The ABUS 83CS/45 Closed Shackle Solid Brass Padlock with its built-in shoulders reduces the risk of attack from bolt cutters and saws However the reduced clearance of the padlock may not be suitable for your application e.g. when securing a shrouded hasp or securing two chain links (ABUS do however have a range of security chains that could be used). If you require to upgrade from a 8 to 9.5mm diameter shackle see the ABUS 83CS/50 Closed Shackle Satin Nickel-plated Brass Padlock.
ABUS 83CS/45 Closed Shackle Brass Padlock Details
- Supplied with 2 keys, additional keys can be included in your order.
- 45 mm solid machined brass lock body with built in shoulders to provide additional protection of the shackle from attack.
- 8 mm shackle diameter, double ball locking.
- Shackles available in nano-plated alloy steel for extreme corrosion resistance also available in stainless steel for ultimate corrosion resistance.
- 25mm shackle clearance.
- ABUS Global Protection Standard Level 8 (security range 2 low – 10 high).
- The ABUS 83CS/45 Incorporates the popular 570 6 pin style barrel with Silca LW4 keyway
- Choice of “KD Keyed Different” or “KA Keyed Alike”.
- Choice of “Key Not Retaining” and “Key Retaining”
- Patented Z-Bar allows the padlock to be easily converted from “non-key retaining” to “key-retaining” and vice versa.
- “Non-key retaining” padlocks are the usual configuration where the key can be removed from an open padlock. The padlock can be locked by simply pushing the shackle in.
- “Key-retaining” padlocks retains the key until it is fully closed and is used for example in safety padlocks. The key is retained in the padlock until the shackle can be locked by pushing the shackle and turning the key.
Choice of “KD Keyed to Differ” of “KA Keyed Alike”
If more than one padlock ordered you have the choice of “KD Keyed to Differ” of “KA Keyed Alike”
|KD Keyed to Differ
The key for one padlock should not open another lock.
|KA Keyed Alike
Padlocks keyed alike can all be opened by the same key. This is useful when one person is responsible for a number of padlocks.