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SafetyGate™ Professional Retrofit Restart Protection Electrical Plug

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27455
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SafetyGate™ Professional Retrofit Restart Protection Electrical Plug SafetyGate Pro
SafetyGate™ Professional Retrofit Restart Protection Electrical Plug

Prevent dangerous restarts of a host of different devices on the jobsite or in your workshop. When there is an interruption in the power supply to your device, Safety Gate™ Professional prevents spontaneous restart of your device when power is restored by requiring you to turn the device off and then on again with your device switch. This prevents tools from coming back on at undesirable times, which eliminates the risk of injuries caused by sudden and unwanted restarts. Safety Gate™ Professional Retrofit meets OSHA, NFPA and CSA standards for restart protection with power tools another high capacity devices found in the workplace. 15 amp maximum rating.

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Manufacturer Part Number 82397PSP
Weight 0.2000
Finish Black
5.0 / 5.0
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I needed an anti-restart for my drill press which was designed without this safety feature. The Safety Gate was a snap to install and works great. To make thing even better it saved me lots of money, not having to by a much more expensive drill press with this feature built in.
September 28, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Excellent idea seems well made. They...
Excellent idea seems well made. They would have much more utility if available in a 20A for larger equipment like my table saw and band saw.
December 8, 2010
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Rockler Store
This is supposed to prevent a power tool from coming back after a power outage. Although it hasn't been an issue for me, I would like to avoid it. Reviews indicate that this little device works.
Brian S on Jan 4, 2019
I need an inexpensive power outage detector. This will work perfectly.
RobyWon Kenobi on Jun 8, 2018
This is supposed to prevent a power tool from coming back after a power outage. Although it hasn't been an issue for me, I would like to avoid it. Reviews indicate that this little device works.
Brian S on Jan 4, 2019
compact and inexpensive but still gets the job done
Bruce K on Dec 3, 2018
I need an inexpensive power outage detector. This will work perfectly.
RobyWon Kenobi on Jun 8, 2018
Recommended by a colleague for safety.
Jonathan H on Jun 29, 2017
to make osha happy
William B on Nov 29, 2016
Required for safety of our machines
Linda L on Oct 17, 2016
Safety; it does not happen often; but a receptacle or breaker trips or a cord gets pulled. Re-applying power will not start the equipment.
DrKdog on Jan 5, 2016
Requested by a technician for workshop.
PAMELA J O on Jul 23, 2015
Loss cost protection from motor start up.
Eugene S on Jul 10, 2015
I picked these items to meet safety requirements on equipment in our maintenance shop.
Aram E on Apr 16, 2015
compact and inexpensive but still gets the job done
Bruce K on Dec 3, 2018
Recommended by a colleague for safety.
Jonathan H on Jun 29, 2017
Are these UL listed?
Troy D on Apr 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This item meets OSHA, NFPA and CSA standards for restart protection with power tools.
does it work with non polarized plugs?
A shopper on Sep 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: no
Is it resettable once tripped?
Ken V on Jun 20, 2016
If power goes off will it deactive and not come back on when power is restored until it is manually reset ? To be used with one item.
larry v on Dec 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Larry I am an Engineer who have been working with with electro/mechanical and logic controllers for years and purchased about 8 of these about a year ago for drill presses, grinders and other equipment I needed to make sure would not come back on in the event of power interruption or loss allowing the machinery to come back on. I have not had one issue with them and they are worth the investment. As a SAFETY coordinator also I would feel comfortable recommending them as long as you don't exceed the amperage rating or voltage of the device. When power is lost there is no manual reset other then cycling the machinery down and then turn back on. It is by far the best device I have found for the application and suggest grabbing a couple extra, I did just because I was unsure if they would last and ended up using them on other equipment I had not intended until I found out how many applications they work for. I know I sound like a informercial but these actually exceeded my expectations and feel safe in recommending to others. Hope this help. Irv
I use my garage as a shop and have one 110v outlet for all my tools; that is, I unplug one tool and plug in another when I need to. I also plug my tools into an iVac so that my shop vac comes on when I turn on the tools. If I plug this into the iVac power tool outlet, will it work as intended? Thanks!
Brian S on Jan 3, 2019