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48HP11 PADLOCK-RE UNSPSC # 24141504

Padlock Seals: Plastic, 7/8 in L x 3/8 in W, Red, 100 lb Breaking Strength, Laser Marked, 1,000 PK

  • Item # 48HP11
  • Mfr. Model # PADLOCK-RE
  • UNSPSC # 24141504
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Plastic hasp padlock seals are twisted to break them, so they don't require light tools for removal. They're placed around handles and latches like a padlock to protect against theft and tampering. They're commonly used on utility meters.

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Padlock Seals: Plastic, 7/8 in L x 3/8 in W, Red, 100 lb Breaking Strength, Laser Marked, 1,000 PK

  • Item # 48HP11
  • Mfr. Model # PADLOCK-RE
  • UNSPSC # 24141504
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Plastic hasp padlock seals are twisted to break them, so they don't require light tools for removal. They're placed around handles and latches like a padlock to protect against theft and tampering. They're commonly used on utility meters.

Technical Specs

  • Security Seal Type Padlock Seals
  • Marking Parameters Consecutive Numbering, SEALED
  • Body Color Red
  • Breaking Strength 100 lb
  • Marking Type Laser Marked
  • Number of Digits 15
  • Seal Security Level General Security
  • Weather Resistant Yes
  • Tool Required Not Required
  • Security Seal Primary Application Airline Scales, Cable Signalization, Hatches, Outdoor Applications, Tote Boxess, Utility Meters
  • Material Plastic/Metal
  • Security Seal Brand ONESEAL USA
  • Marking Color White
  • Security Seal Flag Dimensions 1/2 in H x 1 in W
  • ISO 17712 Compliant No
  • Lock Material Plastic
  • Padlock Seal Type Metal Hasp Padlock Seals
  • Lock Dimensions 7/8 in L x 3/8 in W
  • Hasp Material Stainless Steel
  • Hasp Length 7/8 in
  • Hasp Width 3/8 in
  • Hasp Dimensions 7/8 in L x 3/8 in W
  • Length 2-1/4"

Plastic hasp padlock seals are twisted to break them, so they don't require light tools for removal. They're placed around handles and latches like a padlock to protect against theft and tampering. They're commonly used on utility meters.

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