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Sliding door latch strike










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #4676537.

A latch strike for a sliding door and being cooperable with a locking bar which is pivotally mounted on the door and has a latching recess within an upper edge. The latch strike includes a housing having an opening for receiving the lock bar and a latch bolt movably mounted on the housing for movement between a latching position at which it is engagable within the latching recess and a delatching position at which it is not so engagable. A deadlocking lever is carried by the latch bolt and is movable relative thereto between an operative position at which it is engagable with an abutment to thereby prevent movement of the latchbolt out of its latching position, and an inoperative position at which it does not influence the latch bolt movement. A control member normally holds the deadlocking lever in its inoperative position and is responsive to location of the latch bar within the latching recess to free the lever for movement into its operative position.








 
 
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