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hasp

[hasp]
(design engineering)
A two-piece fastening device having a loop on one piece and a hinged plate that fits over the loop on the other.

HASP

[hasp]
(computer science)
A technique used on some types of larger computers to control input and output between a computer and its peripheral devices by utilizing mass-storage devices to temporarily store data. Acronym for Houston Automatic Spooling Processor.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

hasp

hasp
A fastening device consisting of a loop and a slotted hinge plate, normally secured with a padlock.
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HASP

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HASP

(Houston Automatic Spooling Program) An earlier mainframe spooling program that provided task, job and data management functions.
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Rather than the generic, sharp-cornered aluminum boxes, these were beautifully molded with round corners and had chromed, luggage-type locking hasps. Truly, they were things of beauty, but alas, they were near the price of the Weatherby Magnum rifle that was supposed to go inside.
Ditto for having similar riveted hinges, hasps, and handle; a gasket to seal out dust and dirt; a rod that allows the locking of four hasps with one padlock, and an egg-crate foam liner that conforms to and holds secure any gun that's put inside.
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Fortress Interlocks has introduced the Lockout Scissor Hasp for use in locking off dangerous machinery in the workplace.
Employees who use the lockout-tagout safety procedure can lock multiple padlocks onto the scissor hasp to secure dangerous machinery, preventing anyone powering up the machine while personnel are inside.
* Machine screws, nuts and washers or pop rivets for mounting hasp and hinge assemblies.
Two windows 7" X 10", one on each side and in line with the release door, Leave 3" of material between door edge and window opening so you have room to mount door hinge and hasp assemblies.