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Master™ Grip Tight Set 506

Master™ Grip Tight Set  506

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Master™ grip tight set provides universal fit with superior strength. Includes 2 styles.
  • Circuit beaker lockout grips tight with a simple thumb turn and offers great holding power.
  • Accommodates most styles of breaker toggles for versatile use.
  • Narrow profile allows side-by-side beaker lockout.
  • Power-coated steel and reinforced polymer withstand harsh environments.
  • Accept most padlock shackle and hasp dia.
  • Single and double toggle style are included in the set.
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Circuit breaker lock-outs provides a universal fit with superior strength. Best quality and selection. Fast shipping. 60 years of satisfied customers.
$30.59 InStock NewCondition
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Product Features - Master™ Grip Tight Set 506

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Specifications

Circuit Breaker Lockout Type Universal
Color Black on Red
Material Polymer, Steel
Single-Pole Lockout Type Grip-Tight Set
Manufacturer Part Number 506
Manufacturer Name MASTER LOCK COMPANY

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    Product Review

    Can this be used to lock a breaker in the on position?

    Asked by: Rose
    The toggle lockout device cannot lock a breaker in the "ON" position. It can only be used if the breaker is in the "OFF" position.
    Answered by: Valerie
    Date published: 2016-08-27
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