Door Catches - Solid Brass Steel Drive in Ball Catch (STRIKE SOLD SEPARATELY) - Deltana Hardware

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Ball catches are generally used on doors, but can be used in other applications. The way they work is simple: on the top of the door there is a hole drilled and a spring loaded ball is installed which slightly protrudes from the top of the door. On the jamb above a strike plate is installed much like a strike plate used on a regular door, but this strike has a small indentation to fit the contour of the ball rather than a hole for the latch. As the door shuts, the spring loaded ball rests in the indentation on the strike and keeps the door closed.

Packed in individual poly bag. Strike sold separately.

  • Length: 1 1/8"
  • Width: 1"
  • Material: Brass
  • Specifications

    Item #
    DEL-114222
    Model #
    DBC10
    UPC #
    760923554096
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    DBC10
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    1. Q: I have 2 of these broken. The internal housing is threaded @ 6 threads for 3/4”. Instead of taking housing out, can I screw this into existing housing?
      A: We recommend replacing the full piece as the old parts may not work with the new parts. Was this answer useful to you?
    2. Q: I already have a malfunctioning ball catch (missing the ball) installed and have unscrewed it from the housing. Is the one you have listed removable from its current housing and insertable into the housing in my door?
      A: It is not recommended to alter the products as it may not work in your housing unit, Once the item is altered it is non returnable. Was this answer useful to you?
    3. Q: How do I adjust the balls spring tension on a unit already in place, the silo. Seems to heavy to secure it into the cover plate.
      A: Pull the ball catch from the door. Turn the externally threaded section of the clockwise to reduce the distance the ball extends toward the catch plate. Turn the externally threaded counterclockwise to increase the distance the ball catch extends toward the catch plate. Slide the ball catch into the door. Was this answer useful to you?
    4. Q: how can this be installed on a door that has no current door catch?
      A: 1)Locate the spot where the ball catch will be installed on the top of the door. 2)Measure the width and height of the barrel of the ball catch. 3)ill a hole centered on the location mark.4)Drop the ball catch in the hole and fasten the face plate to the top of the door with the provided screws. Was this answer useful to you?
    5. Q: How do you remove the damaged one from the.door without damagingly the door?
      A: You can use the tip of a thin screwdriver or needle nose pliers. the existing item should pop right out.¿¿¿¿¿¿¿ Was this answer useful to you?
    6. Q: What holds the steel ball in the cylinder
      A: The steel ball is held in with a spring mechanism¿¿¿¿¿¿¿ Was this answer useful to you?
     
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