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Non-Sparking Tool Line Is Designed For Volatile Environments

A line of non-sparking hand tools made of aluminum bronze has been introduced by Hardy Tools. The tools can be used in the proximity of highly flammable substances in a variety of volatile industrial ...


April 1, 2009
By MRO Magazine

A line of non-sparking hand tools made of aluminum bronze has been introduced by Hardy Tools. The tools can be used in the proximity of highly flammable substances in a variety of volatile industrial environments, including petroleum and chemical manufacturing, explosive and sparking activities in both underground and open-pit mining, and grain elevators. Under normal circumstances, they should not render a hot spark when they strike the target material while working under volatile conditions. Available in metric as well as standard sizes, the non-sparking tools also are offered in beryllium copper on request. The tools are electrically conductive and should not be used around electricity, or conditions that may produce a static electrical discharge.

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