Most electricians need effective set of tools for work. Their work cannot be done without the right tools. As basic tools have been improved over the years and new specialized tools are developed, the list of tool choices for electricians becomes even longer. However, to avoid being loaded down with too many tools, choices must be made wisely.
The use of pliers is must for every electrician. These tools have contoured and cushioned handles that feature a pliable outer surface and hard, black inner material providing a more comfortable grip without sacrificing tool strength and durability.
There are different types of tapes that are used by electricians. The fish pole wire-installation tools facilitate wire pulling in drop ceilings, down walls or under raised floors. The lightweight design makes them easier to use than heavier models.
This is the must-have tools for all electricians. Ergonomic designs are one reason for their popularity. Curved handles are designed to fit an electrician’s natural grip and reduce repetitive motion fatigue. Non-slip and textured grips provide more control.
Most of the electricians prefer to use saws as cutting device. The spiral saws perform the same tasks as reciprocating saws, but instead of a blade, they cut with a bit with downward, parabolic fluting. Other types of saws used for electrical work include hole saws, cut-off saws and portable band saws.
This tool for used for screws. The electricians need several screwdrivers and nut drivers to work with various types of fasteners and applications. For electricians who want one tool that adapts to many types of uses.