Published 13-06-2019

SAFETY AND COMFORT ARE NO FLUKE

07-06-2019

Ideally, electricians and technicians should work on de-energised electrical equipment, but that isn’t always possible, so their hand tools must provide as much protection as possible. The new range of 1kV insulated tools from Fluke are designed to keep workers safe in hazardous areas. Their multi-layer insulation and ergonomic design make them comfortable to use all day without strain or fatigue, and they are rugged enough to use in the toughest environments without breaking.

The 11 tools in the range are manufactured using state-of-the-art German steel to Fluke’s exacting standards for quality, ruggedness and reliability. They include all the basics electricians and technicians need to do their jobs safely and efficiently, including an assortment of pliers, cutters and screwdrivers.

They are rated at 1kV, but individually tested to over 10kV. They are compliant to globally recognised European safety standards to ensure the greatest safety when working in live environments, and are backed by a lifetime warranty.

They are available individually, in multi-tool kits, and in bundles with the Fluke Pack30 professional tool backpack, the T6 electrical tester, the 117 electrician’s multimeter or the 87V digital multimeter.

Fluke Australia
1300 135 853
www.fluke.com

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