Southco Expands Robust Entry Door Solutions

By Michelle Howard
Thursday, August 07, 2014

Southco, Inc.  has recently launched nonlocking versions of its AC-30 and AC-40 Actuator styles that provide quick, reliable actuation in heavy duty applications.

 

Constructed of high-strength, corrosion-resistant materials, non-locking AC-30 and AC-40 Actuators are suited for rugged outdoor environments and interior applications.

 

The AC-30 features push button actuation and simple installation for applications where space is limited, while the AC-40 features a large integrated handle and push button for easy actuation with a gloved hand. Both AC-30 and AC-40 Actuators are available in locking and non-locking versions and provide direct, single or multipoint actuation. When combined with Southco R4 Rotary Latches and AC Cables, AC Actuators create a complete Rotary Latching System that provides secure, reliable remote latching for interior and exterior applications.


Product Manager James Stroud added, “Southco’s AC-30 and AC-40 Actuators are ideal for heavy duty, exterior applications where robust operation is required, such as Off-Highway, Transportation and Marine. Available with push button actuation and with or without an integrated handle, these actuators provide quick actuation of a latch indoors and out.”

 

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