CATU AL-325 Invention Folding Safety Barrier with 3 Panels
- Lightweight and stable 3-panel intervention barrier, used to temporarily fence off and delimit a work area inside a building.
- Material : 100% polyester fabric, fluorescent yellow, prohibition pictogram.
- Light and flexible structure made of PVC tubes (Ø 26 mm), which allows a quick installation by one person.
- Panels made of 100% polyester fabric in fluorescent yellow for better visualization.
- Prohibition pictogram.
- AL-326 : Additional element made up of a single panel, allowing to enlarge the barrier.
- Fixing by 2 clips of junction (supplied).
- Flexible structure, PVC tubes Ø 26 mm.
- Can receive additional panels reference AL-326.
Safety barriers for electrical work are crucial for protecting workers and the public from electrical hazards. These barriers are used to prevent unauthorized access to areas with live electrical equipment and to reduce the risk of electrical accidents. Here are several types of safety barriers commonly used in electrical work:
Insulating Barriers: These are non-conductive barriers made of materials like rubber or plastic. They are used to cover live electrical parts and prevent direct contact.
Lockout/Tagout Devices: These are specific devices used to ensure that electrical systems are properly shut off and cannot be re-energized during maintenance or repair work. Lockout devices physically block the use of switches or valves, while tagout devices provide warning labels to indicate that equipment should not be used.
Warning Signs and Labels: Clearly visible signs and labels that warn of electrical hazards are essential. These include signs for high voltage, electrical equipment rooms, and underground cables.
Fencing and Barricades: Temporary or permanent fencing and barricades are used to restrict access to areas with electrical hazards. This is particularly important in substations, power plants, and construction sites.
Safety Cones and Tape: These are used to cordon off areas where electrical work is being performed, especially in public or easily accessible areas.
Arc Flash Boundary Tape: This specialized tape is used to mark the boundaries around electrical equipment where an arc flash hazard exists. It serves as a visual reminder to maintain a safe distance.
Grounding and Bonding Devices: While not barriers in the traditional sense, proper grounding and bonding are essential for electrical safety. These practices help to ensure that in the event of a fault, electrical current is safely conducted to the ground.
Using these safety barriers and practices helps to prevent electrical shocks, burns, and other injuries, ensuring a safer work environment for electricians and others who may be near electrical installations.
HS Commodity Codes3597560065954
ManufacturerCATU SAS is a subsidiary of the SICAME Group
Country of OriginFrance
MaterialTube PVC/ Textile Polyester, Not Applicable
Dimensions (mm)1710 x 1000 (per panel), Not Applicable
UseIndoor, Not Applicable
StandardISO 7010, Not Applicable
Pack SizeEach, Not Applicable