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Kasp enhances security with padlock range

Published: 26 July 2019

According to Kasp, research shows that nearly a fifth of UK homeowners have had items stolen from their garden, with garden equipment and lawnmowers the most likely targets. So, whether it’s a garden shed, or a trendy garden beach hut that is used to store garden equipment, it makes sense to ensure they are safe and secure. Kasp, the security brand from Carl Kammerling, claims it has the perfect answer, with its 145 Marine Padlock range - a high quality padlock, specifically designed for outdoor use, even in extreme weather conditions, including withstanding corrosive salty air conditions in coastal areas. Backed by the Kasp quality guarantee, the 145 Marine padlocks are available in two security levels (medium and high); 40mm and 50mm, standard and long shackle, both keyed to differ and keyed alike combinations. The 145 Marine Padlocks offer a secure padlock with exceptional weather resistance. The mirror chromed solid brass body, rust-free internal components, 316 stainless steel shackle and rubber shackle seal, combine to provide corrosion resistance in the most extreme environments. With a double bolted shackle to resist torsion/pull attack and a five pin anti- pick cylinder, the 145 Marine padlocks are also designed to withstand manipulation, ideal for keeping the expensive contents of all garden sheds and huts safe and secure.

 

 

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