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    Electrical Insulated Screwdrivers.

    What kits do you guys roll with ?
    The primary function of the design engineer is to make things difficult for the fabricator and impossible for the serviceman.

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    Felo I like them a little better than my Wera's... Co worker has Wiha and they seem pretty good... really can't go wrong with anything made in Germany.

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    https://www.kimballmidwest.com/All-P...drivers/84900/

    I use this set..saves some space and the different tips lock in so they wont come loose inside a panel, like a standard 11 in 1 sometimes does

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    Knipex works well.

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    Wiha 38017

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    "Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort. The bitterness of poor quality lingers long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten" --- John Ruskin

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    Quote Originally Posted by poptop22 View Post
    https://www.kimballmidwest.com/All-P...drivers/84900/

    I use this set..saves some space and the different tips lock in so they wont come loose inside a panel, like a standard 11 in 1 sometimes does
    I do like ,but I just can't seem to get use to changing tips every time I need to use a screwdriver. I may just have a look on what standard sets they have available.
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    It's just air conditioning, not life or death. Why in the heck are we not just turning it off and locking it out?
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    Wiha 32091 5-Piece 1000-Volt Slotted and Phillips Insulated Screwdriver Set company provided but only used with my proper arc flash gear on
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    Ive always just used black tape. I had a set of insulated tools where I last worked but they got stolen when my truck got broken in to. Now... doing rez and light commercial...... I still will tighten stuff up hot..... but if I have to remove or install a wire I just shut the power off.

    But... thats just me....... anyone else...... Id recommend a set of Klein or Cementex insulated screwdrivers. Those wihas and other similar brands have those small tips on them.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dchappa21 View Post
    Felo I like them a little better than my Wera's... Co worker has Wiha and they seem pretty good... really can't go wrong with anything made in Germany.

    I do like the look of those Wera's & they do Torx & Hex also.
    The primary function of the design engineer is to make things difficult for the fabricator and impossible for the serviceman.

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