160 i/165 i/7 Rack screwdriver set Kraftform Plus Series 100, voltage tester and rack

  • Insulated blades for secure work at 1,000 volts
  • Smooth hard zones for high speed turning, soft grip zones for high torque transfer
  • Take it easy tool finder: colour coding according to profile and size
  • Hexagonal anti-roll feature against rolling away
  • Lasertip tips for more secure fit in the screw head

7-piece screwdriver set with individually tested, insulated screwdrivers as per IEC 60900. Individual testing in a water bath at 10,000 volts so as to ensure safe working at the permitted voltage of 1,000 volts. Kraftform Plus handle for pleasant, ergonomic working that makes blisters and calluses a thing of the past. Hard gripping zones for high working speeds whereas soft zones ensure high torque transfer. Partially Lasertip: the tip literally bites itself into the screw head and prevents any slipping. "Take it easy" Tool Finder: colour coding according to profile and size. The anti-roll feature prevents any bothersome rolling away at the workplace. Including voltage tester and 1 rack for storage. - Buy/Remember 05006148001 1

  • 05006162001 1x PZ 1x80 mm
  • 05006164001 1x PZ 2x100 mm
  • 05006100001 1x 0.4x2.5x80 mm 1)
  • 05006110001 1x 0.6x3.5x100 mm
  • 05006115001 1x 0.8x4x100 mm
  • 05006120001 1x 1x5.5x125 mm
  • 05005655001 1x 0.5x3x70 mm

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1) without Lasertip

Additional information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 6 × 1 × 1 in

Non-roll feature

Non-roll feature

All Kraftform screwdrivers have a non-roll feature at the lower end of the handle. The hexagonal design prevents any annoying rolling away of the screwdriver at the workplace.

“Take it easy” Tool Finder

“Take it easy” Tool Finder

Screwdrivers with "Take it easy" tool finder: colour coding according to profile and size stamp.

160 i/165 i/7 Rack screwdriver set Kraftform Plus Series 100, voltage tester and rack

  • Insulated blades for secure work at 1,000 volts
  • Smooth hard zones for high speed turning, soft grip zones for high torque transfer
  • Take it easy tool finder: colour coding according to profile and size
  • Hexagonal anti-roll feature against rolling away
  • Lasertip tips for more secure fit in the screw head

Our screwdrivers are tested for dielectric strength under a 10,000 volt load to make sure that their most important property, their insulation, has been exhaustively tested. Each individual Wera VDE screwdriver is subjected to this test to guarantee safe working up to 1,000 volts.

Individually tested

Individually tested

Our screwdrivers are tested for dielectric strength under a 10,000 volt load to make sure that their most important property, their insulation, has been exhaustively tested. Each individual Wera VDE screwdriver is subjected to this test to guarantee safe working up to 1,000 volts.

Impact strength test

Impact strength test

Impact strength tested at −40°C, guaranteeing safety even under extreme conditions.

Lasertip

Lasertip

A precisely-focused laser creates a sharp-edged surface structure. This laser treatment results in an edge hardness of up to 1000 HV 0.3. Wera Lasertip "bites" itself into the screw head and prevents any slips out of the recess. It is available for screwdrivers for slotted, Phillips and Pozidriv screws.

Reduced contact pressure

Reduced contact pressure

Wera Lasertip reduces the contact pressure required and enhances force transfer – meaning less screwdriving effort is required. Screwdriving becomes safer and easier.

Kraftform

Kraftform

The basic idea for the prototype of the Kraftform handle – that the hand should dictate the design – has, right through to today, proved to be correct. In cooperation with the internationally recognised Fraunhofer IAO Institute, Wera developed a screwdriver handle designed to match the shape of the human hand as long ago as the 1960s. After a long development phase, the Wera Kraftform handle was launched to the market in 1968. It has been optimised through the years with new technologies, but has kept its proven shape. After all, the human hand has not changed either.