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Can anyone recommend a good/ comprehensive lock off kit that will be compatible with the majority of domestic consumer units
 
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davesparks

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I have a couple or the Kewtech kewlok type, a couple or padlocks and a full kit of fancy ones to show the NIC man.

I use the kewlok ones on a daily basis, the padlocks quite often for isolators and the big lockout kit comes out once a year as mentioned.

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telectrix

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i use the type that inserts pins through the holes either side of the toggle. can't seem to find an illustration atm.
 

SparkySy

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I have this one and it covers all my needs! Didn't pay that for it though!!
 

telectrix

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You mean a split pin?;)
no. the pin is embedded in plastic with the MBB switched off, the ends spring into those tiny holes either side of the toggle. the plastic bits have padlock holes in them for locking off. just found image of them what i have. obviously not as big as the enlarged image>
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ChrisElectrical88

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That may be true, but they exist to stop accidents, not malice!
Only know how they come apart cause a bricky pulled one off a lad who was working with us and switched the circuit on years ago.
 

davesparks

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They can be undone without the code pretty easily.
Most lockoffs can be removed pretty easily without a key.
 

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