Padlock brass 75IB/50 B/SDKNFIN Reversible key

75IB/50 kd.

The perfect brass padlock for securing on vehicles and boats in outdoor use.

All varieties for 75IB
Description

The marine brass padlock 75IB by ABUS is ideal for securing objects of medium value in severe weather conditions.

A chrome plated lock body made of solid brass and a stainless steel shackle make the lock especially corrosion-resistant and ensure optimum theft protection, even under extremely strong environmental influences. Even in wind and weather, the brass 75IB keeps your valuables under lock and key.
In addition, the high-precision reversible key locking mechanism with up to 168,000 different key codes ensures optimum security. The paracentric key profile makes it extremely difficult for lock pickers to tamper with the lock.
Awards & partner
CEN: Logo of the European norm for padlocks EN-12320 (class 2)
DIN EN 12320 KL 2
CEN: Logo of the European norm for padlocks EN-12320 (class 2)

75IB/40, 75IB/50
Test seal of the Svensk Brand- och Säkerhetscertifiering AB (class 1) – Stockholm, Sweden (SBSC)
SBSC Klasse 1
Test seal of the Svensk Brand- och Säkerhetscertifiering AB (class 1) – Stockholm, Sweden (SBSC)

75IB/40, 75IB/50
Awards & partner

Technologies

  • Solid lock body made from brass with nickel pearl coating
  • Shackle made from stainless steel
  • Highly precise reversible key locking system with up to 150 000 key variations
  • 75IB/40 + 75IB/50: Key-retaining
  • 75IB/30: self-locking

Usage

  • For medium-security requirements under extreme weather and environmental conditions
  • Ideal for securing vehicles and boats in outdoor use

Variants

  • Sizes: 1 3/16, 1 37/64", 1 31/32"
Tech Specs
Width a: 1 31/32 inch
Vertical clearance c: 1 1/8 inch
Height f: 3 1/64 inch
Finish: silver
Weight [lbs]: 0.64 lbs
Construction: Technical drawing - ABUS Touch™ 57
Technical drawing - ABUS Touch™ 57
Horizontal clearance b: 1 5/64 inch
Depth e: 45/64 inch
Keyed alike: No
Shackle diameter d: 5/16 inch
Security Level Home Security: 7
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