Hasp 110

  • The security rating of a hasp should always match the padlock because the two products form a symbiosis in which the weakest link becomes extremely important. ABUS offers a broad range of high-security hasps for different levels of security. Security hasps feature concealed screws and hardened steel loops to protect the padlock's shackle against attacks with breaking tools. Together with a suitable padlock, the hasp offers maximum security for doors and gates. The 110 hasp is used to secure doors that are not flush-closing (the door leaf and the door frame are not on the same level) and it also also suited for corner solutions. To avoid unauthorized access, a padlock should be used, e.g. ABUS Titalium™ 80TI/40.

Hasp 110

Technology:

  • Tough steel construction
  • Concealed hinge pins
  • Hardened staple
  • Hidden screws

Variants:

  • Sizes:
  • 6 7/64: 2 links
  • 7 43/64: 3 links
  • 9 1/16: 4 links
Technical drawing
Width a [inch]: 6 7/64
Depth b [inch]: 1 3/4
Hole Diameter c [inch]: 15/32
Level: 8
Weight [lbs]: 0.61

Variants:

Hasp 110/155

Width a [inch]: 6 7/64
Level: 8
Hasp 110/195 

Width a [inch]: 7 43/64
Level: 8
Hasp 110/230 

Width a [inch]: 9 1/16
Level: 8
Hasp 110/155 SB 

Width a [inch]: 4 17⁄32
Level: 8

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Hasps

The security rating of the hasp should always match the padlock. High security hasps have concealed screws, for example. Hardened steel loops that take the shackle of the padlock are concealed inside the hasp and thus provide optimal protection against attempts to break the lock open. ...
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