Self-locking latch

  • 01-Jul-2010 03:49 EDT
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Series 75 over-center draw latches from Protex Fasteners offer versatility and security and are suitable for medium-duty applications in aggressive operating environments. The latches incorporate a raised tail profile for improved operation. Series 75 offers up to 10 mm (0.4 in) of grip range adjustment to suit guarding, enclosure, machine building, and process equipment applications across various operating temperatures and environments, including very low heat through the use of thick protective gloves. Units feature a compact base design for mounting on assembly components, as well as a spring-loaded rocker safety catch that engages automatically on closing and can be padlocked to provide extra security. Available in stainless and zinc-plated mild steel, Protex 75 Series latches are offered with a hook claw or solid strap for use with a range of catch plates.

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