Kindly view the video below for installation instructions. Safety warning: Installing Binguard requires drilling holes by using a spade drill bit. Select a slow drilling speed on electric drills and apply extra care while drilling to ensure that the spade drill bit stays in the selected location.

The image below shows the different components found within the black cable version Binguard unit.

Binguard lock unit components 1 - 6

All components found in your Binguard lock unit.

        1. Short Cable
        2. Gravity Lock with lock plate
        3. Hang Tag
        4. Padlock
        5. Cable Tie
        6. Long Cable
Tips&Tricks: Don't loose your Binguard short black cable

How to avoid losing the short black cable

It may happen that users  forget to lock the cable into the padlock on bin collection day. This may result in the short, black cable (the one that clicks into the yellow gravity lock) ending up in the refuse collection truck.
Here is a simple, yet effective solution!

Attach the cable tie, supplied with the Binguard unit, through the short cable’s eye (loop) and around the long cable (the cable which is attached to the bin’s back hinge, with the padlock on the other end). See image above. In doing so, the short cable cannot slide down over the long cable eye.


Trained and friendly Binguard installers can be found in the list below. Contact the installer of your choice directly once you have ordered your lock from us. He will be able to install Binguard on your home wheelie bin. Note: You still need to order Binguard via our website. Installer rates are not fixed, but suggested at R150 to R250 per Binguard installation (depenting on number of bins to install).  Please confirm pricing with the installer of your choice before giving him the job to do. Click here to view a list of available installers: