Latch secures electrical panel boxes and cabinets.
May 24, 2005 - Model R6 uses stainless steel spring loop that acts as cam to provide variable compression force, which holds flush doors securely in place. Greater compression is applied as cam is turned. Offered in variety of sizes and configurations, latch comes with finger-actuated knurled knob or screwdriver-actuated knob. Hex, square, and access control tool drives are available.
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Nielsen Sessions Offers Enclosure and Cabinet Latch
HARTFORD, Conn., (May 12, 2005) – Nielsen Sessions has introduced a latch that offers ease of operation and durability for securing electrical panel boxes, cabinets, and similar applications. The simple yet functional R6 latch uses a spring loop that acts as a cam to provide variable compression force that holds flush doors securely in place. Greater compression is applied as the cam is turned.
The cam loop is made of stainless steel for consistent performance and long service life.
The R6 latch is offered in a variety of sizes and configurations. Two standard knobs are offered: a knurled knob for convenient finger actuation and a screwdriver actuation knob. Hex, square, and access control tool drives are also available.
Nielsen Sessions is a division of Actuant Corporation (NYSE: ATU), a $1 billion diversified industrial company with operations in more than twenty-five countries. The Actuant businesses are market leaders in highly engineered position and motion control systems and branded hydraulic and electrical tools and supplies. The companies include such industry leaders as Enerpac, Gardner Bender, Power Packer, Kwikee Products and Power Gear. For more information on Nielsen Sessions, visit www.hardwaremadeeasy.com.