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Tungsten Carbide Surgical Instruments

Tungsten carbide is also used for making surgical instruments meant for open surgery (scissors, forceps, hemostats, blade-handles, etc.) and laparoscopic surgery (graspers, scissors/cutter, needle holder, curettes, etc.).

Surgical instrument online is very specific and has well defined parameters. ... Tungsten carbide is among the hardest materials known.

A gold handle on scissors, forceps, or needle holders means they have tungsten carbide (TC) inserts on the working surfaces. TC is one of the hardest alloys used for surgical instruments. They are approximately twice as expensive as standard instruments, but can last five times longer, cutting the same tissue.

 When you require a high quality instrument, Tungsten Carbide adds several advantages to your instrument, whether there is a need for a hard and durable

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