- 4 3/4″ – 120 mm.
- Very fine, curved tips, superior finish.
- Suitable to delicate applications which require holding a small component firmly while granting good visibility.
Body material: Stainless steel type SA.
- Low carbon austenitic steel (Material number 1.4435, DIN X2CrNiMo18-14-3, AISI number 316L).
- Contains from 16.5 to 18.5 wt% chromium and has important quantities of nickel and molybdenum as additional alloying elements.
- Non-magnetizable (80%).
- Good corrosion resistance to most chemicals, salts and acids.
- Typical applications for the electronic industry, watch-makers, jewelers and laboratory and medical applications in moderately aggressive chemical environments.
Body material: Stainless steel/inox 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.
Body material: Carbon Steel type C.
- Carbon steel (Material number 1.1221, Ck60, AISI 1060).
- Contains from 0,57-0,65 wt% carbon.
- Will be hardened by heat treatment, max. hardness 60 HRC.
- Poor resistance to corrosion.
- Used where strength and/or hardness are of primary concern.
- Typical applications include tweezers and cutting tools for the electronic industry, watch-makers, jewelers applications.
Body material: Superalloy NC.
- Ni-Cr-Mo superalloy.
- Excellent strength from room temperature to 800°C.
- Fully non-magnetic (100%).
- Resistant to fatigue, very high shape retention.
- 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 and extreme environments (aerospace, nuclear, marine).
Body material: Nonferrous alloy type TA.
- Titanium Grade 1 (unalloyed titanium).
- Engineering materials with extraordinary combination of properties: relatively low density (4.5 g/cm3), good mechanical properties and a very high melting point that allows the use at high temperatures 870°C.
- Fully non-magnetic (100%).
- Good corrosion resistance at room temperature to air, marine and a variety of industrial environments.
- Good cold formability, high ductility.
- Generally it is used when in addition to the corrosion resistance, high strength-to-weight ratio is required.
- Typical applications include handling of components in cleaning/chemical processes also at high temperature, histology, biology, medicine, surgery.
Body material: High Alloy DX.
Low carbon high alloy austenitic stainless steel, AISI 904L (UNS N08904).
Its maximum service temperature is at 450°C.
High-alloy austenitic stainless steel intended for use under severe corrosive conditions within the process industry.
Very good resistance to attacks in acidic environments, e.g. sulphuric, phosphoric and acetic acid.
Very good resistance to pitting in neutral chloride-bearing solutions/stress corrosion cracking.
The grade is non-magnetic (95%) in all conditions and has excellent formability and weldability. The austenitic structure also gives this grade excellent toughness, even down to cryogenic temperatures.