Southco introduces new TM-10-101-24 door latch
The Engineering Network Ltd
Posted to News on 16th Jan 2024, 13:45

Southco introduces new TM-10-101-24 door latch

Southco has introduced a new door latch, the TM-10-101-24. This surface-mounted latch actuates with a simple button push and smooth quarter turn that removes or inserts the handle into a keeper beside the panel.

Southco introduces new TM-10-101-24 door latch

This actuation method ensures that the latch does not open accidentally, even under heavy loads or unpredictable environments.

Manufactured from 316 grade stainless steel and electropolished to a smooth finish, it also offers superior actuation feel and aesthetics. This intuitive yet secure design combines with beautiful and durable construction to deliver a high-quality look and actuation experience that end users will notice.

The TM-10-101-24 door latch meets the needs of applications like swim doors on boats, where users need a combination of security, ease of use, and aesthetics. Its electropolished finish and stainless-steel construction keeps it looking and feeling smooth despite long-term exposure to salt water.

The latchs keeper also includes a nylon insert to further improve actuation feel and decrease wear on components. Due to its push-button actuation, the latch remains secure in rough waters, and will not actuate even if cargo or crew accidentally bump into it.

Surface mounting makes the TM-10-101-24 door latch easy to incorporate in a wide variety of designs. Its rounded outer profile also reduces catch points, so there is less of a chance for equipment or clothing to pull on it. This increases passenger and crew safety.

Southco Manufacturing Ltd

Touch Point, Wainwright Road
Warndon
WR4 9FA
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1905 346722

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