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High quality Kraftform Plus screwdriver out of stainless steel. The stainless tools from Wera are vacuum ice-hardened and have the hardness and strength needed for screw connections. They can be used for industrial application without hesitation. Multi-component Kraftform handle for fast and low-fatigue working. The hexagonal anti-roll feature prevents any bothersome rolling away at the workplace. Handle markings for simplified finding and sorting of the tools.
Screw stainless steel together with stainless steel!
Solution to the rust problem: screw stainless steel together with stainless steel! Wera stainless steel tools are manufactured out of Stainless steel so unsightly rust can be avoided.
The stainless steel tools from Wera are vacuum ice-hardened and have the hardness and strength needed for screw connections. There are no limitations to the industrial applications they are suitable for.
It happens time and time again that the tip slips out of the screw head when screwdriving, sometimes damaging valuable surfaces or even causing injury. The tips of the Wera Lasertip screwdrivers are microscopically roughened by means of a laser. This rough surface literally “bites” itself firmly into the screw head. Slipping out becomes a thing of the past.
A precisely-focused laser creates a sharp-edged surface structure. This laser treatment results in an edge hardness of up to 1000 HV 0.3. Wera Lasertip “bites” itself into the screw head and prevents any slips out of the recess. It is available for screwdrivers for slotted, Phillips and Pozidriv screws.
Wera Lasertip reduces the contact pressure required and enhances force transfer – meaning less screwdriving effort is required. Screwdriving becomes safer and easier.
Screwdrivers with “Take it easy” tool finder: colour coding according to profile and size stamp.
The basic idea for the prototype of the Kraftform handle – that the hand should dictate the design – has, right through to today, proved to be correct. In cooperation with the internationally recognised Fraunhofer IAO Institute, Wera developed a screwdriver handle designed to match the shape of the human hand as long ago as the 1960s. After a long development phase, the Wera Kraftform handle was launched to the market in 1968. It has been optimised through the years with new technologies, but has kept its proven shape. After all, the human hand has not changed either.