Compared to other repair or improvement project,electrical work requires more tools.For most residential electrical projects, electricians rely on hand tools to complete. Such as wire strippers, cable cutters, crimping tools and tie guns. These tools are available in most home centers, hardware stores, electrical stores, and online retailers It's easy to buy everywhere.
High-quality tools have a longer service life and better performance, and tools with insulated handles can also help you prevent electric shocks. As a professional electrician tool manufacturer, let me recommend a few tools for you.
Wire strippers are one of the tools commonly used by inside electricians, motor repairs, and instrument electricians. They are used for power supply workers to strip the surface insulation of the wire head. The wire stripper can separate the cut insulation of the wire from the wire, and can also prevent electric shock.
The cable cutter is a cutting pliers specially used for cutting cables. The two blades are staggered and can be opened and closed. The cable cutter is a large-scale scissors designed by using the "leverage principle" and "pressure is inversely proportional to area". In order to strengthen the strength and convenience of the cable cutter, the cable cutter has developed a ratchet cable cutter from the traditional manual cable cutter.
Crimping tools are necessary tools for wire splicing and crimping in the power industry's infrastructure construction and line maintenance.
Hammers are used to fix electric boxes equipped with nail brackets to wall nails and other frame members in your home. When fixing new cables to the frame members, you also need one to drive the wire staples.
Tape measure is a commonly used tool in daily life. What you often see is the steel tape measure, which is commonly used in construction and decoration, and is also one of the essential tools for the family.
A spirit level is a commonly used measuring tool for measuring small angles. In the machinery industry and instrument manufacturing, it is used to measure the angle of inclination relative to the horizontal position, the flatness and straightness of the guide rails of machine tools, and the horizontal and vertical positions of equipment installation.
Electrical maintenance and improvement work involves many dark places, from attics and basements, to cavities in walls and ceilings, to the interior of distribution boxes. A few flashlights and a headlight are a good addition to the DIY electrician’s toolbox.
A utility knife or a box opening knife can conveniently cut the sheath of non-metallic (Romex) cables, cut electrical tape and open cardboard boxes.
Electricians always carry screwdrivers with them to remove and install covers, sockets, switches, and many other devices. It is best to bring multiple screwdrivers of different lengths. Screwdrivers with insulating rubber sleeves covering the handles are designed to improve safety during electrical work.
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