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November 12, 2012 - Featuring 300 series stainless steel construction, HRD Lockout Assembly is mechanical barrier that prevents accidental discharge of explosion suppression container into process vessel during maintenance and cleaning. Assembly's primary sensor and magnet electronically disable explosion protection controller when gate is not in full open position. Available in 4 and 6 in. sizes, unit is compliant with OSHA requirement 29 CFR 1910.147, The Control of Hazardous Energy (lockout-tagout).

New HRD Lockout Assembly Design

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FIKE Corp.
704 S. 10th St.
Blue Springs, MO, 64015 4263

Press release date: October 25, 2012

Blue Springs, MO - Fike announces the release of a new design for its HRD Lockout Assembly. This explosion protection product is a mechanical barrier used to prevent an accidental discharge of an explosion suppression container (HRD) into the process vessel during maintenance and cleaning of the vessel and/or protection system.

"The HRD lockout's new primary sensor and magnet, electronically disable Fike's explosion protection controller (EPC) when the gate is not in the full open position," explained Rich Huff, Fike Product Manager, Explosion Protection. "A great improvement to Fike's explosion suppression line, the new lockout assembly features a simplified design with easy to install electronics, 300 series stainless steel construction and optional secondary sensor for safe condition monitoring."

Available in 4" and 6" sizes, Fike's HRD Lockout Assembly is fully compatible with all existing Fike explosion suppression installations. The product can also be installed in hazardous area locations with use of an optional intrinsic safety barrier. The HRD Lockout is compliant with OSHA requirement 29 CFR 1910.147, The Control of Hazardous Energy (lockout-tagout); NFPA 69-2008, 11.3 Personnel Safety; and EN 14373, 8 Instructions for installation, commissioning and maintenance.

Fike is a globally recognized supplier of products and services that protect people and critical assets from dangers such as fire, explosion, and over-pressurization. With over 65 years of experience manufacturing safety solutions, Fike offers a complete line of proven, reliable products to customers around the world. For more information on Fike fire protection systems or to find a representative near you, visit

Fike | 704 SW 10th Street | PO Box 610 | Blue Springs | MO | 64015

Rich Huff

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