Isotools is certified as
Authorised Economic Operator (AEO)
Tests according to EN 60900: 2012 / IEC 60900: 2012
All Tools are tested piece-by-piece with a test Voltage 10.000 Volt and certificated highest possible Safeness for working on live parts up to 1.000 Volt. 2-coloured-multilayer insulation with talatfree PVC “Made in Germany” according to the latest Norm EN 60900:2012 / IEC 60900:2012.
All Safety Tools are stamped and signed according the Standard IEC / EN 60900: 2012 or additional with VDE / GS also with:
As part of our Commitment to Product Safety and Consumer Health ISOTOOLS products fulfill REACH - Requirements and withstand the PAK-Test. What this exactly mean, please read here:
Download: PAK-testing and REACH
The dipped insulated tools are individually tested. The marking double triangle means that the tools with AC 10,000 V were approved and therefore allowed are to work up to 1,000 V. This 10-fold safety is ensured.
The toughness of the PVC material is checked by dropping a weight on the Tools cooled down with -25°C. Under this condition the insulation must still absorb hits and impacts withaut breaking or splintering.
After 24 hours of underwater storage the tools are - at simultaneous checking of leakage - tested with AC 10,000 V for three minutes. During this time, neither a breakdown nor flashover shall occur.
Under a pressure load of 20 Nm and a temperature of 70° C no disruptive discharge is allowed, when tools tested with a voltage of AC 5,000 V.
After Storage Pliers for 168 hours and with 70 ° C the adhesion of the PVC coating is tested with a tensile force of 500 Nm. The insulating material must remain firmly connected to the basic tool.
The used insulation material is of a flame resistant plastic, which excludes any risk of fire.