SELL YOUR PRODUCTS
*mynauticexpo  
English

Boat latch E3
compressionfor doors

boat latch
boat latch
boat latch
boat latch
boat latch
boat latch
boat latch
boat latch
Add to favorites
Compare this product
 

Characteristics

Application domain
for boats
Type
compression
Other characteristics
for doors

Description

Southco’s VISE ACTION® Compression Latches provide mechanical advantage, ensuring tight, vibration resistant door closure to seal out water and dust, while allowing easy access with a choice of key and tool security options. The smooth operation of the VISE ACTION® design aligns the cam behind the frame and draws it up tight with a single continuous half-turn motion. FEATURES AND BENEFITS The smooth operation of the VISE ACTION® design aligns the pawl behind the frame and draws it up tight with a single continuous half-turn motion. Its compression action provides consistent 6.4 mm (.25") pull-up for environmental sealing in gasketed applications, and helps reduce or eliminate noise and rattles caused by vibration. Over-center latching resists accidental opening due to shock or vibration. Six body styles accommodate various door/panel thicknesses, grip ranges, actuator styles, and interior protrusion Easy-to-grip knob and handle-actuated styles provide quick, simple access More than 45 key-actuated and tool-actuated styles restrict access and discourage vandalism Low-profile and flush-mount styles minimize protrusion above panel Available in fixed-grip and adjustable grip versions Many models suitable for NEMA 4 and IP-65 applications Single-hole mounting styles provide for convenient installation Compact version with shortened housing for limited space applications AVAILABLE OPTIONS Available in a range of materials and finishes, including: stainless steel, chrome plated, or black powder coated

VIDEO

Catalogs

*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.