Draw Latch Offers Improved Security

January 11, 2019

Southco, Inc., has refreshed its successful R2 Panel Fastening Draw Latch series with an updated version that combines a reliable, industrial grade finish with strength and durability. Refreshed with galvanized steel, Southco’s new R2 Panel Fastening Draw Latch delivers a consistent appearance over time while maintaining the product’s established quality and strength. 

Southco’s R2 Panel Fastening Draw Latch enables the rapid assembly and disassembly of doors and panels, providing significant reductions in time and labor. Trusted in the construction of exhibits, displays and staging, Southco’s R2 Panel Fastening Draw Latch is a proven solution for joining panels, providing sufficient pull-up action to create a tight connection and seal. 

Director of Global Product Management Jim Ford adds, “The R2 Panel Fastening Draw Latch has proven its strength and durability over decades of use in staging applications. Updating this established product with galvanized steel enables us to offer a consistent finish at an economical price point.”

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