Timber Keep Plate 9145

Timber Keep Plate 9145

£10.80 inc VAT

Panels over 2.5m2 must be Priced as over size panels and may incur extra costs. please contact us.
Laminated Glass - Minimum Charge 0.5m2 (per panel)
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A timber keep plate, also known as a strike plate or latch plate, is a component used in conjunction with a lock to securely close and latch a door or gate. It is typically installed on the door frame or adjacent surface, and the lock’s latch or bolt engages with the keep plate to hold the door or gate in place when locked.

Here are some key features that are typically associated with timber keep plates:

  1. Material: Timber keep plates are usually made of durable materials suitable for use with wooden doors or gates. Common materials include stainless steel, brass, or other corrosion-resistant alloys.
  2. Design and Dimensions: Timber keep plates come in various shapes and sizes to accommodate different lock types and door configurations. The dimensions and hole patterns on the plate should match the corresponding lock or latch for proper installation.
  3. Secure Latching: The timber keep plate is designed to provide a secure latching point for the lock’s latch or bolt. When the door or gate is closed and locked, the latch or bolt engages with the keep plate to hold it securely in place.
  4. Installation: Timber keep plates are typically installed using screws or other suitable fasteners. They are designed to be recessed or surface-mounted on the door frame or adjacent surface, aligning with the lock mechanism for proper operation.
  5. Suitable for Wooden Doors or Gates: Timber keep plates are specifically designed for use with wooden doors or gates. They are commonly used in residential, commercial, and industrial settings where wooden doors or gates require secure locking.

Please note that the specific features and specifications may vary depending on the manufacturer and product model. It’s always recommended to refer to the product documentation or contact the manufacturer directly for accurate and detailed information about a specific timber keep plate model such as the Timber Keep Plate 9145.

Edge Polishing

BuyGlass.Co pride ourselves on creating a beautiful end product. With edge polishing there are a few things to consider before you purchase & when evaluating the glass you receive.

Depending on the process used, the edge finish can vary slightly between panels. All BuyGlass.Co edge polishing is finished to an exceptional standard and fully QC'd before release.

If you require a uniform finish across all pieces then please contact us after the order is placed.

Otherwise we will process the polishing using whichever process we choose, and although generally this would mean all glass uses the same polishing technique there are certain times when we may use various methods.

Glass Corners

Corners are supplied, as standard, with dubbed corner. If you require unfinished or radius corner please let us know.

Laminated Glass

We use multiple methods for creating laminated glass. CIP, SGP, PVB & EVA are totally different processes which produce very similar results. CIP however, due to the injection process, has a faint area at the perimeter which can be seen upon closer inspection.


If you would prefer any particular method then you must let us know prior to production or else, at our discretion, we will use any method.


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