Every insulated hand tool is rated for exposure up to 1000VAC and dielectrically tested at 10,000 VAC. These tools meet or exceed current ASTM 1505-07 and IEC 900 Standards for Insulated Hand Tools. These tools will help you to be complaint with OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S and NFPA 70E.
*To fully comply with OSHA 1910.333 (c)(2) and NFPA 70E, INSULATED HAND TOOLS MUST BE USED. A complete insulated tool program should be in place to meet these standards.
The insulating material used is impact resistant and flame retardant. The 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 removed from service and considered for electrical retesting.
Slotted Screwdrivers: 1/8″ x 2″, 3/16″ x 4″, 1/4″ x 6″
Phillips Screwdrivers: #1 x 3″ and #2 x 4″
Torque Wrench 3nm – 23 nm
3/8″ Drive reversible ratchet
3″ and 6″ extensions, 3/8″ drive, 4 nm – 23 nm
8 pcs. 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 14mm, 16mm, 18mm, 19mm, 21mm, Deep 12 pt. Socket set, 3/8″ drive
8 pcs. 10mm-21mm box end wrench set
7-1/2″ Diagonal cutting pliers
8″ needle Nose pliers
9″ Linemen pliers
In a high impact plastic tool box
Insulated tools are to be used as secondary protection and are not intended to be used in place of other personal protective equipment. Whenever possible, always de-energize lines before working on or around them. Although the insulation on tools is impact resistant and flame retardant, each tool should be inspected prior to each use for cracks, cuts or other damage. Should the yellow insulation become visible through the orange outer layer, discontinue use immediately.
Salisbury part# TK30M
Arnett part# S-TK30M