The following is a sampling of latch protector product manufacturers. For a more complete list, see the 2010 Locksmith Ledger Security Register.
Don-Jo, P.O. Box 929, Sterling, MA 01564. Telephone: 978-422-3377. Web Site: www.don-jo.com.
Latch-Gard, P.O. Box 425, Wakarusa, IN 46573. Telephone: 574-862-2373. Web Site: www.latchgard.com.
M.A.G. Eng. & Mfg. Co., Inc., 17305 Daimler St., Irvine, CA 92614. Telephone: 800-624-9942. Web Site: www.magmfg.com.
Major Manufacturing, Inc., 1825 Via Burton, Anaheim, CA 92806. Telephone: 714-772-5202. Web Site: www.majormfg.com.
TRIMCO, 3528 Emery St., Los Angeles, CA 90023. Telephone: 323-262-4191. Web Site: www.trimcobbw.com.
SURE-STRIKE, 2711 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1036, Dallas, TX 75234. Telephone: 888-474-2341. Web Site: www.sure-strike.com.
Astragal – a wood molding or metal plate attached to the lock edge of the active leaf (door) of a pair of doors or a single door and a flush jamb. The astragal overlaps the opening and covers a portion of the inactive leaf or jamb.
Deadbolt Protection – See Latch Protection
Latch Protection – a metal plate or combination of interlocking pieces that block access to a latch when the door is shut. Latch protection varies depending upon the door material, location, swing, lock, latch type and strike type.
Reveal – space between the face of the closed door and the end of the jamb.