89mm hardened steel anvil padlock with Molybdenum stainless steel shackle. 5 double pin cylinder with magnetic pin for ultimate anti-pick, anti-bump and anti-drill resistance

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Product Description


The ERA 89mm Professional Security rectangular shutter lock is a maximum security padlock for commercial or heavy duty applications. The hardened steel lock body with Molybdenum hardened shackle protects it from sawing and cutting. Molybdenum stainless steel used in the manufacture of missiles, air crafts and within the power industry, gives the padlocks a smooth surface finish and enhanced corrosion resistance. Dual stainless steel ball locking ensures the shackle is protected against potential pull attacks. The rekeyable and changeable 5 double pin cylinder with anti drill sliding plate has the ultimate anti-pick, anti-bump and anti-drill resistance. If attacked, a security pin automatically triggers blocking the cylinder cam preventing unlawful entry. With a unique key specific to your cylinder, it is registered to your the property to protect against unwanted key duplication; additional or replacement keys can be obtained from a qualified locksmith. The Padlock suites to ERA professional cylinder range. The easy to understand visual ERA security rating system allows consumers to purchase products at the most appropriate security level for the application. Number within the padlock symbol indicates the security rating and the a chart demonstrates how the products security rating compares to other products within the range. Padlocks are in retail boxed packaging.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Box Qty 4
Manufacturer ERA
Colour/Finish Black
Size/Dimensions See Diagram
Packaging Boxed
Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price No

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