Southco Enhances Lever Latches

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Thursday, April 18, 2013
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Southco, Inc. added an optional rubber bumper accessory to the C2 Lever Latch and C5 Sealed Lever Latch product lines that provides consistent compression and reduces wear, vibration and noise.

C2 and C5 latches are solutions that have been tested in harsh working conditions. The sealed C5 protects against water and dust, and locking options on both models provide added security. For added design options, Southco offers the C5 in chrome and the C2 with two new head styles: 7 mm square and railway.

Project Leader Tom Aukzemas said, “The enhanced versions of our C2 and C5 latches are ideal for new installations as well as retrofits. With their easy installation and operation, and sleek, low profile design, these latches meet a wide range of application needs.”

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