Push-button lockout devices cover equipment control buttons to prevent equipment from being started during servicing. A hard-sided lockout fits around or over the button so it can't be pressed. A padlock is required to ensure the lockout isn't removed by unauthorized personnel. These devices are an integral part of a facility lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedure designed to meet the OSHA standard for the Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout).
Removable-Cover Push-Button Lockouts
These lockouts connect to a plate that has been installed beneath the push button. The cover is attached to the plate and locked in place when needed. The cover is fully removable and can be reused on other equipment as needed.
Removable-Cover Push-Button Lockouts, sorted by For Maximum Button Diameter, ascending
Hinged Push-Button Lockouts
These hinged lockouts permanently attach to machinery to prevent push buttons from being pressed when machinery is locked out. The cover stays in place when not locked to prevent accidental pressing.
Hinged Push-Button Lockouts, sorted by For Maximum Button Diameter, ascending
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