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Kasp launches high quality padlock range

Published: 28 September 2018

KASP, the leading brand in security from Carl Kammerling, is launching a superb high quality Kasp 145 Marine Padlock Range. Specifically designed for outdoor use – even in extreme weather conditions - the 145 Marine range is perfect for withstanding corrosive salty air conditions in coastal areas. Designed and manufactured to the highest standards and backed by the Kasp ten-year guarantee, Kasp 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. Ideal for a multitude of applications and backed by the Kasp quality guarantee, the 145 Marine Padlocks offer a secure padlock with exceptional weather resistance (exceeding ISO 9227 salt spray requirements, showing no sign of corrosion or mechanical failure). 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. Security is paramount, says the company, and, with a double bolted shackle to resist torsion/pull attack and a 5 pin anti-pick cylinder, the 145 Marine padlock is also designed to withstand manipulation. To help promote the Kasp 145 Marine Padlock Range in-store, there’s also a compact eye-catching counter display available, designed to encourage impulse purchases at point of sale.

 

 

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