Hi guys, my name is Darrel. I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline. And thanks for taking some time to tune in to one of our product review videos. The product that we're having a look at today is the product that's manufactured by a company called Cisa and it's the 06302 Roller Shutter Security Lock, or security hasp and staple, really in technical terms, that's designed to work with a padlock. I want to go through it with you. I've got it all out here. I've taken it all out of the box and I want to explain how it all works and how it all gets put together.
So, this particular part here is what you would sink into the concrete floor. If you can imagine, a roller shutter door would come down and the bottom of the roller shutter door would be sitting down on the floor, where the concrete floor is. The idea of this is that you want to be bolting, this is the bolting assembly, to bolt the roller shutter door down to the floor. Down to the concrete floor that you would have under the roller shutter door. Now it can be mounted inside or you can mount it outside. Obviously, it you mount it inside, you have to get in to unlock it. So if it's your main primary entrance accessing, you need to have it obviously on the outside.
So, you've got a few components. I'll go through them now to explain to you what they are. This is the fixing point that would actually be driven, or you would have to cut the concrete out to drive that into the concrete floor and you would have to cement that into the concrete floor. This is the little arm that sits on the bottom of that to give it a bit more purchase and I'll put that all together there then a little bit later.
This is the eye that sits in that when you want to actually use it.
This is the eye that you would bolt through the roller shutter door. So therefore then this eye would sit with this eye like that for you therefore to put your, what we call in the industry, a rectangle padlock through there to secure those two together.
You have a cowl that sits over to make it nice and tidy.
You have this little device here to sit on the top of this to actually stop any dirt and debris from getting in there when you're not using it. And you've got some bolts and so forth and some fixings.
Now, this particular part here is what gets cemented. So what you are going to have to do is you are going to have to dig yourself out, or take out a lump of concrete in the location that you want this to fit. The idea is then it's going to be that far down. All right? That's how far it's going to need to go down. So, if I just put that in there for a second, just put that eye in there, drop that over to there, drop that in there like that. And that's the way it's going to sit inside the concrete. The idea is that the concrete is going to fill in all around that and therefore then it's going to make it hard, incredibly difficult, to lift that out of the concrete. And it's going to be in there quite strong.
So to give you some sort of idea as to the depth of the hole that you're going to be looking at doing guys, the minimum is going to be about 150-16mm. Minimum. If you want that to be sitting flush at the top. So that goes into the concrete floor.
Now, in there then goes this bolt. When you don't want to use it, this wouldn't be in otherwise this becomes a trip hazard. But when you've got the roller shutter down and you want it then to be secured, you put that in there like that and you twist it like that. And then that then would sit there in the floor like that. As you pull down your roller shutter door, this then would be coming down and the both of them would line up together and there you would put your rectangular padlock through there. I don't have one immediately at hand, but they are available on our site and I'll put a link on the page so you can actually see where you can get a hold of them from. So that's the principle there.
So once you've done that, that's the objective. So if I take that back out of there, we've got a few other bits and pieces here. Once you've actually sat that into the concrete, this is a nice little rose that sits over to make it nice and tidy so it finishes it off a treat. And like I said before, when you're not using it, this little device here can be sat in there and you'd use a screwdriver like that. Push that in, give it a twist and then that stops any debris and dirt and all going in to the hole and then you can drive over it a million times a day, it doesn't really matter.
There are a few other little bits and pieces as well that come with this. And, oops sorry. That's the washer that sits on the back and of course, the bolt.
Now this is significant guys, you want to see the thickness of this. And I'll give you some sort of idea. I've got a vernier gauge here and if I was to set that up, switch it on, and put that to zero. The size of that bolt there, just to give you guys an idea, that's 16mm thick. So this is a significant piece of kit. The size of the eye, because that's quite an important size depending on the size of the shackle, we're nearly talking 18mm thick. So a 12 or a 14 mil shackle will go through there no problem at all and have room to spare.
The overall length, just in case you might be wanting to know what the length of this is... If I wind that in so I get a complete thread on there, so that's now the complete thread on there. We'd be looking then at a roller shutter door thickness of 45mm. You can get away with 45mm there. If your roller shutter door is too thin, than you can always put some steel packing on the back. And make it a long piece so therefore then it's going over a big surface area to give you more strength and more rigidity across the actual roller shutter door on the back end.
To give you an idea, once you put those two together, you want to know what size hole that you will, or in a rectangular padlock, what depth, would work with that, and you're talking there 34mm. So as long as the rectangular padlock is more than 34mm, then that should fit in there no problem at all.
So there you go guys. This is the Cisa 06302. It's available on our website LocksOnline.co.uk. I hope this video if giving you a little bit more information about the product. And, now, if you're thinking of buying it, you can now understand how it works and what is going to be the challenges for you to fit it to make sure that it's going to work for you.
If however, there's something that I haven't mentioned, or there this something you further rely, or need, et cetera, look, pick up the phone. We'd love to hear from you. Either email us or use our live chat that we have on our website or you can pick up the phone and you can speak to us. Either way, whichever mate, we'd love to see you as a customer. We'd really appreciate that. So from me, Darrel, and all of us here at the LocksOnline team, take care and thank you very much. Bye-bye now. Bye-bye.