code,quantity,description <- quick-paste format 13A switched-fused spur unit
code,quantity,description <- quick-paste format Various nuts
|Chemical storage cabinet||£150-250|
|RCD sockets for electronics area (11 twin sockets)||£156|
|Workshop Aprons, decent quality waxed canvas - best 2 of them||£16.99|
|Laser Safety Goggles||£25|
Better safety overspectacles:
The only prescription safety glasses site that actually mentions pricing: https://www.safetyspecs.co.uk/
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. Purchases have started where there were good price opportunities.
|4x 5.0Ah batteries|
|DTD154Z impact driver|
|DGA517 angle grinder|
|DHS680 circular saw|
|DBO180Z orbital sander|
Wanted, in approximate priority order…
|DHP481 combi drill||£159||Heavy-duty option but weighs 50% more|
|DTM51 oscillating multi-tool||£105|
| DHP484 DHP485 ||£90-100|
Other suggestions: die grinder, router/trimmer, planer.
Impact Bit Sets:
Cheap-Powerful-Quiet: pick two. Tim suggests that we go for a quiet oil-less 25-50L system. It would be sufficient for adhoc dust blowing, nail guns and other low-power tools, but not for heavy-duty tools (sanding, die-grinders, impact drivers). We have Makita for those.
Optionally, run a hose to G14 and we could get a pnuematic glue/solder-paste dispenser for SMD work.
Orazio 24L compressor £130 (£240 for 45L model). This is a cheap Chinese option. Reviews are mostly okay, but there might be some quality control issues where we have to make minor fixes before use.