Insulated Screwdriver100mm

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An insulated screwdriver is a type of hand tool designed for electrical work, featuring a handle made of materials that provide electrical insulation. The purpose of this insulation is to protect the user from electric shocks when working on live electrical components. The handle is typically constructed from materials such as rubber or plastic, which have high resistance to electrical conductivity. This design helps prevent the transmission of electrical currents from the screwdriver to the user, ensuring safety while working on or around live electrical circuits. Insulated screwdrivers are a crucial tool for electricians and anyone involved in tasks that require interaction with live electrical systems.


New design handle Round shank
1000V,VDE Certification



  1. Electrical Installations and Repairs:
    • Installing and repairing electrical outlets, switches, and light fixtures.
    • Connecting or disconnecting wires in electrical panels.
  2. Panel Boards and Circuit Breakers:
    • Adjusting or replacing fuses and circuit breakers.
    • Working on distribution boards or panel boards.
  3. Appliance Repairs:
    • Repairing or servicing electrical appliances.
    • Working on the electrical components of machinery and equipment.
  4. Electronics Repair:
    • Repairing electronic devices and gadgets.
    • Working on circuit boards and components.
  5. Control Panels:
    • Working with control panels and control systems.
    • Connecting and securing wires in control cabinets.
  6. HVAC Systems:
    • Installing or repairing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
    • Dealing with electrical components in HVAC units.
  7. Automotive Electrical Work:
    • Performing electrical repairs on vehicles.
    • Working on automotive wiring and electrical systems.
  8. Testing and Troubleshooting:
    • Probing and testing live circuits for voltage or continuity.
    • Troubleshooting electrical issues in various systems.
  9. Live Electrical Circuits:
    • Any situation where the potential exists to encounter live electrical circuits.
    • Ensuring safety during tasks involving electrical wiring or components.
  10. High-Voltage Environments:
    • Working on high-voltage electrical systems.
    • Engaging in tasks that involve elevated electrical risks.
SKU: AHS96324 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Inspect the Insulation:
    • Before use, carefully inspect the insulation of the screwdriver for any signs of damage, such as cracks, cuts, or wear. If the insulation is compromised, replace the screwdriver immediately.
  2. Choose the Right Tool:
    • Use the appropriate size and type of insulated screwdriver for the task at hand. Using the wrong tool may result in inefficiency or compromise safety.
  3. Verify Insulation Ratings:
    • Ensure that the insulated screwdriver has the appropriate voltage rating for the electrical system you are working on. Using a tool with insufficient insulation for the voltage can be dangerous.
  4. Store Properly:
    • Store insulated screwdrivers in a dedicated toolbox or organizer to prevent damage to the insulation. Avoid tossing them loosely into a tool bag where they can come into contact with other tools.
  5. Keep Hands Dry:
    • Always work with dry hands when using insulated screwdrivers. Moisture can compromise the insulation and increase the risk of electrical shock.
  6. Maintain a Safe Distance:
    • Maintain a safe distance from live electrical components when possible. Keep body parts, especially hands and fingers, away from the potential path of electrical current.
  7. Use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Depending on the task, consider using additional personal protective equipment such as insulated gloves, safety glasses, or a face shield to provide extra protection.
  8. Turn Off Power:
    • Whenever possible, turn off the power before starting any work on electrical systems. Verify that the circuit is de-energized using a voltage tester before proceeding.
  9. Isolate Circuits:
    • If turning off the power is not feasible, isolate the specific circuit you are working on to minimize the risk of electric shock. Use appropriate lockout/tag out procedures.
  10. Avoid Overreaching:
    • Maintain a stable and balanced stance while using the insulated screwdriver. Avoid overreaching or leaning into the work area to reduce the risk of accidental contact with live components.
  11. Educate and Train:
    • Ensure that individuals using insulated screwdrivers are properly trained on electrical safety procedures. Knowledge of potential hazards and safe work practices is crucial.
  12. Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines:
    • Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations for the use and maintenance of insulated screwdrivers. This includes any specific care instructions provided.


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