“Non-sparking”, “spark reduced”, “spark-resistant” or “spark-proof” tools are names given to tools made of metals such as brass, bronze, Monel metal (copper-nickel alloy), copper-aluminium alloys (aluminium bronze), or copper-beryllium alloys (beryllium bronze).
Commonly used hand tools are often manufactured of steel alloys. Preferred “non-sparking” metals have less tensile strength than steels usually used to make tools. A lower tensile strength means the metal has less strength or resistance to tearing apart when stretched under test conditions. It also means that these tools are softer, wear down more quickly than ordinary steel tools, and have to be dressed more frequently.
Torcstar Deals in below product range of Non Sparking Tools
> B107.4 - Driving and Spindle Ends for Portable Hand, Impact, Air, and Electric Tools (Percussion Tools Excluded)
> B107 - Gages and Mandrels for Wrench Openings
> B107.100 - Flat Wrenches
> B107.110 - Socket Wrenches and Attachments
> B107.300 - Torque Instruments
> B107.400 - Striking Tools
> B107.410 - Struck Tools
> B107.500 - Pliers
> B107.600 - Screwdrivers