Safety products: Solid brass tumbler pin padlocks

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Utility supplies: Hercules Industries brings to you the most complete line of solid brass tumbler pin padlocks available to serve the needs of utilities, municipalities, industry, pipelines, refineries and government. Our locks are precision crafted out of solid brass to withstand inclement weather conditions. Shackles are available in brass, stainless steel or heat-treated stainless steel in a variety of clearances. Our lockout/tagout system is both flexible and cost effective while clearly protecting personnel from industrial accidents.

Ask about our lock that has been specifically designed for demand meters. Call about our newest additions, rim and mortise cylinders and double bolt padlocks for high-security applications. In addition, locks may be keyed alike or different to meet your requirements. For high volume applications where security is less critical, breakaway padlocks are available at very competitive prices.

Compare our PRICE, QUALITY & DELIVERY to any other padlock manufacturer.

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