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CK Tools introduces new screwdriver set

Published: 7 September 2018

Following the success of its dextroVDE slim range of screwdrivers, Carl Kammerling is set to enhance its popular Interchangeable Bladed Screwdriver by giving it the same slimline treatment with the introduction of its new VDE Interchangeable Screwdriver Set. This nine piece, interchangeable, slim-bladed screwdriver set has been designed to provide complete versatility for every electrician. The slim blades offers easy access to recessed screws and fixings. The set also benefits from the guaranteed safety of being VDE approved. The set offers a lightweight and compact alternative to carrying a full set of screwdrivers, as well as the assurance that each blade is individually tested to 10,000V for safe working up to 1,000V.

 

 

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