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48HP14 HP2000 UNSPSC # 24141504

Bar Seals: 12 in Lg, 1 3/4 in Wd, Steel, 2,250 lb Breaking Strength, Silver, ONESEAL USA

  • Item # 48HP14
  • Mfr. Model # HP2000
  • UNSPSC # 24141504
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin Denmark. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Single-use bar seals need to be cut off to open, so they're appropriate for applications that only require one use, like shipping goods to a permanent location. They use a bar to protect high-value goods in shipping containers, trucks, and other transportation containers from theft and vandalism.

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Bar Seals: 12 in Lg, 1 3/4 in Wd, Steel, 2,250 lb Breaking Strength, Silver, ONESEAL USA

  • Item # 48HP14
  • Mfr. Model # HP2000
  • UNSPSC # 24141504
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin Denmark. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Single-use bar seals need to be cut off to open, so they're appropriate for applications that only require one use, like shipping goods to a permanent location. They use a bar to protect high-value goods in shipping containers, trucks, and other transportation containers from theft and vandalism.

Technical Specs

  • Security Seal Type Bar Seals
  • Marking Parameters Numbering & Barcode, SEALED
  • Body Color Silver
  • Breaking Strength 2,250 lb
  • Marking Type Laser Marked
  • Number of Digits 15
  • Seal Security Level C-TPAT Compliant High Security
  • Weather Resistant No
  • Tool Required Removal
  • Security Seal Primary Application Container Seals, Rail Cars, Truck Seals, Truck Trailers
  • Material Steel
  • Security Seal Brand ONESEAL USA
  • Marking Color White
  • Series HP2000
  • Standards C-TPAT
  • Security Seal Flag Dimensions 1 in H x 2 in W
  • ISO 17712 Compliant Yes
  • Bar Seal Type Single-Use
  • Length 12 in
  • Width 1 3/4 in

Single-use bar seals need to be cut off to open, so they're appropriate for applications that only require one use, like shipping goods to a permanent location. They use a bar to protect high-value goods in shipping containers, trucks, and other transportation containers from theft and vandalism.

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