Tools and Equipment

February 2003
In addition to electrical wiring, contractors today install twisted copper wiring for conventional telephone service, high-speed data transmission, computer networks, security and fire-alarm systems,
January 2003
Ideal Industries’ Flexible Drill Bits enable installers to drill holes and fish wire at once.
January 2003
Innovative Tool’s Marksman Conduit Layout Tool is an easy-to-use, pocket-sized strut-marking tool that is, according to the company, 60 times faster than a tape with perfect accuracy.
January 2003
Magnepull is a new wire-pulling system designed to save time and money when pulling wires out of existing walls.
January 2003
Zircon’s CF12 Circuit Finder has no intricate adjustments or confusing displays, so the time to locate the correct circuit is reduced dramatically.
January 2003
Bahco North America’s line of Premium Trade Tools, endorsed by Snap-on Inc., encompasses the latest in ergonomic hand tool design in durable ratchets, socket sets, wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers and a
January 2003
The Ditch Witch Subsite 300SR/ST electronic locating system is designed to quickly and efficiently locate buried telephone, power, CATV, gas, sewer and water lines.
January 2003
E-Z Sleeve, from Victory Tooling Inc., is a quick and easy hole-boring solution that penetrates most underground obstructions with minimal deflection.
January 2003
Greenlee Textron’s Electrician’s Step Bit is ideal for use when drilling through mild steel, copper, brass, aluminum, wood, plastic and laminates.
November 2002
While meat-and-potatoes testers like clamp-ons and multimeters can do the job for many electricians most of the time, there are specialty testers that may benefit users exponentially some of the time.

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