Cable Sealock Installation and Removal Instructions

Double loops mean locking AND sealing: Only one seal number controls the locking function and the sealing function simultaneously, so two cuts are required. As tough to defeat as the Sealock Junior but only one component, not two, for an added measure of security. C-TPAT compliant.


Step 1

Step 2

While holding the seal with the decoration facing out, thread the cable through the bottom of the locking hasp.

Seal the locking hasp by threading the cable through hasp, pulling about 4″ of cable through the seal body.

Step 3

Step 4

Thread the cable around the inner keeper bars to create a “figure-eight”.

Lock the cable-seal by inserting the free end Of the cable through the bottom of the seal body. Pull both ends of the cable tightly to eliminate all slack.

A Cable Sealock properly sealed.


The Cable Sealock requires two cuts for removal with a cable cutter.

  1. First cut should be accomplished on the shorter cable that loops through the right hand door latch handle. This cut eliminates the Sealing function. (Figure 4-4A)

  2. Second cut should be accomplished on the longer cable that loops around the container’s keeper bars. This cut eliminates the Locking function. (Figure 5)

Figure 4

Figure 4A

Figure 5

Removal completed