Large Clamp On Breaker Lockout
Part No.: CBL13
Oversized Clamp-On Circuit Breaker Lockout
Large circuit breaker lock
Oversized breaker lockout is the perfect device for 480/600V switches up to 2 1/4" wide and 7/8" thick. Applies in seconds with thumbscrew mechanism so no screwdriver is needed. And our new blade design with improved grip works on even more breaker models!
Made of rugged polypropylene and impact modified nylon .
Available in 3 sizes.
The lockouts can take padlocks with shackle diameter up to 7mm.
For 120-277V circuit breaker lockouts
For 480-600V circuit breaker lockouts
For oversized 480-600V circuit breaker lockouts
Transfer and subcontractor management
(1) handover requirements. For Lockout tagout equipment, the shift worker must ensure continuity of Lockout tagout. There should be adequate communication and orderly change of locks and CARDS among the shift staff. The shift staff should also test and verify the dangerous energy gap
(2) requirements of subcontractors. Pre-site safety training for subcontractor staff should include knowledge of Lockout tagout procedures, etc. When carrying out equipment repair and maintenance after the personnel field, the sub-contractor's staff shall be regarded as employees of the enterprise and must follow the Lockout tagout procedure. At the same time, the employees of the enterprise shall understand and comply with the relevant procedures and requirements of the subcontractor.
In addition to the above contents of hazardous energy control procedures, personnel training, procedure review, record keeping and other aspects should also be included.
3. Hazardous energy isolation measures
Different enterprises, different equipment, its dangerous energy isolation measures are not the same. The enterprise shall formulate hazardous energy isolation measures according to the equipment conditions, and as an information appendix in the hazardous energy control procedures, the procedures shall be revised according to the equipment changes during the review.
When enterprises purchase new equipment or carry out technical transformation of the original equipment, they should consider the following factors: Eliminate or reduce unlockable energy isolation devices to ensure adequate safety protection for employees; @ choose an energy isolation device that is convenient for operators to lock, such as a power load switch or isolation switch with a locking device; . Select components that are easy to release stored energy when the equipment is shut down, such as valves with residual pressure release devices.