14508-15
14518-14
14509-15
14519-14
14508-15
14518-14
14509-15
14519-14

Metzenbaum Fino

Tungsten Carbide adds several advantages to your instrument, whether there is a need for a hard and durable sharpness or you are looking for a long-lasting cost effective instrument. This special alloy hold the sharpness of the instrument several times longer compared to conventional instruments.

Model 14508-15 and 14509-15 comes with ultra fine blunt tips for your delicate work.



Art. no Description Price
14508-15 Metzenbaum Fino Scissors, T/C Straight, Fine Tips, 14,5cm Sign in
14518-14 Metzenbaum Fino Scissors, T/C Straight, Blunt-Blunt, 14,5cm Sign in
14518-18 Metzenbaum Fino Scissors, T/C Straight, Blunt-Blunt, 18cm Sign in
14509-15 Metzenbaum Fino Scissors, T/C Curved, Fine Tips, 14,5cm Sign in
14519-14 Metzenbaum Fino Scissors, T/C Curved, Blunt-Blunt, 14,5cm Sign in
14519-18 Metzenbaum Fino Scissors, T/C Curved, Blunt-Blunt, 18cm Sign in
 

Tungsten Carbide Scissors

When you place heavy demands on your surgical instruments, be it scissors, needle holders, or forceps, you should consider the benefits of tungsten carbide, one of the hardest alloys available. Tungsten carbide scissors last almost two times longer than stainless steel, and needle holder tips can be made with a pyramid cross pattern that holds suture needles much more securely. Inlays are either glued or welded into place.

Compare the extra cost of these instruments with the length of useful wear and you have a cost effective solution for your instrument requirements. Tungsten carbide instruments are identified by their gold handles. 

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