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Old Jul 29th 2014, 7:58 pm
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hi there just a few questions regarding tools has any one had any luck getting there lithiam ion drills over in the shipping or is it a blanket ban and sell them over in uk. also my testing equipment is a fluke 1654b multifunction tester how do we go about getting calibration done.
last thing do you use 55v 55v transformers over in nz
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Old Jul 29th 2014, 8:56 pm
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hi there just a few questions regarding tools has any one had any luck getting there lithiam ion drills over in the shipping or is it a blanket ban and sell them over in uk. also my testing equipment is a fluke 1654b multifunction tester how do we go about getting calibration done.
last thing do you use 55v 55v transformers over in nz
Brought my batteries over in our container and never gave them a thought Calibration should be OK for your Fluke Babcock Calibration Centre one of many and RS components are over here for Transformers. I'm no lecky so not sure what 55v 55v trannies are...
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Brought my batteries over in our container and never gave them a thought Calibration should be OK for your Fluke Babcock Calibration Centre one of many and RS components are over here for Transformers. I'm no lecky so not sure what 55v 55v trannies are...
I know what 55/55 is but I'm Australia - they don't use them here at all. All 240V on power tools.
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I know what 55/55 is but I'm Australia - they don't use them here at all. All 240V on power tools.
Ah, a lot of my site type power tools from the UK are 110v from 240v and I have two transformers if I remember correctly 1500 and 3000W.
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yeh sorry missed of 110v from post i was not sure what the rules were on construction sites as in the uk all drills, grinders etc should be 110v on most big sites i may just bring them over as not worth selling be ok to use in house
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yeh sorry missed of 110v from post i was not sure what the rules were on construction sites as in the uk all drills, grinders etc should be 110v on most big sites i may just bring them over as not worth selling be ok to use in house
Yes that is my use though the weight of the transformers

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