Wiring Tools


At last a tool to eliminate the maddening task of screw bulb removal. Some chandeliers are designed in such a manner as to make bulb removal nearly impossible. The CK1051 Bulb Extractor simplifies this effort and makes light work out of a previously difficult task. Simply slide down over bulb, twist it and remove the bulb. Flexible teeth adjust to grip the wide variances that exist in bulb design and manufacture. The hollow rubber tip on the opposite end may be used for gripping bulbs when only the tips are exposed. It may also be removed for tight access locations. Nickel plated, brass construction assures a lifetime of satisfactory operation. Use with all screw-base type flame-tip bulbs. (CKC1051)

This tool is designed to install CKC800 and CKC800-1 ceiling canopy adapters in your miniature dollhouse. (CMM800A). By Cir-Kit Concepts.

To be used when installing CKC1019 Flourette Sockets in your dollhouse project. Makes positioning and inserting these sockets a snap. (CMM1019A)

This set of five nickel-plated jeweler's screwdrivers is a must for installing or removing any small gauge screw. They have been designed with heads that swivel and blades that are permanently affixed to a knurled handle. Shaft blades range from widths of .049" to .079" with overall lengths between 3" and 3-3/8".

Our low-voltage soldering iron works with any 12-volt Cir-Kit Concepts' transformer or 12-volt car battery. Heats to solder melting temperature in 3 to 4 minutes. Safest soldering iron yet. Use with CK1033-1 solder.

If you've ever had to drill small holes in hardboard materials you know there has to be a better way. The pin vise method sometimes just isn't fast enough. Enter our high-speed drill. This drill has been specifically designed for the hobbyist who must work with all types of material. The overall length is a mere 4-1/2" making it one of the most maneuverable drills available. A 3 to 1 gear ratio gives the drill its fast drilling capability and high torque characteristic. The solid brass chuck is continuously adjustable and accepts all number size bits from 61 through 80. No key is needed since the knurled chuck may be completely tightened by hand. Another distinguishing feature is its hollow handle with threaded cap for storage of bits.

Includes: 1 CK1025-4 No. 55 Drill Bit

The No. 66 wire-size bit from Cir-Kit Concepts is used principally in the CK104 kit for making the proper size hold for the installation of "fixture" and "circuit" type wires. Measures .033" in diameter. (CKC1025-3)

Pack of 2 replacement needles for Pilot Hole Punch. These tiny bits are helpful aids for installing any of the various Cir-Kit Concepts' wiring and lighting fixtures. Their use greatly enhances and simplifies installation in all types of wood.  For use with CKC1014 Pilot Hole Punch. Pilot Hole Punch Needles 2pcs.

An essential tape wiring installation tool, the Pilot Hole Punch provides a convenient method of making starter holes for brass brads at all electrical interconnection points. The diameter of the punching tip is smaller than the smallest brad used, thus reducing the risk of punching excessively large holes in the copper foil tape runs. This ensures creation of the correct size hole for positive electrical connection. The metal end may be removed for use in locations which might otherwise be awkward or hard to reach. The locking chuck provides an easy method of needle replacement in the event of breakage. Overall length is 4-13/16" with a handle diameter of 3/8". (Included in all Cir-Kit Concepts' tape wiring kits.)

Excellent for holding and inserting 1/8" brass brads in the various tape installation steps, these pliers have proven to be one of the most convenient tools available to the tape wiring installer. No other pliers have the grip and positive feel this one possesses. Made from special heat-treated steel, the pliers have serrated teeth on both jaws, a self-contained spring for easy opening and plastic-coated handles for comfortable holding. Good for a hundred and one different uses. A "must" for any mini-electrician!

At last a tool to eliminate the maddening task of screw bulb removal. Some chandeliers are designed in such a manner as to make bulb removal nearly impossible. The CK1051 Bulb Extractor simplifies this effort and makes light work out of a previously difficult task. Simply slide down over bulb, twist it and remove the bulb. Flexible teeth adjust to grip the wide variances that exist in bulb design and manufacture. The hollow rubber tip on the opposite end may be used for gripping bulbs when only the tips are exposed. It may also be removed for tight access locations. Nickel plated, brass construction assures a lifetime of satisfactory operation. Use with all screw-base type flame-tip bulbs. (CKC1051)

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