The set comes with a free tool case that's easy to transport to and from the job site, and all of the tools in the kit are double insulated and guaranteed up to 1000 volts. The insulating material used is impact resistant and flame retardant.
Two-color insulation makes inspection easier which adds to the overall safety. If the yellow under layer is showing, the tool may no longer be insulated properly and should be considered for replacement and removed from service.
- Meets IEC 900 Standard for Insulated Hand Tools
- Exceeds ASTM 1505-01 Standards for Insulated Hand Tools
- Helps meet OSHA Requirements
- Meets NFPA 70E Requirements
- Tested to 10,000VAC and rated for 1000VAC Maximum Exposure
- Impact Resistant and Flame Retardant
- Made in the U.S.A.
- SCREWDRIVER CABINET TIP SLOTTED 1/8" X 3"
- SCREWDRIVER SQUARE BLADE SLOTTED 3/16" X 4"
- SCREWDRIVER ROUND BLADE SLOTTED 1/4" X 7"
- SCREWDRIVER PHILLIPS #1 X 3"
- SCREWDRIVER PHILLIPS #2 X 4"
- PLIER DIAGONAL HEAVY DUTY 7"
- PLIER NEEDLE NOSE, WITH CUTTER 7"
- PLIER LINESMAN 9"
- SOCKET 3/8" 1/2DR 12 POINT
- SOCKET 7/16" 1/2DR 12 POINT
- SOCKET 1/2" 1/2DR 12 POINT
- SOCKET 9/16" 1/2DR 12 POINT
- SOCKET 5/8" 1/2DR 12 POINT
- SOCKET 11/16" 1/2DR 12 POINT
- SOCKET 3/4" 1/2DR 12 POINT
- EXTENSION 5" 1/2DRIVE FLARE END
- EXTENSION 10" 1/2DRIVE FLARE END
- RATCHET 10" 1/2" DRIVE
- Tool Case
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