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Penn Elcom Large MOL®4 Latch in Plain Dish L944/530MOL4 £8.53
Large MOL®4 Recessed Butterfly Latch in Deep Plain Dish. 10mm / 3/8 From Split to Hole Centre.
Securely close your case with a Penn Elcom MOL® automatic positioning latch mounted in a large recessed dish. For use on large-sized cases. The PennBrite zinc plating offers an excellent protection against corrosion with a distinctive bright Penn Elcom finish. The fixing holes are 10mm / 3/8 away from the central split of the dish making it perfect for hybrid edge extrusions. With a depth of only 10mm / 3/8, the shallow dish will not protrude inside the case, even when used with panels as thin as 10mm / 3/8.
Around the globe, the MOL® name is synonymous with high quality and dependability. Invented in 1995, the MOL® range of flight case latches revolutionised the industry and redefined standards in flight case locking. This new generation of MOL® latches is designed with a new cantilever automatic open / closes function. This new patented system makes locking and unlocking cases a whole lot easier, even with one hand or in the dark. The patented low-level T-Cam latch mechanism allows the latch to be almost completely flush even in a shallow 10mm / 3/8 deep dish. The MOL4® comes with two integrated padlock brackets on each side of the latch: a simple and convenient solution to add an extra level of security.
- With Patented MOL®4 Automatic Positioning Latch System
- Dish Width: 127mm / 5
- Dish Height: 174mm / 6 7/8
- Dish Depth: 10mm / 3/8
- Offset: No
- Lockable: With Padlock Bracket
- Finish: PennBrite
- Material: 1.2mm / 18 gauge Steel
- Weight: 0.44kg / 0.97lb
- Maximum Working Load Capacity: 140kg / 308lb
- Panel Cut-Out Size:
- Cut-Out Width: 96mm / 3 3/4
- Cut-Out Height: 96mm + 49mm / 3 3/4 + 1 15/16
- From Split to Hole Centre: 10mm / 3/8
- Mounting Holes: 14 x 5.2mm / 3/16
- Rivets Required for Installation: 14
- Suits L0526 Backplate
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Jennifer from United States asks
Could you tell me if you have a 3D model available for this part so I can place it into my next higher assembly?