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FASTENINGS & ADHESIVES FEATURE 


Installing and caring for hygiene quarter turn latch fasteners


EMKA’s IP69K stainless steel hygiene compression latches with rounded/double flat or triangular key inserts are EHEDG Certified to make equipment in food processing and other hygiene areas more secure against


unauthorised access. They are specially engineered to offer tamper and vibration resistance for most industrial installations and are able to withstand frequent high pressure washes where appropriate. According to the company, however, correct installation and care in


use is important for long term effective service of this type of quarter turn latch fasteners. In order to minimise vulnerability to bacterial build up, especially in food processing areas, the latches have a highly polished stainless steel surface and rounded design. Care in correct orientation during installation enables water and contaminants to drain off easily, while use of a special hard plastic key prevents damage to the lock surface, where scratches from a metal key could otherwise offer a site for bacterial build up. In assembling such a lock to an enclosure door, it is also important to ensure that it is fitted to a sufficiently smooth surface and regularly cleaned/maintained in order to preserve integrity of the gasket and it’s seating.


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