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Screw on Magnetic Catch
With a single hole screw on striker plate
Colour: White
Pull Rating: 4kg
Material: Plastic
Catch Screw Size – 3mm Pan(Not Supplied)
Striker Screw Size – 3mm Csk(Not Supplied)
Magnetic catches are available in many variations to suit almost all situations. Available in plastic & metal and in a choice of colours. Magnetic catches have many uses and with the option of various pull ratings means you can hold a small cabinet door shut with a pull rating of 2.5kg to a heavy door that requires an 8kg pull rating. Other uses include holding panels in place that’s being used to cover an access hatch. 
 
Screw on Magnetic Catch
With a single hole screw on striker plate
Colour: White
Pull Rating: 4kg
Material: Plastic
Catch Screw Size – 3mm Pan(Not Supplied)
Striker Screw Size – 3mm Csk(Not Supplied)
Magnetic catches are available in many variations to suit almost all situations. Available in plastic & metal and in a choice of colours. Magnetic catches have many uses and with the option of various pull ratings means you can hold a small cabinet door shut with a pull rating of 2.5kg to a heavy door that requires an 8kg pull rating. Other uses include holding panels in place that’s being used to cover an access hatch. 

Magnetic Catch with Screw on Striker

Product Code: UCA010700404

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Screw on Magnetic Catch

With a single hole screw on striker plate

Colour: White

Pull Rating: 4kg

Material: Plastic

Catch Screw Size – 3mm Pan(Not Supplied)

Striker Screw Size – 3mm Csk(Not Supplied)

Magnetic catches are available in many variations to suit almost all situations. Available in plastic & metal and in a choice of colours. Magnetic catches have many uses and with the option of various pull ratings means you can hold a small cabinet door shut with a pull rating of 2.5kg to a heavy door that requires an 8kg pull rating. Other uses include holding panels in place that’s being used to cover an access hatch. 


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