Latches with handle
|Accessories on request||
– Key GN 119.2.
Sheet steel zinc-plated, blue passivated.
|Features and applications||
Latches with handle GN 119.3 are used when the application requires both a locking mechanism and a handle. <BR>The handle with integrated lock is an attractively designed and cost-effective solution. <BR>The locking mechanisms have a draw-in range of 10 mm. The unit is locked by turning clockwise.
Zinc alloy die-cast.<BR>- Version <STRONG>SW</STRONG>:<STRONG> </STRONG>RAL 9005 black colour, matte finish epoxy resin coating. <BR>- Version <STRONG>SR</STRONG>:<STRONG> </STRONG>RAL 9006 silver colour, matte finish, epoxy resin coating. <BR>
Zinc-plated steel, blue passivated.
|Standard versions available||
– Type <STRONG>DK</STRONG>: Operation with triangular spindle (DK7).<BR>- Type <STRONG>VK7</STRONG>: Operation with square spindle A/F7.<BR>- Type <STRONG>VK8</STRONG>: Operation with square spindle A/F8.<BR>- Type <STRONG>VDE</STRONG>: Operation with double bit.<BR>
|Technical and assembly instructions||
By turning the latch clockwise, the stepped door locking bar engages behind the door frame and pulls the door shut. <BR>The large tractive range of 10 mm also allows doors with sealing strips to be locked without any problems. When selecting the clamping range A, the sealing strip may have to be taken into account. <BR>For mounting, the door is fitted with two bore holes as shown in the outline drawing opposite, attached at a distance of 23 mm from the door frame. <BR>The spigot (M22x1.5) has 4 surfaces, allowing the handle also to be used with the standard bore holes of door latches GN 119. <BR>The locking enclosure with the preassembled operating bolt is pushed through from the front and fixed in place with the hexagonal nut. The distance sleeve and the door locking bar is then plugged on at the back and fixed in place with the hexagonal screw.