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Available in a variety of sizes, materials, and configurations, our selection of cam and slam latches can be used to securely hold closed doors, cabinets, access panels, electrical enclosures, HVAC units, and other protected areas. Cam latches are commonly referred to as quarter-turn latches because they use a key, handle, or knob to turn the pawl 90 degrees to catch on the frame panel. Compression latches are similar to cam latches in that they latch in a quarter turn; however, an additional quarter turn draws the pawl into the frame, compressing gaskets between the door and frame to create a seal that helps prevent dust or water from entering the enclosure. Slam latches, also known as push-to-close latches, provide a hands-free method of closing a door or panel. Our range includes latches that meet IP and NEMA standards, as well as locking, non-locking, and padlockable options.
Cam latches are commonly referred to as quarter-turn latches because they use a key, handle, or knob to turn the pawl 90 degrees to catch on the frame panel.
Adjustable Compression Latches are IP65 rated and are made from either Chrome or Black Powder Coated Die-Cast Zinc. They offer a 6mm compression and there are 3 cam styles available; either flat, offset or deep. The cam can be used forward or reversed and the latch provides good compression and noise isolation. The 2 fixing sizes available are 20.2mm x 22.2mm and 19.2mm x 22.2mmAdjustable Compression Latches w/Wing Knob are used for cabinets that require better sealing under vibration. The range comes in a choice of finish and are available in locking and non locking versions.
Slam latches, also known as push-to-close latches, provide a hands-free method of closing a door or panel. The sprung cam lifts and returns when the door is closed. As the panel door is pushed to, the cam rises and then springs down behind the panel wall.Push Button Latches have a push button opening and a slam shut action. They are single hole installation for added ease and suit various panel thicknesses.