This Forge Ring Gate Latch is ideal for securing gates where access is required from both sides. The gate latches from the outward opening side and will latch when pulled to the closed position.
Black Powder coated and supplied with all fixings and fitting instructions.
1. Drill a Ø12mm hole in the gate face at least 65mm from the gate edge.
2. Cut the spindle 28mm longer than the thickness of the gate.
3. Insert the spindle into one of the rosettes and screw it to the gate ensuring the spindle is central to the hole.
4. Place the other rosette over the spindle and ensure it rotates freely before securing with screws.
5. Screw the bar retainer to the gate near to the edge ensuring the bar is horizontal when resting on the bottom retainer.
6. Position the striker onto the post so the bar sits in the latch when it is level with the bar retainer.
We deliver throughout the UK and standard delivery times are 2-5 working days. We try to exceed this delivery time wherever we can. We also offer a express delivery service when available giving a next working day service if ordered before 1 pm. Confirmation of delivery will be made on receipt of the order.
We will always try to exceed our stated delivery times where possible or dispatch orders for delivery on the next working day after our cut-off whenever possible.
Our returns policy allows you to return any item if it is not what you require within 14 days of receipt. This is as long as it has not been used and is returned in its original undamaged packaging.
Full details are in our Delivery and Returns page.
Where products have been quoted as having free delivery or delivery included, this will not apply for Northern Ireland and the Highlands and Islands due to the excess delivery charges incurred reaching these locations. Delivery costs can be seen by entering your postcode into the basket.
Why do we charge delivery?
A great many of our customers purchase multiple products, so if we build the delivery charges into each item we will in effect be charging delivery on every product in their basket. We think it is fairer to charge a single delivery cost for the contents of the whole basket once. Some products do have delivery included; this is typically because they are dispatched from another location, generally direct from the manufacturer, as there are restrictions to how they can be delivered due to their size, or if they are liquids, for example.