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Stainless Steel Push to Close Latches

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Female Spring Loaded Socket for Striker Catch

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Spring Loaded Socket is a latch working with a spring system to operate the lock and release mechanism. This door latch is compatible with two strikers to be ordered independantly depending on the mounting requirement.

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Key Lock Push Button Slam Shut Latches

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Push Button Latches have a push button opening and a slam shut action. They are a single hole installation for added ease and suit various panel thicknesses. This range offer a choice of cut out, material and locking security with key or no key.

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Spring Loaded Slide Latches

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Our Spring Latch range is suitable for wood and metal applications. Easy to install, they feature single hole mounting on frame and door.

Our Slam Latches are a type of Spring Loaded Bolt Latch or Slide Latch; they are mechanical closure devices that enable drawers, doors and cabinets, across a host of applications, to be pushed or slammed shut securely. These slide latches are ideal for utility boxes, sliding doors, or indeed any application that requires levels of force when closing.

Our Spring Door Latch range also has Spring Loaded Latches featuring nose up or nose down options, as well as Spring Lock Latches with or without a stud.

  • Materials: Zinc Plated Steel and Stainless Steel AISI 304.

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Screw Grabber Catch Latches – Side Mount

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Side-mount style has spring-loaded over-center latching. Latches can be mounted in any orientation; catch and keeper are marked to match proper orientation

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