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January 20th, 2004

Sandvik and Philips Develop Nanoflex Shaver Steel

A close co-operation between Philips and materials specialists from Sandvik Materials Technology has led to the development and manufacture of a unique stainless strip steel, called Sandvik Nanoflex™, for use in key shaver components - the stationary cutter head, the rotating cutting knife and the hair lifter. The initial development of the Cool Skin Electric Shaver, designed to be used with a shaving cream and then cleaned in running water placed extra demands on corrosion resistance and called for a steel which also would have strength as well as formability.


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