What is a Klein Tools screwdriver?
A screwdriver is a tool used for turning screws either to tighten or loosen it. Screwdrivers feature a handle and a shaft, and a tip that the user inserts into the screw head to turn it.
What are the different tip types?
Keystone: a tip type that is slotted. The tip tapers inward from the shank.
Phillips: a tip type that features a crosshead design that allows for the screwdriver to self-center.
Cabinet: a tip type that is slotted. The tip is the same width as the shank.
Combo: a tip type that features a recessed square and slotted design.
Square Recess: a tip type that features a recessed square.
TORX: a tip type that is that features a six pointed recessed star.
What is a Shank?
A shank is the straight narrow part of an object. On a screwdriver, the shank is the length of metal between the screwdriver tip and the handle.
What features do Klein Screwdrivers have?
Klein screwdrivers feature cushion-grip handles that allow for greater comfort and torque when operating the screwdriver. They also have integral flanges inside the handle that provide a solid, twist-resistant blade anchor. The premium chrome-plated shank is heat treated for added durability. The precision machined tips provide an exact fit and the tip-ident on the top of the cushion grip handle feature the type of tip for easy identification.
What certifications does a Klein Tools screwdriver have?
Klein Tools screwdrivers meet or exceed applicable ASME / ANSI specifications.