The Panel Lockout is a circuit breaker lockout tagout device that locks out the entire electrical panel. Circuit breakers remain locked off for electrician safety or locked on to prevent unauthorized shutdowns of critical equipment.
The Panel Lockout fits on panels 14 inches to 20 inches wide. Extensions are available for wider panels.
Keeps the panel door locked and prevents the panel cover removal by encapsulating two panel screws.
AS per OSHA lockout tagout requirements a reusable tagout and a padlock are included.
Made in USA. Lock imported.
Quantity discounts for this item:
5% off twenty or more; 10% off fifty or more; 12% off 100 or more.
Please choose: Keyed Alike or Keyed Differently and which type of Padlock you prefer: Brass with 3 keys or Red Nylon with 1 key. You can see each type of padlock on our Store page.
You may purchase the Panel Lockout without locks and tags for a price reduction of $3.50 per Panel Lockout. Your own lock must have a long shank that is less than a 1/4 inch thick. However, if your lock is not as just described, you can place a lockout tagout hasp on the Panel Lockout and use any lock that has a shank 5/16 inch or less. Please call us if you want to buy without locks and tags at 516-343-2382
Using the Panel Lockout during construction
During construction wires are pulled, but not terminated, into a live panel. These terminations are not made until the field side of the wire can be completed. This leaves the wire exposed to vandals. Copper wire can be terminated into the live panel and then the panel can be locked. This protects the wire and the work that would be needed to replace it if it was vandalized. Locking out the panel also prevents an incomplete wire from becoming live in the field.
Another advantage to completing the terminations in the electrical panel is that deadlines can be more easily met. The electric closets often become a bottleneck in the last days of a project when all the terminations need to be completed. Finally, there is no searching for trims and panel covers for the electrical panels because the panels are already completed.