door latch

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Synonyms for door latch

spring-loaded doorlock that can only be opened from the outside with a key


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The door latch type and clamp ring type are preferred, particularly in the larger sizes, for ease of operation.
For the door latch recall expansion, the reference number is 15S16.
Although it is a rare condition, but in view of customer safety, the company is undertaking replacement of the door latch assembly proactively.
Well, I didn't fancy the favourite at all, and Door Latch was 12-1.
A radio recording reveals him telling controllers: "I went to the lavatory and the door latch broke.
This specially modified oven features 1" insulated walls throughout, aluminized steel interior, stainless steel exterior with #4 brushed finish, a heavy-duty door latch, and a reinforced door hinge.
The door latch was significant and substantial (S&S), Armstrong said, because it could impede the ability of the equipment operator to exit in an emergency, and he could be burned and permanently disabled if the equipment were on fire.
Cabinet doors feature a compact 270-degree door-swing design and a positive-closing magnetic door latch.
The name is taken from the Northern dialect, in which a sneck was a door latch.
Specifically, TriMark's new 050-0850 door latch module is designed for heavy-duty armored vehicle entrance and door applications.
Thieves got in by bending door latch and bypassing padlock mechanism.
When properly activated, the sensor triggers the door latch quickly and limits the number of people allowed in or out and the length of time the door can be opened.
When door latch won't catch, its because the latch doesn't align with the hole in the strike plate.
After arriving in Port Klang, Rizal spoke of how he survived on rainwater and coconuts that he opened with a door latch.