The invention of the emergency escape latch is incorporated into the aircraft emergency exit door generally located above the wing of the aircraft. The exterior push plate matches the external contour of the door and is spring-loaded shut to compress a gasket for sealing. The mechanism can be operated either by pushing on the red plate from the outside or by pulling the interior handle to operate the door release mechanism.
Features and Benefits:
- Exterior push plate matches the OML
- Spring loaded shut to compress a gasket for sealing
- Hand-operated from both inside and outside