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Hasps

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Hasps install on doors, gates, and cabinets to lock and secure them when closed. They are used for indoor and outdoor applications to restrict access, deter theft, and increase security.

Conventional Hasps

Conventional Hasps
Conventional hasps have a hinged metal plate with a slot or opening that fits over a fixed staple. The shackle of a padlock fits through the staple to lock. The hinged plate and the staple are typically mounted to surfaces using screws.

Cast Iron

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Stainless Steel

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Concealed Hasps

Concealed Hasps
Concealed hasps have hidden pins and mounting screws, making them more tamper-resistant than conventional hasps to deter theft and intruders.

Steel

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Double-Hinged Hasps

Double-Hinged Hasps
Double-hinged hasps have extra metal plates and two hinges to enable use around corners or angles. They can also be used to secure doors and gates that are not flush when closed.

Steel

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Locking Hasps

Locking Hasps
Locking hasps have a hinged plate with an opening that fits over a built-in lock, rather than a staple, eliminating the need for a padlock.

Stainless Steel

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Steel

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Weld-On Hasps

Weld-On Hasps
Weld-on hasps have a hinged metal plate with a slot or opening that fits over a fixed staple. The shackle of a padlock fits through the staple to lock. The hinged plate and the staple are permanently welded onto surfaces.

Stainless Steel

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