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Circuit Breaker Lockout System

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Snap-on lockout for Square D NQO and other breakers with a hole in the switch tongue

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44-768

Clamp-on lockout for breakers without hole in the switch tongue, including multi-pole breakers with tie bars

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44-764

4 in. Lock Rail with seven lock loops

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44-769

IDEAL Circuit Breaker Lockout Systems cover most 120V-277V breakers! They work on a wide range of breakers, including single- and multi-pole configurations. Using a unique lock rail system provides many benefits: They can accommodate multiple locks, facilitating group lockout activity without hasps, they keep weight off the breakers, which protects the delicate electrical components from damage, and they host positions locks and tags on the outside panel, making sure the lockout activity is clearly visible to anyone in the area. Circuit Breaker Lockout Systems are either Snap-on or Clamp-on, depending on the worker’s needs.

• Covers most 120V - 277V breakers!                                                                         

• Works on wide range of breakers, including single- and multi-pole configurations

• Makes use of unique lock rail system, providing the following benefits:

   - Accommodates multiple locks, facilitating group lockout activity without hasps  

   - Keeps weight off the breakers, protecting delicate electrical components from damage

   - Positions locks and tags outside the panel, making sure lockout activity is clearly visible to anyone in the area

• Technical Information:

   - Lockout devices constructed of high-impact Isoplast polymers  

   - Cables are 2 ft. in length  

   - Lock rails made of durable Isoplast polymers with acrylic adhesive backing

• Snap-on – For use on Square D NQO and other breakers that have a hole in the switch tongue. Just align pins with hole and snap closed. Pins prevent switch from being thrown.

• Clamp-on – For use on breakers that do not have a hole in the switch tongue, including multiple breakers with tie bars. Turn thumb-screw to clamp lockout securely onto switch, then snap the cover closed to prevent thumbwheel from being loosened.

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