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Sealth Aero Marine   1/4 Turn Retainers 
 

  Series &
Available PNs
Details

Picture

 
 

SAM420
SAM420-1

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.
SAM420-1 shown
 
 

SAM421
SAM421-1
SAM421-2

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.   Sam 421-1 is Bright buff and candy apple anodize.  Sam 421-2 is Satin buff & clear anodize.


SAM421-1 shown

 
 

SAM422
SAM422-1
SAM422-2
SAM422-3

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.  



SAM422-1 shown


SAM422-2 shown

SAM422-3

 
 

SAM423
SAM423-1
SAM423-2
SAM423-3
SAM423-4
SAM423-5
SAM423-6

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.   Static Load is 600 lbs.
SAM423-1 shown


SAM423-3 shown
SAM423-4


SAM423-6 Shown

 
 

SAM424
SAM424-1
SAM424-2
SAM424-3
SAM424-4
SAM424-5
SAM424-6

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.

Size Differences:
SAM424-1 thru -3 are 2.3" Long
SAM424-4 and -6 are 3.0" Long
They are all .50" x .56" wide.

Color Differences:
SAM424-1 Candy Apple Red Anodize
SAM424-2 Candy Apple Red Anodize
SAM424-3 Candy Apple Red Anodize
SAM424-4 Bright Buff
SAM424-5 Candy Apple Red Anodize
SAM424-6 Candy Apple Red Anodize

Turn and Travel Differences:
SAM424-1 Detent every 90
               total travel 360 deg
               8-32 bolt
SAM424-2 Detent Left or Right 90
               total travel 180 deg
               8-32 bolt
SAM424-3 Detent Right 90
               total travel 90 deg
               10-32 bolt
SAM424-4 Detent Left or Right 90
               total travel 180 deg
               10-32 bolt
SAM424-5 Detent every 90
               total travel 360
               10-32 bolt
SAM424-6 Detent Left or Right 90
               total travel 180
               10-32 bolt

Notes:
SAM424-4 and -6 are the same except the -4 is Bright Buff and -6 is Red Anodized.  Bright Buff is shiny and reflective like a mirror.

Unless listed at 10-32 bolt, the bolt used is NAS602-14P and is 8-32 UNF Thread.




SAM424-3 Shown (2.3")

SAM424-4 Shown (3")
 
 

SAM426
SAM426-1
SAM426-2
SAM426-3
SAM426-4
SAM426-5
SAM426-6

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.    
 

SAM427

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.   Static load is 460 lbs.
SAM427-7 shown
 
 

SAM428
SAM428-1
SAM428-2
SAM428-3
SAM428-4
SAM428-5
SAM428-6

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.    
 

SAM429
SAM429-1
SAM429-2
SAM429-3

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.    
 

SAM430
SAM430-1
SAM430-2
SAM430-3
SAM430-4
SAM430-5
SAM430-6
SAM430-7
SAM430-8
SAM430-9
SAM430-10
SAM430-11

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.
SAM430-2 shown
 
 

SAM431
SAM431-1
SAM431-2
SAM431-3
SAM431-4
SAM431-5
SAM431-6

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.
SAM431-1 shown
 
 

SAM432
SAM432-1
SAM432-2

SAM432-3

These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.
SAM432-1 shown
 
  SAM433
SAM433-1
SAM433-2
SAM433-3
These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.

SAM433-1 Clear Bare Metal

SAM433-2 Red Anodized Handle, Red Anodized Knob
(Shown)

SAM433-3 Clear Anodized Handle, Clear Anodized Knob




SAM433-2 Top & Bottom shown
 
  SAM440
SAM440-1
SAM440-2
These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.
SAM440-1 shown
 
  SAM441
SAM441-1
SAM441-2
These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.
SAM441-2 shown
 
  SAM450
SAM450-1
SAM450-2
These latches were designed as a secondary means of locking doors and sections in the galley area as well as galley carts, etc., wherein such an installation is required by the FAA.  Many configurations are available, including remotely operated assemblies.    

 

 
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