Hasp 110

Our 110 hinged hasp is a particularly good choice if you want a padlock to secure boxes or cabinets.

Hasp 110


Our 110 hasp with hinge can be used wherever you want to secure something by its corner - such as boxes or chests.

For boxes, cabinets, chests, garden boxes, etc., on which a hasp has be attached around a corner, our 110 hinged hasp works well. It has a hardened steel staple, which makes it much more difficult to hit or break open. The screws are concealed after mounting, and the hinge pins are protected from being driven out. Because the same is true of every security solution: The longer it takes a thief to break something open, the better the chances are that they will give up and move on.

Technology and features:

  • Tough steel construction
  • Hinge pins protected against attack
  • Hardened staple
  • Hidden screws

Operation and use:

  • Suitable for doors not closing flush, i.e. door leaf and door frame are not level
  • To be used with a padlock


  • Sizes: 155, 195 and 230 mm
  • 155: 2 links
  • 195: 3 links
  • 230: 4 links
Hasp 110/195 

Level: 8
Weight [g]: 340 g
Width a: 195 mm
Hasp 110/230 

Level: 8
Weight [g]: 413 g
Width a: 230 mm
Hasp 110/155 

Level: 8
Weight [g]: 277 g
Width a: 155 mm



The security rating of a hasp should always match the padlock. High-security hasps can be distinguished by different characteristics, for example concealed screws. Hardened steel loops for the padlock's shackle should be concealed inside the hasp by which they provide extra protection against attempts to break the lock open. ...
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