less then an inch
This is not a recommended use as you would need to drill into the shell of the refrigerator in order to properly install the hasp. Please check with the manufacturer for recommendations to lock / secure the refrigerator.
I'm guessing it could if it gets hit directly and sharply. If it doesn't break, a few whacks with a sledge would pull the mounting screws out with the same result. This lock design is to keep people honest.
It does turn into the locking position but you do have to have the key to actually lock it. It does not lock w/o the key.
I dont see why.... the mounting surfaces just need to be pretty much level with each other and it should work.
Please reach out to Customer Care and they can put you in touch with the manufacturer so you can get additional keys.
Yep. Well designed that way. You have to turn the key tumbler a full 360 to engage the lock, but when unlocked with the knob turned vertical, it will still secure the door from out of reach tykes.
You can reach out to Home Depot Customer Care and they can put you in touch with the manufacturer to get additional keys.
The weakest part of the lock is the screw attachment, which could be ripped from their threads. But they are concealed when the hasp is closed, and the metal gage is pretty stout. And it's not being sold or priced as a high security solution.
Look for key number in store stock not on hasp .