FeaturesESD-safe Micro screwdriver. Dependable protection against electrostatic energy and associated damage. Holding function: the wedging forces resulting from the contact pressure between the drive tip and the screw profile securely hold the screw on the tool. Rapid twisting results from fixing the hand on the head and using the fast-turning zone just below. This makes time-consuming grip adjustments unnecessary. Power zones with integrated soft sections ensure the transfer of high loosening and tightening torque; a precision zone for the right rotation angle during fine adjustment work. The Black Point tip offers optimized corrosion protection and an exact fit.
Wera 05030402001 1567 TORX® HF ESD Kraftform Micro screwdriver with holding function for TORX® screws, TX 6 x 40 mm
- Precision Screwdrivers
ESD safe Kraftform handle dissipates electrostatic discharge and can take multiple styles of tips
ESD safe precision drivers feature a solid steel shaft and features a fast-spinning zone, power zone and a precision zone for optimal placement of your hands
Wera ESD safe drivers dissipate static discharge protecting your sensitive electronics
ESD-safe tool thanks to surface resistance of < 10^9 Ohm
Multi-component Kraftform Micro handle for fast and ergonomic screwdriving
Holding function for TORX® screws
The Wera Black Point tip offers an exact fit and optimum corrosion protection
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