- Zenex thermoplastic body is nonconductive and functions in temperatures from -70 to 350 degrees F
- Retains key until locked, to ensure padlock is not left unlocked
- Keyed different 6-pin tumbler cylinder for security (over 40,000 key codes)
- "Property of" labels with blank lines for customization and "Danger: Locked Out Do Not Remove" labels included
- Limited lifetime warranty
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Master Lock 410 Series Zenex Lockout/Tagout Padlock, Keyed Different, 1-3/4" Body Length, 1-1/2" Shackle Clearance
|Price:||$7.44 - $65.34|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
|Brand Name||Master Lock|
|Item Weight||1.67 pounds|
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The Master Lock 410 Series Zenex lockout/tagout padlock has a nonconductive thermoplastic body that functions in temperatures from -70 to 350 degrees F; retains its key until locked to ensure it is not left unlocked; and has a keyed different 6-pin tumbler cylinder for security (over 40,000 key codes). "Property of" labels with blank lines for customization and "Danger: Locked Out Do Not Remove" labels in English, French, and Spanish are included. This padlock is part of a lockout/tagout (LOTO) safety procedure required at facilities where a device or energy source needs to be isolated during maintenance and repair. When used according to manufacturer's recommendations, this product is covered by a limited lifetime warranty against defects in workmanship or materials.
The lock body is Zenex, a UV-stabilized thermoplastic with tensile strength and resistance to corrosion. The shackle is plated to resist corrosion, but non-hardened, as some LOTO procedures require the shackle to be cut with bolt cutters. The lock mechanism is lubricated with a National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) certified lubricant that meets category code H1, designating this lock safe for use in food processing areas.
|*Overall dimensions||1-3/4 x 1-1/2 x 3/4 inches (44 x 38 x 19.05 mm) (H x W x D)|
|Vertical shackle clearance||1-1/2" (3.8 cm)|
|Horizontal shackle clearance||25/32"|
|Shackle diameter||1/4" (6 mm)|
|Shackle pull force withstood||800 lb.|
*H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Vertical shackle clearance is the distance from the top of the lock body to the farthest point on the inside of the shackle. Horizontal shackle clearance measures the space between the shackle heel and shackle toe. Shackle pull force is tested to American Standard for Testing and Materials (ASTM) F883.
Lockout/tagout (LOTO) safety procedures require that lockout devices meet Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 1910.147(c)(5) standards for quality assurance. Safety padlocks, also called lockout padlocks, use colors or warning labels to help prevent machine operation or power activation during maintenance and repair. The security level of a safety padlock is measured more by the number of key codes (also called key changes or key cuts) it can offer than by its ability to withstand physical abuse. A padlock with more pin tumblers and higher precision key cylinders has more key codes available, making it harder to pick, and less likely for a large facility to inadvertently give two employees padlocks with the same key code. Keyed alike locks allow one user to open many padlocks with one key. Keyed different means each lock is opened by its own key. Master keyed locks can be opened if the original key is lost or unavailable during an emergency.
Master Lock manufactures padlocks, combination locks, and related security products. The company, founded in 1921, is headquartered in Milwaukee, WI.
What’s in the Box?
- 410 Series Zenex padlock
- "Property of" labels (English, Spanish, and French)
- "Danger: Locked Out Do Not Remove" labels (English, Spanish, and French)
Top Customer Reviews
Mine came with one key. Keep in mind that some locksmiths may refuse to duplicate a lockout key, and for good reason. It is a safety device. Having 2 keys presents the opportunity for another person to inadvertently remove the padlock while it is being serviced downstream. If the equipment is energized, it could kill you.
The lock body is plastic. This lock is designed to provide reasonable resistance to accidental/unauthorized energizing of a switch or disconnect.
This lock is NOT designed to provide resistance to forced access. This lock could easily be opened with a hammer, but keeping in mind the intended use of this device, that is not an unreasonable amount of security.
If you are buying this lock, keep in mind it's intended function -- reasonable resistance to accidental/unauthorized use or engagement of a switch or disconnect while service is being performed downstream of the circuit. It is not designed to be a long term use lock.
A buddy of mine uses these on his gym locker because it is lightweight and unique allowing it to be identified easily. The key cannot be removed from the lock while it is unlocked, which helps prevent a misplaced key as well as ensuring that the lock is fully engaged before you walk away.
See the standards for lockout/tagout if you are interested in exactly what this padlock is for.
I was really happy to see that they made the 110-120V lockouts at a reasonable price as I am used to using the bigger industrial lockouts. This lock was a perfect civil solution to an uncivil problem.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are plastic and cheaply built, I dropped mine and it broke into pieces. Not something I want to "safety lock out" with. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dakota Spencer
It has a bunch of security pins inside of it that was fun to pick open. Unfortunately, this plastic lock falls apart once you've picked it open. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Zak
Crap. The lock broke the first day while I was just playing with it. I wouldn't trust it for anything but a baby rattle.Published 28 days ago by David Paap
The lock was easily picked when I put it on my tractor. This particular lock was made very cheaply. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
High security core but it broke free from the housing very quickly causing free rotation thus unlocking the shacklePublished 29 days ago by Matt
Did not come with stickers. Need those to use it at work. Hope seller corrects.Published 1 month ago by False alarm.
It's a Master Lock, but it is somewhat cheaper quality than any Master Lock I've every owned and for that I am disappointed their name is on this and -1*. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Corey F