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Since 1857, Klein has grown and developed along with the telecommunications and electrical industries where Klein pliers first found major usages. Today, Klein Tools, Inc. represents much more than Klein pliers. The company's product line has broadened to include virtually every major type of hand tool used in construction, electronics, mining, and general industry in addition to the electrical and telecommunications field.

  • The 9 piece Basic insulated tool set includes a variety of products for the professional. The kit of insulated tools incorporates all the Klein quality design and construction features that professionals have relied on. The tools combine excellent functionality along with reduction of risk of injury where a tool might make contact with an energized source with voltage up to 1000 volts. The high-dielectric white inner layer is a thick, exceptionally tough base coating which is bonded to the tool. The outer layer is a flame-resistant, bright orange color. All Klein insulated tools comply with the IEC 60900 and ASTMF 1505 standards for insulated tools. The 11045INS Insulated Wire / Stripper Cutter will strip and cut 10-18 AWG solid wire. The Wire Stripper also has holes for easily looping and bending wire. The D203-8INS 8in. Insulated Long-Nose Side Cutting Pliers have a unique slim head for working in confined areas.

  • Klein Tools Tool Kit

    PT#: 33526

    Klein Tools Tool Kit

    :: Specifications

    • Weight (lbs.): 6.90
    • Set Contains: D213-9NE-INS; D228-8-INS; D203-8N-INS; 601-4-INS; 602-4-INS; 603-4-INS; 63050-INS; 11045-INS; 33536

    :: Features

    • Individually tested to exceed standards
    • Highly durable, black, nylon case features coil-zipper closure, polyproylene handles and custom-fitted tool pockets
    • Overall case dimensions are 15-1/2'' W x 11'' D x 2-1/2'' H (394 mm x 279 mm x 64 mm)
    • Replaceable case available Cat. No. 33536.

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