New Two-Stage Rotary Latch

MaritimeEquipment.com
Friday, March 07, 2014
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Southco has expanded its line of rotary latching solutions with the launch of the compact R4-10 Two-Stage Rotary Latch, which allows for increased operator safety by eliminating false latching conditions in enclosure applications. The compact design of the R4-10 Two-Stage Rotary Latch occupies minimal space within the enclosure, providing concealed latching and increased security.

Southco’s R4 Rotary Latch product class provides a clean exterior surface free of pry points and push-to-close convenience for doors and panels. Available in corrosion-resistant steel and stainless steel, these latches are suitable for demanding environments and can be used in a broad range of applications across industries. Additionally, R4 Rotary Latches can be combined with Southco’s line of mechanical and electronic actuators and cables for a complete rotary latching system.

Global Product Manager James Stroud adds, “The R4-10 Two-Stage Rotary Latch prevents false latching and is well-suited to limited-space applications. The concealed nature of the R4-10 Two-Stage allows for improved industrial design for applications requiring enhanced security.”

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