Heavy-Duty Fasteners offer strength of 1,000 kgf.
June 8, 2005 - Produced in zinc-plated mild steel and measuring 207 x 40 x 2 mm, Type 47-2650 latches are designed for use with Type 04-2650 catchplates. Threaded draw bar provides up to 20 mm grip range adjustment. Design can also be secured by lockable padlock or optional purpose-designed sealing pins. Latches are suited for re-sealable fastening applications in agricultural, commercial vehicle, logistics, and safety equipment sectors.
Original Press release
Protex Fasteners Ltd
Redditch Herefordsh, , B98 8PA
New Budget Priced, Heavy Duty Fastener Introduced By Protex
A budget-priced, heavy duty latch is the latest addition to the range of quick-action fasteners from Protex, designer and manufacturer of the world’s largest single range of over-centre catches.
Designated the type 47-2650, the new product is ideal for a wide range of re-sealable fastening applications in the agricultural, commercial vehicle, logistics and safety equipment sectors.
It offers an ultimate strength of 1000 kgf and is equipped with a threaded draw bar, which provides up to 20 mm grip range adjustment. In addition, the new design can be secured by a lockable padlock or optional purpose-designed sealing pins.
Produced in zinc-plated mild steel and measuring 207mm long by 40mm wide and 22mm high, type 47-2650 latches are designed specifically for use with Protex type 04-2650 catchplates. The new fasteners are available direct from the manufacturer - without minimum order quantity restrictions - and can be purchased by credit card or by using a multi-currency on-line ordering facility on the company’s recently-updated website: www.protex.com. In addition, engineers can download fully dimensioned drawings of this and other Protex fasteners on demand to their desktops, ready for immediate inclusion in their own product designs.
About Protex Fasteners Ltd
Based in Redditch, Worcestershire, Protex Fasteners Ltd designs and manufactures the world’s largest stock range of over-centre type fasteners.
More than 500 quick-action variants are produced, in both stainless and mild steel, for applications in sectors as diverse as: sports and leisure, civil engineering, agricultural equipment, process industries, lifeboat and safety equipment, defence, marine products, aerospace and motorsports.
For further information please call:
Sally Exeter at Protex Fasteners Ltd on: 01527 63231.
or see the Protex Website: www.protex.com