May 10, 2019

KIRK® trapped key interlocks protect the safety of your employees and equipment by ensuring a predetermined sequence of operations is followed every time, without fail.

Traditionally during the spring outage, Kirk recommends reviewing the safe operations of key interlocks on Electrostatic Precipitators. Using our experience, we have put together a quick safety checklist to help identify potential issues before they escalate.

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August 15, 2016

Watch for our Ad in the September 2016 print and online publication of Facility Safety Management.

Mitigating risks on energized electrical equipment:

- Ensures predetermined sequence of safety operations

-  Prevents unintentional access to hazardous areas

Engineered to keep them safe at work.

March 5, 2015


Trapped key interlocking information and products easy to find at


North Canton, Ohio (March 4, 2015) - KIRK® has launched a redesigned website at The all new site design helps users more easily navigate through trapped key interlocking product and educational information with application specific pages, standards information, and a customer portal.


The site’s new Applications section provides comprehensive information on trapped key interlock use in switchgear,...

February 26, 2015

 KIRK trapped key interlock systems ensure your ESP is safe and protects personnel from potential hazards.  Replace or repair malfunctioning or damaged locks or upgrade your current system to a more robust stainless steel design.  Our KIRK sales team can help you ensure safety and mitigate risk in your operations.


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