Latches & Locks
(10 product groups)
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We carry a diverse line of locking and non-locking latches that are used to securely hold closed doors, cabinets, access panels, electrical enclosures, HVAC units, and other protected areas. Shank latches have a T-shaped or L-shaped handle that turns the pawl to hook or unhook it from the frame panel. Paddle latches have a recessed paddle-like handle that is grasped and pulled to retract the catch. Panel latches are used to connect butt ends of two panels together. Ring-pull latches have a recessed circular handle that when pulled releases the catch back from the catch keeper. Swell latches use the compression of a rubber bushing through a single hole to hold the door against the frame panel. Explosion-proof latches are designed to maintain a seal under normal conditions but provide venting if an internal explosion occurs. Draw latches use a lift-and-catch design to draw two items together using tension. Hasps have a hinged metal strap with a slotted opening that fits over a knob or ring. Slide locks, barrel bolts, and gate latches are three types of latches that use a sliding action to engage a catch.
Draw Latches & Keepers
Draw latches use a lift-and-catch design to draw two items together using tension.
Explosion Proof Latches
These pressure release latches provide venting in the event of internal explosion and maintain a seal in order to prevent loss of heat and/or escape of gasses under normal conditions. Latches have an adjustable strike and the release force is adjustable.
Screw on hasps offer ease of use by simply closing the latch and turning the knob to secure the door shut.
Kit can be used with any 5⁄16" square shanked handles for two point locking. Kit includes two gold zinc plated steel rods, two plastic rod guides, steel cam, two steel bushings, two wave washers, and three set screws. The Quarter Turn lock range is supplied with a range of accessories including fixing rings. These are supplied in two different types; one in Spring Steel and the other in Die Cast Zinc. They are suitable for all locks with a 20.2 x 22.2 fixing hole. These are quarter turn latch accessories. Available in 3 styles; 2 are latch hooks and 1 is a latch finger pull. Latch and Lock Keys are specific to their parent part for additional security and will often need to be ordered separately. All of the keys for our locks and latches are available here.
Locking Paddle Latch with Right & Left LatchingProducts are flush mounting, available either all stainless steel or black powder coated with bright zinc plated slide. Maximum working load is 125lbs.Products are flush mounting, cup, paddle and cover are type 304 stainless steel. Slide is 1010 steel, chrome plated. Three grip ranges availabe. Maximum working load is 50 lbs.
T-Handles are used for applications where flush mounting is required. The range offered is essentially for heavy duty applications. Offered in locking styles.
Ring Pull Latches
Locking flush ring-pull latches can be used in various applications. These are low profile, corrosion resistant latches that can be locked with a key to prevent the ring from moving.Non-locking flush ring-pull latches are low profile, corrosion resistant latches. Maximum working load is 60 lbs.
Shank latches have a T-shaped or L-shaped handle that turns the pawl to hook or unhook it from the frame panel.
Slide, Bolt & Gate Latches
Spring loaded latches are simple to install, heavy duty locking devices available in 2 different styles. Style A would be used in a "Pull shut" application while Style B would be used in a "Push Shut" application.Slam Action Slide Latches. Ideal for corrisive environment applications. Simply lift the knob, slide it over and drop it into the notch.Gate latches are designed to accommodate a padlock (not included) security in corrosive environments.
Swell latches use the compression of a rubber bushing through a single hole to hold the door against the frame panel.