Lockout Valves

Ports Sizes: 1/2" to 2"
Transair's Pneumatic Lock-out valves provide a safe, OSHA approved solution for rapid machine shut-off. OSHA requires the use of a lock-out valve near the point of use. Lockout valves are installed in pneumatic drop legs, or individual pneumatic control lines. Lockout valves are used during maintenance and service procedures of pneumatically (air) operated equipment. FLV8NAB 1" IN STOCK.

■ Used for compliance with OSHA 29 CFR part 1910*
■ Cast aluminum body
■ Inline or surface mountable
■ Built in port for pressure verification to meet ANSI B11 and PMMI B155 requirements
■ Teflon seals outperform competitor models using Buna-N

*The 1910.147 OSHA standard requires control of the release of stored energy via lockout or via tagout where the energy isolating device is not capable of being locked out.

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Standard Models & Dimensions
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Product # PORT
IN/OUT (IN)
PORT
EXH (IN)
A (IN) A1 (IN) B (IN) C (IN) D (IN) E (IN) F (IN) G (IN) H (IN) Quick Ship
FLV4N6B 1/2 3/4 8.32 .64 6.60 2.00 3.06 4.24 1.32 1.56 2.21 --
FLV6N6B 3/4 3/4 8.32 .64 6.60 2.00 3.06 4.24 1.32 1.56 2.21 --
FLV6NAB 3/4 1 1/4 9.91 .85 7.95 2.25 3.91 5.65 1.74 1.89 2.74 --
FLV8NAB 1 1 1/4 9.91 .85 7.95 2.25 3.91 5.65 1.74 1.89 2.74

High Flow Models & Dimensions
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Product # PORT
IN/OUT (IN)
PORT
EXH (IN)
A (IN) A1 (IN) B (IN) C (IN) D (IN) E (IN) F (IN) G (IN) G1 (IN) H (IN) J (IN) Quick Ship
FLVBNCB 1 1/2 2 14.82 1.87 8.2 3.00 5.89 1.5 5.81 2.43 4.10 4.34 7.49 --
FLVCNCB 2 2 14.82 1.87 8.2 3.00 5.89 1.5 5.81 2.43 4.10 4.34 7.49 --
ES Silencers High Flow
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Product # PIPE SIZE FLOW (SCFM) HEX (IN) LENGTH (IN) Quick Ship
FES75MC 3/4 893 1.62 4.56 --
FES125MC 1 1/4 1486 -- 5.69 --
FES200MC 2 1580 2.99 7.68 --


Pop-Up Pressure Indicators
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F988A30 Brass --


FLV Flow Capacity
Applications

Lockout valves are installed in pneumatic drop legs, or individual pneumatic control lines. In accordance with OSHA procedures, lockout valves are used during maintenance and service procedures of pneumatically (air) operated equipment. Prior to servicing, the red handle is pressed inward, blocking pressure and relieving all downstream air pressure. A padlock is installed through the locking hasp, preventing accidental actuation during the maintenance procedure. Following maintenance, the padlock is removed and the red handle is pulled outward, returning air pressure to the system.


Placement of Lockout Device
Placement of Lockout Device
Operation
Valve Closed
With a short inward push of the red handle, the flow of supply air is blocked from the outlet port. Downstream air flows from outlet to exhaust port. The valve must be padlocked while in this position during maintenance to prevent it from being inadvertently pulled outward and creating the potential for injury to people or machinery.
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Valve Open
When the red handle is pulled out, supply air flows freely from inlet to outlet, and flow to the exhaust port is blocked. A detent keeps the handle in the open position. The handle is not designed to be locked in the open position so that the valve is always ready for shutoff.
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