Wiha 80 Piece Master Electrician’s Insulated Tool Set in Rolling Hard Case

August 9, 2023

The Wiha Master Electrician’s Insulated Tool Set will give electrician’s the comfort of knowing they are equipped with every tool they need to get the job done. All of the tools come conveniently stored in large heavy duty rolling case. The tools are stored in removable insert trays, keeping the tools organized and secure during transport. This case will make transporting tools from each jobsite much easier and faster. The case is equipped with a large storage space which offers ample space for more equipment to be carried.

Every single Wiha insulated tool is individually tested to 10,000 volts AC and rated to 1,000 volts AC (1,500 volts DC) for safety and peace of mind in energized applications. Wiha Insulated tools are VDE Certified and meet EN/IEC 60900 testing standards for protection against arc flash explosion, ASTM F1505 standard specifications for insulated and insulating hand tools, NFPA-70E standards for electrical safety on the jobsite, and CSA testing benchmarks for safety and performance.

Master Electrician’s Insulated Tool Set Features

Wiha 80 Piece Master Electrician's Insulated Tool Set in Rolling Hard Case
The Wiha Master Electrician's Insulated Tool Set
The Wiha Master Electrician's Insulated Tool Set
  • Includes: 6.3”Long Nose Pliers | 6.3”Diagonal Cutters|8.0”Long Nose Pliers | 8.0”High Leverage Cutters | 6.3”Bent Nose Pliers | 6.3”Cable Cutters | 6.3”Long Flat Nose Pliers | 6.3”Stripping Pliers | 9.0”Combo Pliers/Crimpers | 8.0”Adjustable Wrench | Slotted | Phillips | Xeno Slotted | Phillips Terminal | Square | TORX | Cable Knife | 2 Meter Ruler | Inch Sockets | Metric Sockets | Ratchet 3/8”Drive | 4.9” Extension 3/8”Drive | SAE Nut Drivers | Nut Drivers | T-handle SAE Hex | T-handle METRIC Hex | L-key | Cat. III Voltage Detector | Rolling Case
  • Individually tested to 10,000 volts AC and rated to 1,000 volts AC for safety and peace of mind
  • Rolling Tool Case Dimensions: 22″ x 13 3/4″ x 9″
  • Lockable Rolling Water Tight Case Keeps Your Tools Secure
  • Custom Molded Rolling Carry Case – Job Site Solution
  • Each Tool Has Dedicated Position For Easy Storage Retrievals
  • Rigorous heat-treatment process for maximum strength
  • Backed by the Wiha No Hassle Guarantee
  • Made in Germany

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