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A strike plate is a metal plate affixed to a door jamb with a hole or holes for the bolt of the door. When the door is closed, the bolt extends into the hole in the strike plate, and holds the door closed. The strike plate protects the jamb against friction from the bolt, and increases security in the case of a jamb made of a softer material (such as wood) than the strike plate.
For more than a decade, Don-Jo MFG., Inc. has provided reliable, high quality products to the locksmith industry and architectural industry. Their goal in new product development has always been to provide innovative products that will help improve the level of service and options in the ever-changing door and lock market. Today, nobody offers a wider range of products reflecting this market. Their modern manufacturing facility houses state-of-the-art equipment which allows Don-Jo to maintain stringent quality standards and to develop new products for the future. In today's ever-changing door and lock security market Don-Jo commits themselves to a program of continuous improvement.
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
DON-JO EL103DU Oil Rubbed Bronze
DON-JO EL1033 Polished Brass
DON-JO EL103619 Satin Nickel
DON-JO EL10332D Stainless Steel
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
Approved for Commercial Use
Curved Lip, Extended Lip, Full Lip
Do you have solid stainless strikes?
A. The DON-JO EL-103 is offered in a plated stainless steel finish.
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