Non-Locking Flush Lock - Chrome/White with Offset Cam Bar 3/8 to 3"
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PERKONon-Locking Flush Lock - Chrome/White with Offset Cam Bar 3/8 to 3"

$54.99

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Model # 2358091 | Mfg # 0932DP2WHTUPC # 85226034015

Specs

Non-Locking Flush Lock - Chrome/White with Offset Cam Bar 3/8 to 3"

Name Value
Dimensions 2 1/2" Square
Material Chrome Plated Zinc
Type Handle

Product Overview

Flush mounted latch with two way adjustable cam.

Perko flush mounted latches feature a two-way adjustable cam and mounting ring to simplify installation and adapt to a wide variety of applications. The offset cam of this model has a vertical range from 3/8"—3" to engage the a strike and allows the latch to compensate for different deck and bulkhead thicknesses. A second adjustment can be made to the cam to increase or decrease its reach from the center of the latch. These latches install quickly in a 2" hole and can be secured to doors and hatches as thin as 1/4" and as thick as 1 1/8". The  White polymer body provides detents to hold latch in OPEN and CLOSED positions and is deep enough for the chrome-plated zinc handle to fold flat and out of the way. Reduce trip and snag hazards with an extremely adaptable Perko flush latch.

Key Features

  • Flush mounted locking latch with offset cam
  • Two-way adjustable offset cam allows fine tuning of reach and will work with deck and bulkhead thicknesses from 3/8"—3"
  • Mounts in 2" hole in doors and hatches 1/4"—1 1/8" thick
  • Detents hold latch in OPEN and CLOSED positions
  • Chrome-plated zinc handle provides 2-3 finger hold for lifting hatches of moderate weight
  • Stainless steel stem and locking nut
  • White polymer body (also available in Black)

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