4 3/4” 120 mm
Flat, sharp fine tips
Stainless steel type SA
- Low carbon Austenitic steel.
- Contains from 16.5 to 18.5 wt% chromium and has important quantities of nickel and molybdenum as additional alloying elements.
- Good corrosion resistance to most chemicals, salts and acids.
- Generally used where corrosion resistance and toughness are primary requirements.
- Typical applications for the electronic industry, watch-makers, jewelers and laboratory and medical applications in moderately aggressive chemical environments.
Inox Steel type S
- Martensitic higher carbon steel.
- Contains from 12.5 to 14.5 wt% chromium.
- Can be hardened by heat treatment, forming should be done in the annealed condition.
- Less resistant to corrosion than the Austenitic or Ferritic grades.
- Used where strength and/or hardness are of primary concern and where the environment is relatively mild from a corrosive standpoint.
- Typical applications for the electronic industry, watch-makers, jewelers and laboratory and medical applications in mild aggressive chemical environments.
Super Alloy type NC
- Ni-Cr-Mo superalloy.
- Excellent strength from room temperature to 800°C.
- Six times harder than antimagnetic stainless steel.
- Resistant to fatigue, very high shape retention.
- Fully non-magnetic.
- Excellent corrosion resistance to most chemicals, salts and acids.
- Typical applications include non-magnetic tools for electronic and watch industry applications and for laboratory and medical applications in aggressive chemical environments.
Non-ferrous Alloy type BR
- Brass (CuZn37).
- Copper-zinc alloy.
- Good to excellent corrosion resistance; all copper alloys resist corrosion by fresh water and steam.
- Excellent cold workability (forming).
- Generally it is utilized when high mechanical properties are not required.
- Typical applications include tweezers for handling scratch-sensitive mechanical parts, watch components, magnets.