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Abus enhances 158 range

Published: 13 April 2017 - Fiona Garcia
 

According to Abus, its 158 Combination Padlocks are consistent UK market top sellers, with the range enhanced last year with Key Over-ride options added to this all-weather range.

Convenience is an important security consideration, so the Abus 158 range has now been increased to offer a long shackle option. In addition, there are applications where thieves will take the extra time and equipment needed to overcome outside applications of combination padlocks. This creates a specific demand for a high security but economic Combination Padlock solution, which Abus can meet with new 158 Close Shackle options.

Launched next month, with promotional POS deals available through Abus wholesale partners, the Abus 158 range will now include the following 3 vital additions:
• 158/50HB/50 B/EFSPP    50mm x 50mm Long Shackle      RRP £22.71 exc. VAT
• 158CS/50 B/EFSPP         50mm Close Shackle                 RRP £25.24 exc. VAT
• 158CS/65 B/EFSPP         65mm Close Shackle                 RRP £50.51 exc. VAT


The new comprehensive 158 Abus Combination Padlock range now offers security distributors a complete, flexible and secure Combination Padlock range. Fully tested at Abus’ laboratory in Rehe, Germany, the company says its 158 range consistently performs ‘above the bar’ in torsion and cutting attacks, as well as weather and corrosion resistance, ensuring Abus 158 Combination Padlocks offer peace of mind as well as economic and convenient outdoor security site solutions.

Abus security solutions are available for commercial and domestic applications covering padlocks, mobile security, cylinder systems, CCTV and alarms, along with state-of-the art mechatronic access control.
 

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