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Title: Electricians Tools for Completing Jobs


1
Electricians Tools for Completing Jobs
  • Complete tools kit makes an perfect electricians
    to complete their job.

2
Learning Objectives
  • Identify the basic hand tools used in the
    electrical trades.
  • Select the essential tools for each specific
    job.
  • Maintain and use these tools safely.
  • List factors to consider when purchasing hand
    tools.

3
The Electricians Tool Kit
  • The Electricians tool pouch is essential in that
    it helps kept electrical tools organized. The
    tool pouch allows the right tools at hand which
    makes the job more efficient.
  • The electrician must have proper tools for the
    job.
  • Tools must be maintain and kept in good working
    condition.

4
  • Certain tools are essential, and without them the
    electrician should not attempt to do any type of
    wiring.
  • Listed are the basic hand tools that are
    essential to electrical wiring.

5
Electrical Specific Hand Cutting Tools
  • Needle-nose pliers
  • Forming loops on small conductors
  • Cutting and stripping small conductors
  • Linemans pliers (side cutters)
  • Cutting large conductors
  • Forming loops on large conductors
  • Pulling and holding large conductors

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  • Diagonal pliers (dykes)
  • Cutting small conductors
  • Cutting conductors in limited spaces
  • Wire strippers
  • Stripping insulation from conductors
  • Cutting small conductors
  • Crimping wire lugs

7
Electrical Specific Hand Tools
  • Tap Tool
  • Equipping drill holes with bolt threads
  • Recapping damaged threads
  • Determining bolt size
  • Flat-blade screwdriver
  • Installing and removing slot-head screws

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  • Center punch
  • Making center tap in wood or metal for drilling
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Installing and removing phillips-head screws

9
Electrical Specific Hand Tools
  • Slip-joint pliers
  • Holding couplings and conductors
  • Tightening couplings and conductors
  • Keyhole saw
  • Cutting holes in plasterboard for circuit boxes

10
  • Magnetic torpedo level
  • Leveling conduit and equipment
  • Conduit reamer
  • Reaming burrs from cut conduits and EMT

11
Electrical Specific Hand Tools
  • Hacksaw
  • Cutting large conductors and cables
  • Cutting conduit, metal, or bolts
  • Adjustable wrenches
  • Used for turning bolts, nuts, and small pipe
    fittings

12
  • Steel measuring tape
  • Measuring conduit and cable
  • Nut driver
  • Installing and removing nuts and bolts
  • Tightening and loosening nuts and long bolts

13
Electrician's Essential Tools
  • Electricians hammer
  • Diving and pulling nails
  • Opening wooden crates and breaking plasterboard
  • Electricians knife
  • Opening paper cartons
  • Stripping cables and large conductors

14
  • Circuit tester
  • Checking circuits for power
  • Checking fuses and breakers
  • Hex key set (Allen wrenches)
  • Installing and removing Allen screws

15
Tools Used for Specialty Work
  • Steel fish tape and reel
  • Pulling conductors through conduit
  • Pulling cables through insulated walls
  • Rotating speed screwdrivers
  • Used for trim work, installing switch and
    receptacles

16
  • Conduit bender
  • Bending conduit for conductor installation
  • Sheet metal Cutters
  • Used for cutting and trimming sheet metal

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Rules for care of hand tools
  • There are many more hand and power tools that
    electricians will use in residential and
    commercial wiring.
  • All tools should be used only for the purpose
    intended.
  • It is the electricians responsibility to keep
    his or her tools sharp, clean, and lubricated.
  • A well maintained tool has a longer life and is
    safer than an improperly maintained tool.
  • Repair tools when possible, but discard worn or
    damaged tools.

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Factors For Purchasing Tools
  • Factors to consider when purchasing tools are
    size, design, and
  • quality.
  • Always purchase the correct sized tools for the
    work to be done.
  • Tools should be designed specifically for
    electrical work. Ex Insulated handles, hammers
    with straight claws.
  • The purchase of quality tools last longer which
    saves replacement cost.

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Remember
  • Select the right tool for the job.
  • Keep tools clean, lubricated, and in good working
    condition.
  • Purchase good quality tools they are safer and
    will last longer.
  • Repair tools when possible, but discard worn or
    damaged tools.

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Presentation By
  • I Want A Tradesman
  • Dalton House, 60 Windsor Avenue,
  • London - SW19 2RR
  • Phone 0203 417 7378
  • Email iwantatradesmanuk_at_gmail.com
  • Website http//www.iwantatradesman.co.uk/
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