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Squire Stronghold Padlock and 1200mm Hardened Alloy Chain - Closed Shackle

Squire Stronghold Padlock and 1200mm Hardened Alloy Chain - Closed Shackle

Squire

The Stronghold 50mm solid hardened steel padlock combines compact design with market leading product performance. Designed to resist the harshest attack these locks can also function reliably in the very worst weather conditions. Squire's G chain offers excellent security with a 10mm diameter. All covered in Squire's protective chain sleeve making them easier to handle than non covered chains.

Code: 491122


Squire

£43.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£52.79 inc. VAT
Size 1200mm, Colour Blue
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Squire Stronghold Padlock and 1200mm Hardened Alloy Chain - Closed Shackle

The 50mm solid hardened steel padlock combines compact design with market leading product performance. Designed to resist the harshest attack these locks can also function reliably in the very worst weather conditions. Squire's G chain offers excellent security with a 8mm diameter. All covered in Squire's protective chain sleeve making them easier to handle than non covered chains.
• Hardened Alloy Steel
• Square links
• Padlock
• Solid hardened steel lock body
• Master Keyed
• Key Retaining (the key cannot be removed from the lock without the lock being returned to the locked state.)
• Closed shackle
• Hardened boron alloy steel shackle
• Suitable for harsh environment
• Electrophoretic finish - excellent corrosion resistance
• Rekeyable 6 pin tumbler cylinder - over 250,000 key differs

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Squire
Manufacturer Code 39CSJ4

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