Magnetic Catches

Magnetic catches are a type of hardware mechanism commonly used for keeping doors, cabinets, or panels securely closed while allowing for easy opening when needed. These devices consist of two main components: a magnet, typically encased in a metal or plastic housing, and a metal counterplate or strike plate. The magnet is usually mounted on the door or panel, while the metal plate is affixed to the frame or the body of the cabinet. When the door is closed, the magnetic force between the magnet and the metal plate holds the door in place, preventing it from opening accidentally. This mechanism is particularly favored in applications where a latch or lock is either unnecessary or impractical. Magnetic catches are widely used in various settings, including kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanities, closet doors, and some pieces of furniture, offering a simple, effective, and unobtrusive way to secure doors.

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