Top 5 Best Electrical Tools – Essential Tools for Electricians

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Top 5 Best Electrical Tools – Essential Tools for Electricians
Tools for Electricians ,Electrical Technicians, Industrial Electrical Technicians and home electrical technician.
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Electrical Tools shown in this video –

VOLTCLAW-12 Nonconductive Electrical Wire Pliers

The VoltClaw12 safely moves electrical wires. It pulls, pushes and bends wires with ease. It is lightweight and nonconductive. The VC12 does not damage wire insulation. Use the patented T-groove tip to move the wires.

Klein’s battery-operated cable cutter/crimper is engineered to make linemen’s work more efficient by reducing the time and effort needed on the job. Alternate between 6 heads (supplied separately) according to what the job requires. 7-tons of hydraulic force provide 15-Percent more cutting and crimping power than standard 6-ton models. W-style compatible with all brands of dies. Powered by DeWALT lithium-ion batteries. Cut and crimp copper, aluminum and ACSR cable. Work with interchangeable crimping and cutting jaws. Use DeWALT lithium-ion batteries.

Ripley Power Driven End Snipper Utility Tool

Jonard Tools COAX Stripping Tool

Speedy Sparky Plasterboard
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Comments

Justin Case says:

These aren't useful except for you to ask suckers for their money.

Carlos Sarda Video Editor says:

Essential for Whom? as a Residential Electrician, I work with wires thicker tan AWG 6 a very few times, and when I need to strip them, I do it easily with a utility knife.

MrBatfella says:

What ever happened to fingers?

gurjinder singh says:

I work live with bare hands and don't get shocked. Just need to be careful

Mark Jones says:

Really you turned of the power before you started

Sylvester Stewart says:

I will mercilessly tease anyone I see with a VoltClaw.

Iosef Marrero says:

Well… for all this super electricians, You guys are lucky cuz most of your construction it's on plywood, wood, PvC, gypsum board and that's easy job like baby easy job but now us here in the Caribbean we got concrete construction using blocks or solid concrete walls and sometimes depending how old it's the electric it can be a pain in the @$$ having to use bare fingers in the boxes with old cables and using gloves not all the time it's a good option so that stick its really kind of handy

Zain ul abideen says:

Voltclaw tools price please

FORRELL ARRINDELL says:

That is only for soild wire, plus that for the American Market (Volt claw). Make one that can deal with stranded wires.

Lapatusia says:

Voltclaw??? "innovative V-groove tip" ?!?! Are you fucking kidding me??? This must be the dumbest, most unneeded gadget I've ever seen. Not only unneeded, but The Voltclaw actually looks like it's more trouble than help. I can assure you my pliers and fingers are way more precise, practical, and fast than a plastic stick with grooves.
And if I had no choice but to work on a LIVE CIRCUIT, I'd use ANSI certified 1000V insulated pliers and gloves, (which I also already own), NEVER this thing. As usual in cheap infomercials, the people who market this useless gimmick assume that people are stupid.

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