38mm Insulation Lock Shackle Padlock

38mm Insulation Lock Shackle Padlock
Product Details


Part No.: P38P

38mm Plastic Short Shackle Safety Padlock

a) Reinforced nylon body, withstand temperature from -20℃ to +80℃. The steel shackle is chrome plated; the non-conductive shackle is made from nylon, withstand temperature from -20to +120, ensuring the strength and deformation fracture not easily.

b) Key Retaining Feature: When the shackle is open, the key can’t be removed.

c) Laser printing and logo engraving available if required.

d) All different colors available.


Part No.


Shackle Material



Keyed Alike




“KA”: Each padlock is keyed the same in one group

“P”: Straight edge plastic lock body

“S”: Steel shackle


Other material can be customized:

“SS”: Stainless steel shackle

“BS”: Brass shackle


Keyed Differ


Keyed & Alike/Differ


Grand Master Key


Keyed Alike




Keyed Differ


Keyed & Alike/Differ


Grand Master Key

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Safety of energy isolation

The test validation procedure is a necessary step that cannot be omitted. In this case, the staff have not before the equipment is put into operation to complete the test of the function of the equipment, especially the emergency stop button on the mud pump function without testing, lead to drive motor wiring error is not found, field repair of the mud pump vice driller also does not have to test the button function, more didn't go to confirm the energy isolation is effective, the last nearly have casualties of the consequences.

The Lockout tagout procedure is the protective standard for dangerous energy control Lockout tagout (29 CFR 1910.147) issued by OSHA in 1989. The standard sets out the general industrial Lockout tagout requirements and requires authorized employees to confirm that isolation and power outages of the machine or equipment have been completed before starting work on the machine or equipment that has been locked or labeled. Studies have shown that the energy control program reduces the casualty rate by 25 to 50 percent. About 10% of all industrial accidents are due to improper control of hazardous energy. According to OSHA data, about 250,000 accidents are involved each year, of which 50,000 result in injuries and more than 100 are fatal.