48 White Twin Sliding Door Outlet Covers Insulate and Protect Kids from Shocks
Child safety covers on all electrical outletsprotect children and insulate against drafts . Package of 48 white standard outlet covers with automatic sliding door covers and one screw between the outlets. Easily installed with a screw driver! Made in USA.
An energy saving insulating gasket around the perimeter of the outlet cover seals against air leakages into and out of your home.
Child restraint design: Spring-loaded sliding doors automatically keep receptacle holes covered when not in use. Cover has a solid appearance, concealing black receptacle holes inviting to toddlers.
Remodeling function and economy: Remodeling? A color change is simple. Cover with white, off white, ivory, red or brown sliding panel outlet covers. This child safety outlet care cover conceals wall outlets.
Energy efficiency: An insulating gasket around the entire cover seals against air leakages into and out of your home. The Minneapolis Blower door test is used in the industry to measure energy loss. The blower test was conducted on a house with standard electrical outlet covers. Each electrical outlet in that house was covered with an automatic sliding door outlet cover. The test was repeated. Air infiltration was reduced 15%.
Simple installation: Use a screw driver to install in less than a minute.
NOTE: Only for 120VAC outlets. Three models for 2 prong, 3 prong or 3 prong twin screw electrical receptacle.
Fits all "typical household receptacles." These 120 Volt, 15 Amp, NEMA 5-15 receptacles are 3 prong duplex electrical outlets with two separated oval shaped receptacles.(The screw that holds the cover screws into the center of the outlet.) Note: if your outlets contact two receptacles stacked in a rectangle, you need to purchase two screw safety outlet covers, which fasten over the outlet with one screw on top and one screw on the bottom.
Note: Inspect electrical outlets for age deterioration or for repeated use damage , especially in kitchens and baths. Loosely fitting plugs, especially 2 prong ungrounded ones, may partially or completely slip from the receptacle when cords are slightly moved. These damaged receptacles are fire hazards.