GN 115.9 Latches with safety function Operation with operating elements / with socket key, not lockable


  • RoHS

Description

Specification

Operation with operating elements

Types

  • Type RG: Operation with knurled knob GN 7336 
  • Type KG: Operation with wing knob
  • Type HG: Operation with lever
Lock housing
Zinc die casting
Locating ring
plastic coated
black, RAL 9005, textured finish SW
All other parts
Steel zinc plated, blue passivated
Operating handles
Plastic (Polyamide PA)
black, matt
Cover cap
Plastic (Polyamide PA)
light grey

Operation with socket key

Types

  • Type DK: Operation with triangular spindle (DK7)
  • Type VK7: Operation with square spindle A/F7
  • Type VK8: Operation with square spindle A/F8
Lock housing
Zinc die casting
Locating ring
plastic coated
black, RAL 9005, textured finish SW
All other parts
Steel zinc plated, blue passivated

Information

Latches GN 115.9 have a push-to-turn safety function. In the two end positions the spindle is locked in place by the latch. The device can be turned 90° only when the operating element is pressed down, which releases the safety pin from the locked position. This feature protects the latch reliably from moving on its own or as the result of vibrations.
The beveled edges on the latch make closing the door easy. Latches with different cranks cover a latch distance A from 4 to 32 mm.
Latches GN 115.9 are supplied with loosely enclosed latch.

Technical Information

  • List of latch types 

Accessory

Construction and Assembly Instructions

For installation, set a bore diameter in the door as shown in the outline drawing.
Once assembled, the latch is pushed through the bore diameter from the front. The hexagon nut can then be pushed over the latch from the back and bolted in place.
The installation bore diameter in the door leaf is usually generated by punching or laser machining in series production.
For small series and steel sheets below 2 mm thickness, the sheet metal punshes GN 123 are the tool of choice.
The installation bore diameter can also be set by drilling / milling as shown in the outline drawings.
GN-115.9
GN 115.9