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code,quantity,description <- quick-paste format RE04486,1,0.5W 5% 6K8 RE04461,1,0.5W 5% 47R RE04453,1,0.5W 5% 10R
|Wera Kraftform Micro TORX screwdriver set||£23|
|Wera Kraftform screwdrivers (2-slot, 2-PH, 2-PZ) for G1||£18|
|Wera Kraftform nutdriver set||£30|
|VDE tools (screwdrivers, pliers, cutters, voltage tester)|
|Combination spanners, replacement/spares|
|Good countersink bits|
|Fine tip for Metcal soldering iron (e.g. SSC-722A)|
|Chemical storage cabinet||£150-250|
|First aid kit|
|Eye wash station|
There is some support for the lab to start purchasing good quality cordless tools. Makita seems the most popular option, with a single system being desirable for sharing of batteries. These purchases will be postponed until we have suitable secure storage.
|Makita DHP481 combi drill (the powerful one)||£180||£400 kit with 2x 5Ah batteries, charger|
|Makita DTD154 impact driver||£127|
|Makita DTM51 oscillating multi-tool||£115|
|smaller/lighter drill-driver DDF484?|
|Makita DJV181 jigsaw||£170|
|Makita DHS680 circular saw||£160|
Tim Kerby estimates £120 including plumbing supplies.
Ducting from ground floor to roof level. High-power blower. Fittings. Installation costs.
[may be purchased via pledge]