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SpartanXT Insulated Trench Shovel

SpartanXT Insulated Trench Shovel


SpartanXT Insulated Trench Shovel, Orange/Blue

Code: 455860


£70.89 Each (ex. VAT)

£85.07 inc. VAT
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Colour Orange
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SpartanXT Insulated Trench Shovel

Conforms to BS 8020:2011
YD Handle
Doubly protected by twin layers of polymer sheathing, moulded over a rigid fibreglass core, this shovel is solid forged and fully insulated. It has a specially contoured collar that prevents the user's hand slipping onto the steel blade. The outer sheathing of orange insulation has been developed for its high voltage and abrasion resistance properties. If this protection abrades in ue and the white inner sleeve becomes visible, the tool should be removed from use around live-working conditions;
Flash tested to 10,000 volts
Printed with the BS 8020 1000 volts logo
Uniquely numbered and certified, ensuring total traceabilitiy and guaranteeing full conformity to live-cable working specifications

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Spartan
Manufacturer Code 762646

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