Lever latch offers auto-relock functionality and modern appearance

Southco has introduced the newest product in its successful C2 series of lever latches, with a new push to lock option that incorporates an auto-relock feature.

With customisable features, versatile locking styles and a streamlined industrial appearance, the push to lock C2 lever latch provides upgraded functionality that can be used to demonstrate compliance with industry regulations.

The push to lock C2 lever latch from Southco offers a new auto-relock feature to comply with industry regulations requiring a key to access equipment panels, such as ISO-TS 28923. With adjustable grip that overcomes manufacturing tolerances and prevents gasket setting, and multiple locking styles, the C2 series can be customised to fit a variety of applications.

An integrated bumper helps to absorb vibration and noise, while preventing scratches to the panel frame. Additionally, the push to lock C2 lever latch has been redesigned with a more modern industrial appearance, providing a fresh option for manufacturers and design engineers.

Global product manager Jonathan Coulter said: “The push to lock C2 lever latch is an exciting new addition to one of our most successful product classes. The latch offers an auto-relock function to comply with new regulations, and the product’s versatile functionality makes it an ideal choice for a wide variety of applications.”

Southco

Wainwright Road
Warndon
Worcester
WR4 9FA
UNITED KINGDOM

01905 346722

info@southco.com

www.southco.com

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