Tweezer Materials Selection Guide
Low carbon austenitic steel contains chromium and has nickel and molybdenum as additional alloying elements. Stainless anti-magnetic tweezers are non-magnetizable with good corrosion resistance to most chemicals, salts, and acids. Typical applications include electronics assembly and labs in mild aggressive chemical applications.
High precision fine tip metal tweezers are engineered to meet and exceed the requirements for electronics assembly, labs, clean rooms and circuit board repair and rework. Made of the highest quality materials – stainless anti-magnetic or 100% non-magnetic superalloy. Our high precision line of tweezers have tips that are perfectly balanced offering fine tip symmetry for precision work. Tip edges are polished to provide a non-scratch anti-glare finish.
Stainless anti-magnetic tweezers with precision tip symmetry and balance with good corrosion resistance to most chemicals and acids. Engineered to meet the requirements for general electronics assembly, labs, clean rooms and circuit board repair and rework.
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C-series industrial grade stainless anti-magnetic tweezers. Tip dimensions are approximate, making these tweezers an ideal economical choice when not working under a microscope.
Good corrosion resistance to most chemicals, salts, and acids.
Tweezers with ergonomic ESD safe “DVH” cushion grips reduce stress and tension on fingers while providing superior operator comfort when working continuously with small parts.
Available for most tweezer styles, metal, and fiber replaceable tip. Static dissipative with a surface resistivity of 109-1011 Ohms/sq.
Teflon coatings are available for all metal tweezers upon request. Coat entire tweezers or just the tips to prevent scratching of delicate parts.