The HS1 is a high security heavy duty hasp & staple with bolt-through and fully-concealed fixings on both sides. It has Sold Secure approval and Police approval (under the ACPO Secured-by-Design scheme).
The staple is hardened and the whole unit has been designed to suit the higher-security closed shackle padlocks particularly well, in addition to being compatible with a wide range of open shackle locks.
And it is made in Britain! This page gives more information about HS1 hasp & staple.
Customer Comment: "Just to let you know that the three HS1s arrived safely the other day. I am really pleased with them and the quality and fabrication is outstanding as always with your products."
The HS1 Heavy Duty Hasp & Staple offers the following features:
All our products are designed for easy DIY fit in a wide range of situations using only DIY tools.
The instructions are written in a detailed, step-by-step way to guide you through the process of achieving a high-security fitting without needing exotic tools or advanced skills.
You should generally be able to fit the hasp in about 30 minutes.
Note that the HS1 Hasp & Staple is larger than many other hasps. This is deliberate, to allow sufficient concealed fixings on both hasp and staple sides and to allow the staple to be in a vertical plane, which allows use of closed shackle locks (as well as open shackle!). It is a heavy duty item that can help to boost the security of many sheds and similar structures.
Overall dimensions are as follows: 225mm wide (nominal) x 75mm high, as shown in the following diagram:
The staple is 12mm thick and the hole through it is 15mm diameter.
The mounting hole locations are shown in the following diagram:
Note that 12 bolt holes but only 8 bolts are provided - You can select which holes are most suitable for your shed and door configuration. All bolt heads are concealed by the folding plate of the hasp when it is in the closed and locked position.
The diagrams above show the HS1 hasp with the hinge on the left and the staple on the right, but it can be fitted the other way round. The arrangement shown would commonly be used when it is fitted on the right side of a door, with the hinged hasp mounted toward the right edge of the door, and the staple mounted on the door frame to the right. Rotating the items 180° would allow it to be fitted on the left side of a door, for example. Vertical orientations are also possible, such as might be appropriate for securing a flap.
The HS1 Hasp & Staple is supplied with a standard fitting kit, but with a choice of bolt lengths to cater for timber of different thicknesses.
The contents of the fitting kit are shown to the right. The main fixings are M8 coach bolts, fitted with large penny washers, spring washers and nuts on the inside of the shed.
Most sheds suit the standard 80mm bolt length but shorter and longer bolts can be supplied (longer bolts at higher cost).
The package includes a full fitting kit and fitting instructions, together with all the relevant bolts, nuts and washers, and an 8.0mm HSS drill bit.
There are lots of security devices on the market and it can be confusing to decide which ones are good and which ones aren't. One way of doing this is to ensure that any device you fit is tested by an independent organisation such as Sold Secure or accredited by the Police - the HS1 Hasp & Staple has both!
Our approval certificates are available online.