Rugged latches

  • 19-Jun-2008 02:11 EDT
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Heavy-duty adjustable latches from Protex were designed for off-highway applications with up to 14,000 lb (6350 kg) load rating. The durable latches measure 350 x 80 x 38 mm (14 x 3.15 x 1.5 in) and are suitable for various off-highway vehicles with 7000 to 12,000 lb (3175 to 5443 kg) rated axles, including medium-range trailers, tandem duals, livestock, and flatbed goosenecks. A matching boltable catchplate for the latch is also available, as is the company’s load-rated light-, medium-, and heavy-duty draw latches in mild steel Restriction of Hazardous Substances-compliant zinc plate or stainless, suitable for the harsh environments of the construction and off-highway industries.

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