Hasp 110/195 (Art. no. 01479)

Our hinged hasp 110 is particularly suitable if you want to secure boxes or cupboards with a padlock.
  • Sturdy steal construction
  • Concealed hinge pin
  • Steel construction

Hasp 110/195 (Art. no. 01479)


Our hasp 110 with hinge can be used wherever you want to secure something around the corner - for example boxes or chests.

Our hinged hasp 110 is suitable for boxes, cupboards, chests, garden boxes, etc., to which a hasp must be attached at the corner. It has a hardened steel eyelet, which makes it much more difficult to hit or break open. The screws are concealed after assembly and the hinge pins are protected against being driven out. Because the following applies to every security solution: The longer it takes a thief to break into something, the better the chances that he will give up and move on.


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

Operation and use:

  • Hinged hasp for corner solutions, e.g. boxes, cabinets
  • 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
Technical drawing
Art. no.: 01479
Level: 8
Eyelet bore hole c: 12,2 mm
Length a: 195 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Version: 2 joints, 3 movable elements
Weight: 333 g
Width b: 45 mm
colour: zinc plated
Hasp 110/195
Art. no. 01479

Level: 8
Length a: 195 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Weight: 333 g
Hasp 110/230 
Art. no. 01483

Level: 8
Length a: 230 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Weight: 404 g
Hasp 110/155 
Art. no. 01475

Level: 8
Length a: 155 mm
Packaging: shelf box
Weight: 264 g



The security rating of a hasp should always match the padlock. ABUS offers a wide range of security hasps. They feature concealed screws and hardened steel loops that are also concealed inside the hasp and thus provide optimal protection against attempts to break the lock open. ...
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