Martindale Electric expands its Locking Off device range

Martindale Electric expands its Locking Off device range

Implementing safe isolation is essential to achieving compliance with the Electricity at Work Regulations, which are there to ensure that workers on site are not exposed to danger when working on or near live electrical systems. With this in mind, Martindale Electric has expanded its Locking Off device range, to help electricians stay safe during the installation and maintenance of electrical plant and equipment.

The Martindale ‘LOK’ lock out devices have been designed to fit a wide range of MCBs, RCBOs, fuse carriers and main switches and are compatible with Martindale PAD series padlocks and TAG label sets.

A recent addition to the range is the Martindale LOCK26 – an item that doesn’t require tools to fit as it has a clamping action, activated by use of a simple turn-by-hand adjustment then closing the device and applying the appropriate warning tag and padlock.

In addition to individual components, Martindale offers electrical industry focused kits ranging from the LOKKITBASE, a basic lock out kit ideal for domestic installers working on smaller installations, through to LOKKITPRO, a more substantial lock out kit which contains a comprehensive range of locking off devices for use by contractors and maintenance teams working on industrial and commercial systems.

From an individual electrician working on a domestic installation through to a maintenance team working on an industrial site, Martindale offers solutions with a wide portfolio of safety products available either as individual items or within a handy kit. The range includes lock off devices and warning signs, proving units, voltage indicators/testers and many accessories. More additions to the range are scheduled for later in the year.

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