Lockey 38mm Steel Shackle Safety Padlock

Lockey 38mm Steel Shackle Safety Padlock
Product Details


Part No.: CP38S

Lockey 38mm Steel Shackle Safety Padlock

  1. Reinforced nylon body, withstand temperature from -20℃ to +80℃. The steel shackle is chrome plated, ensuring the strength and deformation fracture not easily.

  2. Keyed Retaining : People cannot remove the key when the shackle keeps open.

  3. Laser and logo printed on the lock body are available if required.

  4. Different colors of lock body can be chose.

 

Part No.

Description

Shackle   Material

Specification

KA-CP38S

Keyed Alike System

 

Steel

 

“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

KD-CP38S

Keyed Differ System

MK-CP38S

Keyed & Alike/Differ System

GMK-CP38S

Grand Master Key System

KA-CP38P

Keyed Alike System

 

Nylon

KD-CP38P

Keyed Differ System

MK-CP38P

Keyed & Alike/Differ System

GMK-CP38P

Grand Master Key System

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CP38S


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Color Options:

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Padlock Body Shape Options:


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OSHA

Comply with OSHA regulations

OSHA. The Occupational Safety and Health Association of the U.S. department of labor was established in 1971 to publish Safety standards. To protect the health and safety of American workers. Compliance with OSHA standards can effectively protect workers' life safety and health. American companies that have adopted the scheme have so far reduced deaths by 60% and injuries by 40%.

Adopted by most industrial industries

Increase productivity and minimize equipment downtime

Locking/listing saves lives and reduces costs!

About 10% of all industrial accidents are due to improper control of hazardous power sources. According to U.S. data provider OSHA. About 250,000 accidents a year. Of these, 50,000 were injurious and more than 100 were fatal.

Studies show that the power source control plan can reduce the casualty rate by 25%~50%!

OSHA is currently counting lock/shingle violations

In view of the serious risks posed to employees by hazardous power sources, OSHA is stepping up its investigation and statistical work. In fact, the locking/listing standard has become the most frequently adopted OSHA regulation by manufacturers. OSHA fines can range from hundreds of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars.


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