KLOZIT´┐Ż Sliding Glass Door Latch

Roltec Services, KLOZIT
Fax 602 997-6969
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Phone 602 377-1006
License ROC132609
The KLOZIT sliding glass door latch for swimming pool barrier code compliance in Phoenix, Tucson and other Arizona cities
KLOZIT has been installing swimming pool barrier devices for swimming pool barrier code compliance for over 19 years. Our sliding glass door closer and latch are approved for use in Arizona and in all Arizona counties and municipalities including Phoenix, Mesa, Chandler, Scottsdale, Tucson, Glendale, Avondale, Buckeye, Tolleson, Litchfield Park, Surprise, Queen Creek, Gilbert, Tempe, Anthem, Peoria, Sun City, Goodyear, Sun Lakes, Carefree, Cave Creek, El Mirage, Fountain Hills, Apache Junction, Pinal County, Maricopa County, Pima County, Marana, Casa Grande, Florence, Coolidge, Oro Valley, Sahuarita, Vail, Green Valley, Gold Canyon, Paradise Valley, Higley, Laveen, Eloy, Ocotillo, Wickenburg, Sedona, Maryvale, Sunnyslope, Moon Valley, Youngtown, New River and Black Canyon City. The KLOZIT sliding glass door closer is manuctured in the US. The KLOZIT sliding glass door closer can be used instead of a pool fence or as an additional layer of protection. Swimming pool child safety is extremely important. The KLOZIT sliding glass door closer and latch helps keep your children inside the house, under adult supervision. KLOZIT also installs barrier devices for swinging doors and repairs sliding glass door rollers and tracks.
Email us at info@klozit.com
     The Klozit sliding glass door latch is mounted at least 54 inches above the floor, above the original door handle. The KLOZIT latch has handles on both sides of the door which pull a small cable downward that pulls a striker down at the top of the door, allowing the striker to clear a gravity operated flag mounted to the underneath side of the door frame. When the handle is released, the striker returns to its locked position. As the door closes, the striker pushes the flag of the gravity latch up as it passes by and then the flag falls back in place, locking the door.
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Cable Puller in
Handle Assembly
Latch Assembly and Gravity Latch
Door latch handle and latch assemblies, outside view
Latch assembly and gravity latch at top of door frame
Door latch cut-away drawing
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