Electrical Panel Lockouts and Switch Lockouts are removable push button and rotary switch covers that prevent access to a switch or control. These highly efficient Electrical Panel and Switch Lockouts boast clear bases and cover allows clear visibility of nameplates and labels. View our complete range of Electrical Panel and Switch Lockouts below.
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The 496B Master Lock Universal Light Switch Cover is used to ensure that switches stay locked on or locked off.
SKU: LS Cocoon
The Lockout Safety Cocoon : Oversize Electrical Push Button Lockout is ideal for use on electrical panels or on control stations. It is also useful for Locking out Special cranes / heavy machinery. This lockout safety device can be easily installed in seconds – by just placing it on the Push buttons thus concealing them in a cocoon – hence protecting them from being accidentally energized.
SKU: LS CIR
This transparent Cover for Panel Switches completely seals the Switch and allows the user to see what position the switch is locked on. Available in two sizes.
SKU: LS Mushroom
The Lockout Safety Mushroom – Push Button Lockout is designed to fit snugly around emergency stop buttons of normal sizes, and is made of special reinforced materials.
The device also comes with a red beak padlock installer to fully secure it when installed.
Master Lock Retrofit base with double-faced adhesive tape for S2151 (12 per bag) – these bases are new horse-shoe shaped retrofit bases for the S2151 Rotary/Push button Cover.
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