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July 12th, 2007

New At PB Swiss Tools: Color Coding According To Type Of Screw And Size

Abstract:
The correct Precision Bit at a glance. No more frustration and wasted time. Thanks to the color coding, you have the right bit at hand in a short time. There is an almost unlimited number of types and variations of bits. The color coding of the various types of bit means that you can easily distinguish between, for example, Phillips and Pozidriv bits at a glance. Also, being able to tell the difference between the sizes by the color rings means an additional reduction of the daily workload. The colored nanotech coating is an attractive protection against rust. Examinations and tests show that hard metal or diamond coatings quickly wear off and loose their function. The most important characteristic of quality bits are a distinctive tenacity with at the same time a high hardness and their exactness. The PB Swiss Tools PrecisionBits assortment fulfills these requirements. Our universal bits for all applications simplify the storage and the overview.

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