About this product
An insurance approved CEN Grade 3 padlock with an ABUS Plus cylinder offering the highest security with 250,000 key different variations. In reality it is one of the highest security locks we offer as it is so difficult to cut off due to its design and will often be as secure as a CEN 5 lock in practice.
Designed for high security requirements with a shackle made of hardened special steel. With a stainless steel internal mechanism and outer case it is suitable in outdoor conditions. A rotating key guard prevents force attacks to the lock barrel and helps to keep water and dirt from entering the mechanism. Remember that all discus padlocks are designed to be 'key-retaining' for security reasons and therefore will only release the key once the padlock is re-locked again.
An additional feature which makes this a superior option to many other disc padlocks is the reinforced plate within the body, preventing the lock body from being cut or force attacked.
Although disc padlocks are a great security option for any situation we recommend that this product is used with our hasp and staple for maximum security. This covers the shackle completely and makes bolt cutter and saw attacks much more difficult.
Need this padlock keyed alike? Please visit the Keyed Alike Section.
ABUS Granit padlocks come with keys that due to their intrinsic design are more secure. Copies are also difficult to obtain because locksmiths rarely have a suitable machine with which to copy the keys. Your padlock will come with a special unique Code Card which you can use to purchase replacement keys in the future via ourselves.
All our padlocks are delivered with 2 keys each inclusive of the price. However, if you require additional keys you do need to purchase the keyed alike version of this padlock from the Keyed Alike Section.
We have 2 different sizes of Diskus padlock - 70 and 80mm. Please see images to the right hand side for specific measurements per variation.
The ABUS Plus Cylinder is a disc cylinder whereby a stack of different discs is rotated when the key is turned. How far the key turns depends on the indentations in the key. If the discs are not correctly sequenced, a pin blocks the rotation of the cylinder and with it the opening of the lock. We have more information on the ABUS Plus cylinder here.