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Nut Drivers


SDDNXV Series Image
  • Cushioned Rubber Cover for Comfort and Slippage Control
  • Ergonomic, High Efficiency, High Torque Handle
  • Color-Coded for Easy Identification
  • Solid Steel Shafts
Heavy Duty Series Image
  • Handle Color Marked for Easy Identification of Nut Driver Size
  • Precision 6-Point Sockets for Accurate Fastener Fit
  • Cushion Grip Handle for Extra Comfort and Torque
  • High-Grade, Rust Resistant, Chrome-Plated Finish
  • Heavy-Duty Construction for Longer Life
  • Rugged Hollow Shaft for Bolt Clearance
  • Exceeds ASME/ANSI Specifications
  • Note: This Is Not an Insulated Tool
Nut Holding Series Image
  • Patent Pending Non-Magnetic Design Will Not Pick Up Metal Chips
  • Precision Tapered Socket Holds Nut for One-Handed Operation
  • Handles Color-Coded and Marked for Easy Identification
  • Designed to Exceed ASME/ANSI Torque Requirements
  • Cushion Grip Handle for Extra Comfort And Torque
  • High-Grade Rust Resistant, Chrome-Plated Finish
  • Rugged 6" Hollow Shaft for Screw Clearance
  • Heavy-Duty Construction for Longer Life
  • Note: This Is Not an Insulated Tool
HOLLOW Series Image
  • Includes: 1/4 in. Nutdriver & 5/16 in. Nutdriver
  • Long shanks useful in deep electrical boxes
Hollow shanks handle longer bolts. Available in long lengths to accommodate extra long bolts. Cushioned-gripped for comfort and maximum torque.
MASTER Series Image
  • Models 35-292 and 35-295 fit Tan & Blue Twister Wire Connectors
Hollow shanks handle longer bolts. Available in long lengths to accommodate extra long bolts. Cushioned-gripped for comfort and maximum torque.
NUT Series Image
  • Tested To 10,000VAC and Rated for 1,000VAC Maximum Exposure
  • Exceeds ASTM 1505-01 Standards for Insulated Hand Tools
  • Helps Meet OSHA Requirements 29 CFR Part 1910.331-335
  • Meets IEC 900 Standard for Insulated Hand Tools
  • Subpart S; 29 CFR Part 1910.269 Subpart K
  • Impact Resistant and Flame Retardant
  • Meets NFPA 70E Requirement
Insulated tools are beginning to emerge as a result of electrical safety related work practice 1910.3310.33 OSHA standards, to safeguard personnel as well as equipment that is susceptible to shorting out and creating spiking surges to electronic apparatuses. Compliance with these standards will reduce the number of electrical accidents resulting from unsafe work practices by employees. OSHA has enacted laws making it mandatory for the electrical industry to develop and implement safety procedures, provide safety equipment, and train employees who are exposed to 50 volts or more to ground.
The insulating material used is impact resistant and flame retardant. 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 considered for replacement and removed from service in the field. With OEL you get the largest amount of 1,000 volt AMERICAN MADE insulated tools in the world.
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