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Latch / Strike Plate


Latch / Strike Plate

A latch/strike plate is a crucial component of a door-locking system, providing the mechanism by which a door latches securely into place when closed. Typically consisting of two parts—the latch and the strike plate—it ensures proper alignment and secure closure of the door. The latch is affixed to the door itself, while the strike plate is mounted onto the door frame or jamb. When the door is closed, the latch engages with the strike plate, preventing the door from swinging open and enhancing security.

Key Features:

Durable Construction: Made from high-quality materials such as stainless steel, brass, or durable polymers, ensuring longevity and reliability.
Compatibility: Designed to fit standard door sizes and latch mechanisms, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of doors and locks.
Easy Installation: Typically comes with pre-drilled holes and mounting hardware, facilitating quick and hassle-free installation onto the door frame or jamb.
Adjustability: Some latch/strike plates feature adjustable components, allowing for fine-tuning of the alignment to ensure a perfect fit and smooth operation.
Security Enhancement: Reinforces the locking mechanism of the door, enhancing security and preventing unauthorized access.
Smooth Operation: Precision-engineered components ensure smooth and quiet operation, minimizing friction and wear over time.
Aesthetic Appeal: Available in various finishes and designs to complement different door styles and interior decor themes.
Corrosion Resistance: Many latch/strike plates are treated with corrosion-resistant coatings or finishes, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Versatility: Suitable for use in residential, commercial, and industrial settings, providing reliable security for various types of doors.
Comprehensive Set: This can be purchased individually or as part of a door hardware set, including handles, locks, and hinges, for a coordinated look and functionality.