Take your van security to another level

New research amongst tradespeople by Direct Line for Business has uncovered some shocking statistics, which revealed that 58% of electricians admitted to having had their valuable tools stolen, with the majority of thefts happening overnight when tools are often kept in vehicles. This highlights the need for tradespeople to boost their van security.

The Kasp Security Van Lock & Hasp (K50073A) provides the best protection against common forms of attack on vans, its shackle-less lock enclosed within the walls of the hasp, offering virtually no points of effective attack.

Renowned for being locks you can trust, the Kasp Security Van Lock & Hasp offers some unique features and benefits, that deliver a strong and effective solution for keeping valuable tool kits out of the reaches of unwelcome hands.

The Padlock features a chrome plated hardened steel body for extra strength and protection from corrosion. The padlock’s shrouded steel shackle ensures maximum protection against hacksaw and cropping attacks, with a six-pin cylinder adding an extra defence against picking. The padlock’s  corrosion resistant mechanism also offers reliability in potentially harsh environments.

The Hasp features a black powder coated heavy duty steel construction for extra strength and improved weather resistance. A unique integral lock holding bracket allows for secure storage of the lock when the van is open, keeping the lock safe and dirt-free. The Van Lock & Hasp is supplied complete with fixing bolts for security and convenience. Two keys are also supplied with each lock.

Quick and easy to install, the Kasp Security Van Lock & Hasp is a must for tradespeople looking for a strong solution to prevent precious tool thefts from vans.

Call Kasp now for more details on 01758 704704 or visit www.kaspsecurity.co.uk

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