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Hot Switch Stick, Yellow
- Item # 5ZV83
- Mfr. Model # 4215
- UNSPSC # 46182103
- Catalog Page # 2320
- Shipping Weight 4.0 lbs.
- ItemHot Switch Stick
- Length8 ft.
- IncludesUniversal Head, Standard Prong
- StandardsASTM F711
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This stick should be tested or removed from service every two years.
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Depending upon the tool attached to the end of the hot stick, it is possible to test for voltage, tighten nuts and bolts, apply tie wires, open and close switches, replace fuses, lay insulating sleeves on wire and various other tasks.
Grainger product number 5ZV83 is supplied with a knotched prong and is primarily used with voltage detectors attached.
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