Salisbury PRO-TOOL™ Insulated Tools & Tool Kits are all tested to 10,000 VAC for use up to 1,000 VAC. These tools meet or exceed ASTM F1505-01 and IEC 900 Standards for Insulated Hand Tools. These tools will help you to be compliant with OSHA 1910.333 (c)(2), and NFPA 70E 2000. 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 electrical retesting. These easy to care for tool sets come in carrying cases or tool rolls to easily move from job site to job site.
- Comply with IEC 900 Standard for Insulated Hand Tools
- Exceed ASTM F1505-01 Standards for Insulated Hand Tools
- Helps Meet OSHA Requirements
- Meets NFPA 70E Requirements
- Tested to 10,000 VAC and Rated for 1,000 VAC Maximum Exposure
- Impact Resistant & Flame Retardant Two-Color Insulating Material
- Made in U.S.A.
Salisbury TK60 Includes
- Insulated Slotted Screwdrivers are: 1/8 x 2'', 3/16 x 4'', 3/16 x 6'', 1/4 x 6'', 5/16 x 6''
- Insulated Phillips Screwdrivers are: #2 x 4'', #2 x 8''
- Insulated Nut Drivers are: 6'' long nutdrivers: 3/16'', 1/4'', 5/16'', 11/32'', 3/8'', 7/16'', 1/2''
- Torque wrench: 30-150 in/lb
- 3/8'' drive reversible ratchet 3'' and 6'' extensions, 3/8'' drive
- 10 pcs. 5/16'' to 7/8'', 3/8'' dr socket set
- 11 pcs. 3/8'' to 1'' box end wrench set
- 14 pcs. 1/16'' to 1/2'', 6'' long arm, type hex wrench set
- Insulated Pliers Included are: 7 1/2'' diagonal cutting plier , 8'' needle nose plier, 9'' Linesman's plier, 9 1/2'' cable cutting plier, 10'' water pump plier, Combination stripper/crimper plier
- Plastic tool box, including tool rolls
|Set Product as New to Date||No|
|Usually Ships||7 to 10 days|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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