Klein Tools 1571INS Klein Tools Lineman's Skinning Knife, Insulated

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$49.89 each


Clearly marked with the official 1000-volt rating symbol

Part Number: 970640798
Mfg Part Number: 1571INS
Brand: Klein Tools Inc.

The exclusive design features dual-layer insulation for safety. The high-dielectric white inner layer is bonded to the tool while the outer orange layer is flame retardant and serves as a visual warning if the tool has been compromised. The insulated handle is molded for comfort and also features marks on the back to help measure the stripping length of wire. The blade is made of stainless steel for durability and corrosion resistance.
  • Replaces Catalog Number 1571-3LR-INS. 
  • Clearly marked with the official 1000-volt rating symbol. 
  • Durable two-layer insulation. 
  • Klein's exclusive design features molded measuring marks on back of handle to help measure stripping length of wire. 
  • Large molded handle for an easier, more comfortable grip. 
  • Tough, tempered steel blade provides maximum sharpness and durability to withstand frequent cable scoring. 
  • Meets or exceeds ASTM F1505-10, IEC 60900:2012, CAN/ULC-60900-09, NFPA-70E, 2012 ed. CSA Z462-08. 
  • VDE certified.  Made in the USA. 
Application: Cable Scoring and Cutting
Special Features: Measuring Marks on Handle
Blade Length: 2.375'' (60.3 mm)
Overall Length: 8.75'' (222.3 mm)
Blade Material: 1095 Steel
Handle Color: Orange
Handle Material: High-Dielectric Plastic
Insulated: Yes
Standard: ASTM F1505-10, IEC 60900:2012, CAN/ULc-60900-09, NFPA-70E, 2012 Ed. CSA Z462-08
Weight: 5.6 oz (159 g)
UPC: 092644440298

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