IEC 60900:2012 / EN 60900:2012 double triangle 1000 V
Working under Voltage up to 1000 V
Safety Tools for use up to AC 1000 V and DC 1500 V IEC 60900: 2012 German Version: EN 60900: 2012
For the insulated hand tools, made of conductive material, which is completely or partly coated with insulating plastic, many criteria are fulfilled
the Norm IEC 60900: 2012 / EN 60900: 2012.
These hand tools are manufactured and processed in such a way that the safety conditions for trained specialists are met very well.
All our multi-dive-proofed tools are equipped with these symbols to ensure maximum safety, with a glance at the standard of the Tool.
Therefore, the inscriptions must be placed on the tool in a clearly visible and legible manner.
All safety Tools are stamped with the appropriate marks of the standard:
IEC 60900: 2012 / EN 60900: 2012 or with GS as well as with article number, dimension, year of manufacture, manufacturer, 1000V and double triangle.
It goes without saying that criteria are also met for the insulating plastic:
- The plastic must withstand the mechanical, thermal and electrical stresses expected during use
- .It must be flame retardant and resistant to aging
Our insulating plastic for the 2-color multi-layer insulation is produced according to our specifications specially for us.Our insulating plastic for the 2-color multi-layer insulation is produced according to our specifications specially for us.
Our 2-color multi-layer insulation is not a fashionable variant, for such gimmicks there is no place in the context of the term "security"!
The two-color multi-layer insulation clearly supports the valid BGV A3 regulation.
Before starting work, this requires a visual inspection of all tools for externally recognizable damage. It is, however, obvious that wherever possible, the tools are coated with a contrasting color, which immediately makes the damage to the upper insulation noticeable. Again, this is about the maximum security of the user.
Our high-quality insulating plastic is compliant with the REACH regulation and withstand the latest PAK test.
Also the "raw material" has of course various specifications (dim, grip limitations, etc.).
After coating, the tools are tested according to the latest standard VDE / IEC EN 60900: 2012 and subjected to various tests.
The tests are of different types, such as: a heat-cold test, a pressure test, a trigger test, flammability and a test in the waterbed 10-fold test voltage, i. 10,000 Volt (see quality).
In order to become a safety tool, many workflows are necessary.It is cut, milled and assembled, stamped and certified.
After passing the tests, the tools are cut, milled and assembled.
The stability and load (mechanical conditions) must be in accordance with the specifications of the VDE Association.
After all this is done, was successful and fullfil all requierements we are allowed to describe our Safety-Tools as VDE-Safety Tools.
For your Safety