Economic Adjustable Steel Wire Security Fish-Shaped Cable Lockout
with 3.8 dia. 6 padlock
Part No.: CB04
Economic Fish-Shaped Cable Lockout
- Lock body: made from ABS, with insulation plastic coated steel
- Accepts up to 6 padlocks for multiple lockout application.
- Cable length and color can be customized.
- Includes high-visibility, re-usable, write-on safety labels. The
length of labels can be customized.
|CB04||Cable diameter 3.8mm, length 2 m|
Lockout tagout concept
According to the definition in GB/ t333579-2017, locking/listing is
to place lockout tagout on the energy isolator in accordance with
the established procedure to indicate that the energy isolator
shall not be operated until the lock/tag is removed according to
the established procedure. "Lockout tagout" can be either a
separate locking device or a hangtag device, or both. The industry
also calls it lockout tagout, or LOTO for short
Lockout tagout are all safety measures in temporary downtime such
as maintenance, cleaning, etc., and can only be implemented by
authorized personnel. The single listing device is only a warning
device, which is easy to be damaged and removed in nature, and easy
to be removed artificially. Moreover, it cannot prevent
misoperation, and cannot make the machine itself in a safe state.
Therefore, generally, the locking device and the listing device
will be used together in the process of dangerous energy control.
Lockout tagout purpose is to prevent accidental pneumatic machines
as well as to prevent the accidental release of dangerous energy,
dangerous energy here refers to any energy may cause personal
injury, including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic,
chemical, thermal energy and potential energy, in order to avoid
accidental release of dangerous energy, usually equipped with
energy isolating device, the physical mechanism of energy transfer
or release prevention, such as:
Manually operate circuit breakers, disconnecting switches, and
manual disconnecting all live wire connections through these
Other similar devices used to block or isolate energy.
If the isolation is not in place, it may lead to serious
casualties. Common isolation errors are as follows:
Not stopping the machine or equipment;
Not actually cutting off energy;
No residual energy is released;
Accidentally turning on a closed device;
Work site not cleaned before re-pneumatic.
Through the strict direct lockout tagout basic procedures, you can
prevent the accidental start of the machine, the accidental release
of energy, to protect the safety of personnel