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Klein Tools Insulated Screwdriver: Acetate with Rubber Grip, Dielectric Plastic, 1/4 in Drive Size, 8 5/16 in Overall Lg

Item # 278X299

$32.08 Each

Product Specs

Handle Material: Acetate with Rubber Grip
Shank Material: Chrome Vanadium Steel
End Type: Standard
Shank Finish/Coating: Dielectric Plastic
Drive Size: 1/4 in
Overall Length: 8 5⁄16 in
Shank Length: 4 in
Tip Finish/Coating: Black Oxide
Magnetized Tip: Yes
Insulated: Yes
ESD-Safe: No
Bend Angle: 0 °
Blade Finish/Coating: Black Oxide
Blade Material: Steel
Blade Width: 0.25 in
Corrosion-Resistant: Yes
Drive: Slotted
Features: Flame Retardant; Impact Resistant Handle
For Screw Diameter: 1/4 in
Handle Color: Black
Handle Type: Dual Insulated
Insulation Rating: 1,000 V
Measurement System: Imperial
Non-Magnetic: No
Replaceable Blade: No
Specifications Met: ASME B107-52
Tethered: No

Compliance and Restrictions

WARNING Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Country Of Origin

  • USA

About This Product

This Insulated Screwdriver from Klein Tools has a chrome vanadium steel shank, which combines the corrosion resistance of carbon alloy steel and chrome with the strength of vanadium. It has an acetate handle with a rubber grip, which is strong, durable, and impact resistant with a grip that provides cushioning and helps prevent the tool from slipping out of your grasp. It has a dielectric plastic shank finish and a 1/4 in drive. It has an 8 5/16 in overall length and a 4 in shank length. It also has a 1,000 V insulation rating. Sold individually.

About Screwdrivers & Sets

An essential tool in any kit, screwdrivers remove and drive screws in a variety of materials and applications, including woodworking, metalworking, equipment and automotive repair, construction, electronics, and facility maintenance. Screwdrivers have a handle and a shank with a tip at the end.

Help prevent electrical shock when driving screws near electrified circuits by using insulated screwdrivers. OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) includes choosing insulated tools in its best practice guidelines for electrical safety in the workplace.

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