Clamp On Circuit Breaker Lockout

Clamp On Circuit Breaker Lockout
Product Details

Part No.: CBL11 

Clamp-On Circuit Breaker Lockout
Circuit breaker locks
Clamp-on breaker lockouts are easy to install using patented thumbscrew design - no screwdrivers needed! Simply tighten lockout securely onto switch tongue, pull cover over thumbscrew and lock cover to prevent clamp from being loosened. Cleats are includedfor use with breakers with long, sliding switch throws.

  1. Made of ugged polypropylene and impact modified nylon

  2. Available in 3 sizes. Can be used with lockout cleats in the bottom for hard to lock longer sliding switches and switches with large angular rotation.

  3. Lock with a safety padlock.

  4. Accepts lock shackles up to 9/32" in diameter.

SPECIFICATION:


Part No.

DESCRIPTION

CBL11

For 120-277V breaker lockouts, handle width ≤18mm

CBL12

For 480-600V breaker lockouts, handle width ≤42mm

CBL13

For Large 480-600V breaker lockouts, handle width ≤72mm

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LOTO rules

Hangtag means that when the energy isolation device cannot be locked, the warning sign shall be hung on the energy isolation device in accordance with the Lockout tagout process, and the warning energy isolation device and controlled equipment shall not be operated until the warning sign is removed.

(6) Lockout tagout process, also known as "hazardous energy control process", is a written process document that includes information that authorized employees must know about the steps required to control hazardous energy during equipment repairs and maintenance.

2. 3 personnel responsibilities

(3) responsibilities of the program manager: develop and improve the program, and supervise the implementation of the program; Training staff; Issue Lockout tagout process CARDS and appliances; To take the necessary decisions to ensure the successful implementation of the procedures; Full authority to suspend any operation related to dangerous energy damage

(4) duties of maintenance and production supervisor: supervise and urge employees to consciously implement Lockout tagout process during equipment maintenance and repair.

(5) responsibilities of authorized employees (i.e., employees who are authorized to execute the locked listing process, such as maintenance and operation personnel in need) : abide by and execute the locked listing process; Receive training and feedback; Knowledge and skills of hazard energy identification, isolation and safe release.

(6) responsibilities of affected employees (such as those who operate or operate in the equipment repair and maintenance activity area) : receive training; Understand the importance of "Lockout tagout"," do not change the Lockout tagout state ", "do not start, do not operate any Lockout tagout devices".



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