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  1. Strima
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    Strima Electrician's Arms

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    St Neots
    All,

    I'm in need to an insualted torque wrench or driver capable of tightening between 4 and 10 Nm.

    Any recommendations that won't break the bank.

    This is for working on battery strings so need to be insulated.
     
  2. jeremy
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    jeremy Forum Mentor

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    Hayling Island
    I'm doing BT power supply swaps. They require all electrical connections to be torqued, marked, then checked and marked gain by the 2nd man. Their preferred bit of kit is a "Cooke set" from Insulated Tools Limited. 10-19mm sockets, adjustable. Pain in the arse to use. Does 4/5 - 25Nm. I find, strangely enough, that my wrist clicks at the appropriate tightness, negating the need for aforementioned tool.
     
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  3. Strima
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    Strima Electrician's Arms

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    You doing the Dragons and Tians?
     
  4. jeremy
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    jeremy Forum Mentor

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    I am! Lower Scotland til December, 1 site closer to home, then who knows next year. Are you familiar with these?
     
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  5. Strima
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    Strima Electrician's Arms

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    St Neots
    Just binned the contract after an argument over RCD protection for the service sockets. TBH the profit margin was too tight for the amount of sites we were getting from the “customer”....
     
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