Our 14mm cam latches are made from a combination of steel, stainless steel springs, and carbon steel roll pins for added strength and longevity. The pins are made of bright bar steel, and the cams are hollow bar steel.
The ESL14 is a premium multi-positional latch. It can be used as either a left or right orientated latch. Once you weld the body on, you can choose the have the handle pointing up or down. Once you have the handle in the desired closed position, just tack the cam to the body (right cam in the picture).
When you turn the handle it will unlock the gate. Let go of the handle and the spring will push the handle and bolt into the closed position.
Don't want your stock accidently injuring themselves or opening the gate? The pin of the ECL14 sticks out 100mm, which allows you to weld it on the inside of your gate. The pin is long enough to travel through your gate's frame and into the opposing frame or post. This means you can fully enclose your latch - perfect for cattle or sheep yards. Nice, clean and neat.
Sick and tired of your hand slipping off your latch handles? The ECL14's enclosed latch means you can grab hold of it when you are in a hurry, or when the latch of is wet. It is designed to give you a solid hold without your hand slipping off.
The ECL14 slam latch
Our TCL14 range of 14mm cam latches gives you the strength and versatility of the ECL14, without taking up so much room. Excellent for ute bodies, trailers or the outside of gates.
Our T-handle latch range comes in two orientations, left (TCL14L) and right (TCL14R), so make sure you order the side you want.
All of our 14mm slam latches are zinc plated to protect your latch from corrosion and ensure a long life.
The TCL14L and TCL14R slam latches
|Code||Pin Stick Out||Overall Length||Handle||Position||Units Per Box||RRP Per UnitInc. GST|
|ECL14||100mm||248mm||Enclosed||Left Or Right||10||$20.85*|
The ECLR14, TCL14L and TCL14R are technically called cam latches. This is because they contain two cams which work together to open and close the latch when the handle is turned.
Each latch is spring loaded and, when paired with a striker plate, pushes straight into the hole when closed.
Many farmers call them slam latches because you can slam the gate and know that the latches will catch.
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