This question has been asked by so many people over such a long time. Why on earth do we have to bond the system neutral and the equipment grounding conductors, and grounding electrode conductors in an electrical system?
Category: Tool Reviews
When you go to a job to replace a bunch of incandescent bulbs for LED bulbs, don’t forget to check what kind of dimmer is present, if there is one at all. I’ve made this mistake in the past.
I have all 4 models of Milwaukee bandsaws, two are M18 and two are M12. Here’s the pros and cons of each. Milwaukee has two different battery systems, the M12 and the M18. The M12, as you may have guessed, is the 12-volt platform – while the M18 is the 18-volt. Both are great...
Today we have yet another bit-set to test out. This one, however, is just a standard set - not like the impact-rated kits we’ve talked about in the weeks preceding this. Let’s see how they do in the professional trade world.
I have to admit, I don’t know the first thing about planers. I’m an electrician, I’ve never used one of these, but I was sent one to review so what I’ll do is tell you the specs, rather than try to pretend I have an opinion on the quality of the tool.
Do any of y’all in the electrical field actually use these laser distance measuring tools? I’ve tried many of them, different sizes, brands, displays, distances, but does anyone actually keep them in their pouches and use them day-to-day?
This impact-rated driving bit set is a great little kit to have. This is a similar bit set to the 70-piece I wrote about last week, just a little more trimmed down.
I use rotary hammers quite a bit in the electrical field, usually to get rock walls flat when mounting panels/enclosures, or when drilling out concrete/stone for anchor points. Let’s see how the Ridgid hammer compares.
I’ve been asking for a more compact vacuum for a long time, and Ridgid has finally answered the call. This little vacuum is all I keep on my truck because it fits neatly wherever I need to put it. Let’s open it up and look at what it offers.
TOOL REVIEW – Bosch Carbide Tipped Drill Bit Set for Drilling Natural Stone, Granite, Slate, Ceramic and Glass Tiles
Electricians often work around tile and stone when installing receptacles, so having a unique selection of bits is essential. Let’s check out these carbide-tipped tile bits by Bosch and see how they do.