Dumont produces high quality handmade tweezers, and has gained the popularity of all researchers over the years. Developed in 1875 by Arnold Dumont in La Sagne, Switzerland. There is a variety of material which is used to make Dumont tweezers, is shown below:
- Biological Grade: Made from Dumoxel steel, the highest quality steel that is available. These tweezers have very fine points, they are non-magnetic, and anti-corrosive. They are the most reliable for all of your precision work
Inox 08 is a medical stainless steel composed of C, Mn, Cr, Mo and V that provides an excellent resistance to corrosion and a good resistance to salt. Although not as hard as Carbon steels, Inox 08 offers excellent resistance to corrosion. This magnetic alloy supports temperatures of around 400°C (DIN 50914) and is suitable for autoclave sterilization at 180°C.