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Valve and Pneumatic Lockout Devices

After electrical energy, fluids and gases are the next most significant hazard when it comes to hazardous energy in the workplace. The hazard can come from many different factors, including:

Isolating fluids and gases during Lockout/Tagout in compliance with OSHA's 29 CFR 1910.147 can be challenging due to the variety of components that can provide the necessary isolation, usually valves and pneumatic fittings. DEenergize has the following available types of devices to lock out electrical energy sources found in workplaces:

 

Title: Valve and Pneumatic Lockout Devices
URL: http://www.deenergize.com/?target=Valve_and_Pneumatic
Printed: Saturday November 18th, 2017

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