the saying "a picture is worth a thousand words." Every
electrician should be familiar with the equipment and tools of
his profession. The pictures make it so much easier for a person
to relate to "yoke", "erickson", "cube
tap", "hickey" "despard device","kindorf",
"Belleville washer", "eccentric knockout",
"LB", "Madison strap", "crow's foot",
"rejection fuse", "lanyard", "torx tip
screwdriver", "butterfly bit", "one-hand
wrench", "rossette", "offset bender",
how many of these do you have a picture of in your mind? I know
in my journey of over 45 years in the electrical trade I wish
I would of had a reference book with pictures as this book contains.
Item #449 - Electrician's
Author: Tom Henry
When you send
the apprentice or helper to the supply house or the tool box
you expect them to return with the item or items you requested.
This is not always the case as words don't always paint the picture
they need. This book is not only a must for the person starting
in the electrical trade but it is very helpful for everyone in
the trade and those preparing for an electrical examination.
This book is also included in
Tom Henry's 3 Book Combo.