Castle Tool Timer 110v 16a Rental

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All electrical tool timers are available in plug/socket, single phase or three phase 110, 230 Volt with 16 or 32 amp version. Simply attach the Castle Tool Timer to the power supply of the designated tool, and over the course of the day the timer will accurately measure how long the tool has been operating (i.e. trigger time exposure).

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Add Return Carriage Via Courier - £20

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The Damage Waiver is calculated at 10% of the cost of rental.

Return Carriage means we will arrange collection and return to us for £20.

Note that the Price shown here will reflect the instrument and Rental Period. Return Carriage and Damage Waiver costs will be added on the Cart and Checkout Pages.

Brand Castle Group
Measurement Hand Arm Vibration
Available Outside the UK? Yes
All electrical tool timers are available in plug/socket, single phase or three phase 110, 230 Volt with 16 or 32 amp version. Simply attach the Castle Tool Timer to the power supply of the designated tool, and over the course of the day the timer will accurately measure how long the tool has been operating (i.e. trigger time exposure). The measurement of vibration levels from hand-held power tools is now a fairly well prescribed process and can be carried out with reasonable repeatability. The problem still remains with the assessment of ‘trigger-time’ and this can lead to large errors in a risk assessment.

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