Part No.: PIS
Miniature Circuit Breaker Lockout
Pin in standard circuit breaker lockout
Mini circuit breaker lockout
Made of engineering plastic strengthened nylon PA.
Designed for breakers that have holes in the switch tongue.
Quick and easy - just snap in place and applya safety padlock.
Dual cavities accomodate different size switch tongues
Can take padlocks with a shackle diameter up to 7mm.
Available for single and multi-pole breakers.
POS (Pin Out Standard), 2 holes required, fit up to 60Amp
PIS (Pin In Standard), 2 holes required, fit up to 60Amp
POW (Pin Out Wide), 2 holes required, fit up to 60Amp
TBLO (Tie Bar Lockout), no hole in breakers required
Classification of locks
1. Working mode of personal locking:
(I) for the operation of a single isolation point, the on-duty squad leader and the person in charge of maintenance shall directly lock the isolation point with their own personal locks.
(ii) for the operation of multiple isolation points, the operator of the workshop belonging to the equipment shall lock all isolation points with collective locks first, and store the keys of collective locks centrally in the lock box after locking, and then the section leader of the workshop belonging to the equipment or the shift leader on duty and the person in charge of maintenance shall lock the lock box with their own personal locks
2. If there is more than one set of collective locks, all the keys shall be placed in the collective lock box, and the key number shall be identified by the staff and corresponding to the on-site safety locks.
Lock and unlock workflow
1. Identify energy sources
The Lockout personnel can understand the power source of the device by reading the sign attached to the device, and obtain the Lockout tagout lock.
2. Inform affected persons
Lock personnel verbally notify affected employees and other personnel, such as operators, cleaners, contractors, etc., working in the equipment area.
3. Turn off the device
Lockup personnel take safe and effective steps to turn off equipment, usually at the console.
4. Disconnect/isolate equipment
After the lockman shuts down the device, operate the power cut-off device to shut down or cut off all power sources.
Lockout tagout Lockout personnel shall lock and tag at each of the Lockout points designated on the sign and fill in the list of Lockout tagout energy isolation points.
Release/control residual energy
Locking personnel ensure that all potential or residual energy is controlled, such as the removal of liquids, gases, etc.
The lockman checks to see if the device is truly shut down and safe.
7. Remove the lock plate
Lock personnel shall first clear all (maintenance) tools out of the working area of the equipment, restore all safety protection devices to their original position, and then remove their own CARDS, locks and fill in the "unlock record";
Lock personnel verbally inform all affected employees and other employees to terminate the isolation lock process;
Lock personnel must carefully check before starting the equipment to ensure that no one is in the dangerous area.