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Draw Latches

Draw Latches

Typically used on storage chests, tool boxes, and trunks, these latches pull together to hold lids or doors tightly closed. Simply slip the latch ring over the catch on the opposite side and push down to draw the two sides together.

Non-Locking Hasp

Pull back the handle to bring the two sides of these latches together. Push it down to secure the connection.

Steel

Stainless Steel

Zinc

Rubber

Glass Filled Nylon

Paddle Latch

Ensure that your latch stays closed until you want it open with these paddle latches. A safety lock keeps the latch engaged until a safety button is depressed to release it.

304 Stainless Steel

Spring Loaded

Enjoy reliable door retention and smooth release with these spring-loaded latches. Good for closets, cabinets, and small doors.

304 Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Draw Hasp with Staple

These latches have a concealed mount and a padlock hasp for added security.

Zinc Plated Steel

Stainless Steel

Passivated Stainless Steel

T-Handle

Use these T-handle latches for an ergonomic means of latching into the strike.

Stainless Steel

Rubber

Latching Rod

Pushing the handle on these latches down draws in an adjustable latching rod, bringing the two sides together.

Passivated Stainless Steel

Decorative Ring

Hold these decorative ring latches in place by looping the ring around the strike and pushing down on the handle to secure the ring.

Brass Plated Steel