110V Site Transformers

Code: 102174

  • Tool used for 15-30 minutes at a time then the transformer rating needs only to match the tool rating
  • Longer working choose a transformer with a slightly higher continuous rating
  • For two tool used simultaneously then add the wattage of the tools together before choosing the transformer
  • Tool Rating - 3,300VA Continuous Rating - 1,650VA, Outlet
  • Twin 16A outlets
  • British made
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£63.98 (£53.32 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • 110V Site Transformers
  • Bosch GCM 8 SJL Mitre Saw and GTA 2600 Stand 110V
  • Makita Protective Guide Rail Bag (P-67810)
  • Faithfull Cable Reel 25m 16A 1.5mm Cable 110V
Total: £490.21
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Anyone working with power tools professionally should seriously consider working with 110 Volts. It is normally required, under Health and Safety regulations, when working on site, to use only 110 Volt tools. If a tool is to be used for only between 15-30 minutes at a time then the transformer rating needs only to match the tool rating. However, if you propose to use the tool for longer periods then choose a transformer with a slightly higher continuous rating. Where two tools are to be used simultaneously then add the wattage of the tools together before choosing the transformer. For example, a 2,000W 230 mm angle grinder used for 20 minutes would require an 2,250VA transformer but if the same tool was used for a longer period it would require an 3,300VA transformer on which a 500W drill could be used at the same time. The only other piece of advice worth giving is - buy the biggest you can afford, you never know what tomorrow might bring.

SPECIFICATIONS

Model 102174, Tool Rating - 3,300VA,

Continuous Rating - 1,650VA, Outlet - 2 x 16A

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Sockets 2
Voltage 110 V
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