Hasp 100/100 (Art. no. 01448)

Properly tuned: In combination with this corrosion-protected hasp with hardened steel eyelets and concealed pins and screws, your padlock becomes even more reliable.
  • Corrosion protected
  • As of size 80 hardened staple
  • Concealed hinge pin

Hasp 100/100 (Art. no. 01448)

DURABLE AND RELIABLE

Our hasp 100 is protected against corrosion and therefore very durable.

You have nowhere to hang your padlock, but would still like your garden gate or shed to be secured against thieves? Then we recommend you our solid hasp 100. It is robust, weatherproof and holds a padlock securely and reliably. Thanks to the hardened steel eyelets and concealed pins and screws, the hasp 100 also has a high level of theft resistance.

Technology:

  • Corrosion protected
  • As of size 80 hardened staple
  • Concealed hinge pin
  • Hidden screws

Operation and use:

  • Designed for doors closing flush, i.e. door leaf and door frame are level
  • ‘DG’ versions: with double joint – designed for doors not closing flush, i.e. door leaf and door frame are not level, and corner solutions
  • To be used with a padlock

Variants:

  • Sizes: 60, 80 and 100 mm
  • Sizes double link (DG): 80 and 100 mm
Hasp 100
Art. no.: 01448
Level: 4
Eyelet bore hole c: 11 mm
Length a: 100 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Version: 100/100
Weight: 120 g
Width b: 35 mm
color: zinc plated
Hasp 100/80 DG 
Art. no. 01443

Level: 4
Length a: 125 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Weight: 82 g
Hasp 100/100
Art. no. 01448

Level: 4
Length a: 100 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Weight: 120 g
Hasp 100/100 DG 
Art. no. 01453

Level: 4
Length a: 160 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Weight: 184 g
Hasp 100/60 
Art. no. 01434

Level: 4
Length a: 60 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Weight: 15 g
Hasp 100/80 
Art. no. 01438

Level: 4
Length a: 80 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Weight: 40 g

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