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Hasps & Staples

Hasps & Staples

Durable surface-mount hasps are a simple option for securing doors, gates, and crate lids.

Standard Hasps with Fixed Staple

The slot on the hinged hasp arm fits onto the staple tab to fasten.

Black Powder Coated Steel

Brass Plated Steel

Chrome Plated Hardened Steel

Galvanized Hardened Steel

Galvanized Steel

Plain Hardened Steel

Plain Stainless Steel

Plain Steel

White Powder Coated Steel

Zinc Plated Steel

Standard Hasps with Rotating Eye

Fit the slot on the hinged hasp arm onto the staple tab to fasten, and then rotate the eye to hold the hasp shut. A padlock can be used for extra security.

Black Powder Coated Hardened Steel

Black Powder Coated Steel

Brass Plated Steel

Galvanized Steel

Malleable Cast Iron

Plain Steel

Polished 304 Stainless Steel

Zinc Plated Steel

Multi-Hinged Hasps

Lock boxes and doors around corners with these multi-hinged hasps. The arm mounts on one side of a box or frame and has multiple hinges that lets it wrap around a corner to fasten onto a fixed staple on an adjacent surface.

Chrome Plated Hardened Steel

Zinc Plated Steel

Key Locking Hasps

Use a key to lock these hasps after fitting the hinged arm onto the staple.

Chrome Plated Steel

Zinc Plated Steel

Slide Bolt Hasps

The bolt slides into a fixed staple to secure the door. Add a padlock to keep the slide bolt in place.

Chrome Plated Hardened Steel

Polished 304 Stainless Steel

Handle Hasps

These hasps can be used as door handles. When the door is closed, fit a padlock through the holes on the handles for extra security.

Black Powder Coated Steel

Galvanized Steel

White Powder Coated Steel

Zinc Plated Steel

Fixed Staple Hasps

Mount the fixed hasps to a door or frame and pass a padlock through the staples' holes to secure doors when shut.

Hasp Staples

Replace old or damaged staples to keep your doors secure.