Similar to Dumont #5 but with bevelled tips and extra light and fine shanks.
|Tip Size||0,01x0,05 mm|
|Material||Dumostar or INOX|
Dumont SA located in Switzerland has been producing the world’s finest microsurgical forceps for more than 135 years. This is a handcrafting process where each forceps point is made and adjusted by hand, part by part. Instruments from Dumont are widely known for their very high quality and consistent fineness. The full catalogue offers several thousand items, while we have selected the most popular ones within the medical field. There are several different alloys for each forceps model, each one with its own characteristics which are listed below.
INOX forceps with a ceramic PVD-thin-film-coating, giving the instrument superior hardness, longer lifetime and scratch resistance. Withstands temperature up to 300ºC, biocompatible and easy to clean and sterilize.
Is an extremely hard alloy which ensures very strong tips. It easily rusts, is magnetic and cannot be autoclaved.
A medical stainless steel that provides good resistance to corrosion, and temperature up to 400ºC. This alloy is magnetic and suitable for autoclave sterilisation.
Dumont’s finest alloy. This patented Dumont alloy is more elastic and more resistant to corrosion than the finest stainless steel. It is resistant to minerals, organic acids as well as to salt. Dumostar is 100% non magnetic and resistant up to 500 ºC.
This alloy is patented by Dumont and offers the best resistance to corrosion, mineral and organic acids due to high concentration of molybdenum and chromium. Dumoxel is 95% non magnetic, resistant up to 400ºC and suitable for autoclave sterilisation.
Totally resistant to corrosion from nitric acid, chlorides and salt water. Titanium is a soft material with 40% less weight and more flexible than.