Flat Head Screwdriver

Ex801 Series

  • Ex801 Standard Screwdriver
  • Ex801 Standard Screwdriver Dimensional Drawing
  • Ex801 Standard Screwdriver
  • Ex801 Standard Screwdriver Dimensional Drawing
  • Non-Sparking
  • Non-Magnetic
  • Corrosion Resistant
  • TUV & ISO 9001:2015 Production Certified
  • Lifetime Warranty

Screwdriver Kit also available.

Applications:

  • Non-sparking flat head screwdriver for use in petrochemical, grain production (explosive-dust), utilities, and hazmat applications.
  • Non-magnetic flat head screwdriver for use in MRI/NMR, nuclear products, electronic manufacturing, and other sensitive equipment.
  • Corrosion Resistant flat head screwdriver for use in desalination plants, chemical/paper manufacturing, and shipyards.

  • Standard Sizes
  • ALLOYS & USE
No.
a
inch
b
inch
Wt.
lbs.
mm
b
mm
Wt.
kg
Ex801-3B1/820.023750.0075
Ex801-4B3/1640.0441000.016
Ex801-6SB1/440.0861000.038
Ex801-6B1/460.1161500.048
Ex801-8B5/1660.2181500.092
Ex801-10SB3/880.38102000.17
Ex801-10B3/8120.55103000.25
Copper Beryllium (CuBe) only
How to Choose the Correct Alloy for Your Application
 Aluminum-Bronze (AlBr) AlloyCopper-Beryllium (CuBe2) Alloy
Zone CompatibilityFulfill demand in ATEX Directive 94/9/EC for work in Zones 1, 2, 21 and 22Fulfill demand in ATEX Directive 94/9/EC for work in Zones 0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22
Hardness27 HRC38 HRC
DurabilityNot as durable as CuBe.Very durable due to high hardness and tensile strength.
Magnetic PropertiesLow magnetism due to minimal ferrous components. Appropriate for non-critical non-magnetic applications.Non-ferrous components; safer for applications demanding non-magnetic properties.
CompositionAl: 10.3%
Fe: 4.5%
Ni: 4.5%
Other: 0.5%
Cu: Balance
Be: 1.9%
Co + Ni: 0.4%
Other: 0.5%
Cu: Balance

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Use Guidelines
Proper UseMisuse
Keep the screwdriver handle clean; a greasy handle is apt to cause an accident.
Use a screw-holding screwdriver to get screws started in awkward, hard-to-reach areas.
Screwdrivers used in the shop are best stored in a rack. This way, the proper selection of the right screwdriver can be quickly made. Use a ratchet-type screwdriver for speed and comfort when a great number of screws are to be driven.
A rounded tip should be redressed with a file; make sure the edges are straight.
Use an offset screwdriver in close quarters where a conventional screwdriver cannot be used.
Don't use a screwdriver with rounded
edges or tips; it will slip and cause damage to the work or yourself.
Don't use pliers on the handle of a screwdriver to get extra turning power. A wrench should only be used on the square shank or bolster of a screwdriver that is especially designed for that purpose. Don't hold the work in one hand while using the screwdriver with the other. If the screwdriver slips out of the slot (we
told you to use the right size screwdriver!) you will be most likely to receive a gash on your hand.
Don't use a screwdriver for prying, punching, chiseling, scoring, or scraping.
Don't use a screwdriver to check a storage battery or to determine if an electrical circuit is live.
Don't expose a screwdriver blade to excessive heat as it may reduce the hardness of the blade.
Don't use a screwdriver near a live wire or for electrical testing.
Don't use a screwdriver with a split or broken handle. Don't use a screwdriver for stirring paint.

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