Keyway
– Standard latch is for 2-3/8″ backset. Specify 2-3/4″ backset if required
– Handing required if Lever used on inside or if Interconnect device is specified
Additional Dimensions: (Part #451923)
Exterior Projection is 2 7/8”
Interior Projection Depends on Handle Style Overall Grip thickness: 1 1/16″
Clearance between door & grip: 1 1/2″ Plates thickness: 1/2″
Additional Dimensions: (Part # 451112 & 451332)
• Exterior Projection is 3”
• Interior Projection Depends on Handle Style
• Overall Grip thickness: 111⁄16”
• Clearance between door & grip is 17⁄8”
• Plates thickness: 1⁄2”
Do you have extension kits for extra thick doors on Emtek Greeley Tubular Entry?
Yes. Depending on the style of the lock and the thickness of the door, some items will have to be modified in our factory.
*Please refer to the technical specifications for further detail.
How do I remove the knob/lever?
You are not advised to remove the knob or lever. Doing so may result in denial of warranty. The knob/lever is spring-loaded to the plate and held on with washers and e-clips or snap rings.
*If you are having trouble tightening the screws near the knob, see below.
How do I tighten the screws near the knob?
Try to insert and tighten the screws by hand then use an “L” shaped screwdriver.
We recommend protecting the knob with a rag or thick plastic bag.
How come my knob/lever wiggle?
Make sure the you have tightened the setscrew on the stem of the knob/lever. The setscrew does not hold the knob/lever onto the trim plate, but it does tighten the knob/lever onto the spindle.
What if my bores are too big? (Diameter larger than 2 1/8″)
It might be time to purchase a new door.
Do dummy handle sets require boring?
Yes. The dummy handle still has the bell housing on it, and the deadbolt still requires through-bore mounting. It is the same prep as the active, but no edge prep is necessary.
What do I need to make a double cylinder into a single cylinder?
You will need:
An interior trim for a single cylinder, either the whole thing for a monolithic plate or the inside deadbolt trim for a sectional.
New tailpiece for the outside cylinder. Single cylinder tailpieces are long, flat, straight and narrow to go all the way through the door. Double cylinder tailpieces are forked and shorter, to meet in the middle. A double cylinder tailpiece will not work for a single cylinder application.
What do I need to make a single cylinder into a double cylinder? You will need: An interior trim for a double cylinder, either the whole thing for a monolithic plate or the inside deadbolt trim for a sectional. New tailpiece for the outside cylinder. Double cylinder tailpieces are forked and shorter, to meet in the middle. Single cylinder tailpieces are long, flat, straight and narrow to go all the way through the door. Single cylinder tailpiece will not work for a double cylinder application. How close together can I get the sectionals to go?
See the dimension page for that particular handle set in the reference manual. Take the height of the top trim, and the height of the trim plate around the thumb press, divide each number by 2 and add them together.
This will be the minimum bore spacing. The minimum means that the plates will be touching, and you should allow for at least 0.25″ clearance.
Lets’ take Emtek Greeley Tubular Entry
Outside deadbolt trim is 3.625″ high.
The trim around the thumb press is 4.5″ high.
3.625 ÷ 2 = 1.8125
4.5 ÷ 2 = 2.25
1.8125 + 2.25 = 4.0625
4.0625″, approximately 4 1/16″ is the minimum bore spacing. At that spacing they would be touching. You should bore their door at a minimum of 4 5/16″.
The outside thumb press spindle won’t engage with the latch, it’s crooked.
Spindle is what we call pre-loaded. It sits at an angle on purpose so that once installed, there will already be tension in the thumb press, keeping it tight and rattle free.
To install it: while pushing the outside trim onto the door, stick a screwdriver into the spindle hole of the latch from the inside and turn backwards. Once it engages, remove the screwdriver and continue mounting the handle set.
The outside thumb press spindle is too short.
Or outside thumb press spindle on most handle sets with reach up to 2″.
If the handle set needs a longer spindle for the outside thumb press, you will need to re-order the handle set and specify that you need it built for the thickness of your door.
When I put my key in the cylinder it just spins, it won’t retract the deadbolt.
This is probably due to the cap retainer pin on the back of the cylinder. If the cap retainer pin is lost or broken it will not catch the deadbolt.
It could also be that the tailpiece is broken, either at the end fitting into the thumb turn, or the end under the cylinder cap. Sometimes the cam will break off. If that is the case we will send you a new cylinder and advise you to check the alignment of the strike plate with the latch. If the alignment is off, this could cause excess friction on the latch, and excess tension on the interior components, resulting in breakage.
How come the Emtek Greeley Tubular Entry deadbolt only works with the key in it?
You may have installed it incorrectly. Remove the handle set from the door and re-install. Make sure that when you install it, the deadbolt latch is unlocked, and that the tailpiece is in the horizontal position. Installing the tailpiece in any other fashion may cause a malfunction.