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Introduction to the Aluminum Bronze Tool and Beryllium Copper Tool

Aluminum Bronze Tools User Guide
1. Grey tinged with yellow in color, the al-bronze alloy tool is made with noble metal.
2. This product meets the GBEx IIB standard, with a surface hardness reaching HRC20-30 and tensile strength varying between 75 kgf/mm2 and 85kgf/mm2. All other technical specifications of this product are on par with related international standards.
3. This tool is safe to be continuously used in environments with ethylene concentration below 7.8%. It does not create sparks from impact or friction that might cause ignition of ethylene.
4. At the start of use, operators should clean any grease or dirt off the tool surface. For proper use of the tool, please refer to the handbook of steel tool user guide.
5. After every use, wipe any filthy deposit off the tool surface. Store the tool in a cool and dry place.
6. There should be time intervals between uses of hammer to strike objects for more than 10 times. Upon discovering any sticky scraps adhering to the hammerhead, remove them immediately before the hammer returning to work.
7. Users should not exert more force against the wrench than it can structurally withstand. Do not attach any steel tubes or bind other bar stocks to the wrench handle for extension. Do not use a hammer to strike the wrench to tighten the fastener, except in cases of a striking wrench.
8. Tools with blades should be properly ground. Put the blade in the water channel and make it touch lightly the grinding wheel. Do not hold the blade too tightly against the grinding wheel or keep them in physical contact for a long time.
9. In practical use of the tool for hammering or pounding any objects, clear the surrounding job site as well as any oxides of a corrosive nature on the object surface in case there are foreign matters joining in the pounding or hammering action.

Beryllium Copper Tools User Guide
1. The beryllium copper tool is a world widely accepted non-sparking product. Made of military materials mixing with less-common noble metals, this tool comes in the color of gold.
2. With a surface hardness varying between HRC30 and HRC40 and tensile strength between l05 kgf/mm2 and 120kgf/ mm2, this series of product meet the GBEx IIC standard. Other technical specifications are on par with the international standards.
3. This type of non-sparking tool is suitable for use in environments with a hydrogen concentration below 21%. Its non-sparking nature allows the tool to operate in a constant, fast motion without stop, as it does not create any sparks from impact or friction that might cause ignition of hydrogen gas.
4. Before use, the product needs to be rid of any grease or dirt from its surface. For proper use of the tool, please refer to the handbook of steel tool user guide.
5. After each time of use, wipe the filthy deposit off the tool surface. Place the tool in a dry and cool place when it is unused.
6. Do not use the hammering tool continuously for more than 15 times of striking action without stop. Upon discovering any sticky scraps adhering to the working surface during operation, remove them immediately before repeat use is possible.
7. Do not exert more force to the wrench than it can handle. Neither should you attach steel tubes nor bind other bar stocks to the handle for increased leverage. Do not use a hammer to strike the wrench for tightening or loosening of fasteners, but the striking wrench is an exception.
8. Tools with blades should be put into the water channel and touched lightly to the abrasive wheel for grinding. Do not hold the blade too tightly against the wheel or keep them in touch for too long time.
9. In practical use of hammer or wrench, users should firstly clear the job site and remove the oxides formed on the surface of object to be hammered or turned. This can prevent foreign matters joining in the striking or twisting action.
10. Non-magnetic feature of the beryllium copper tool allows it function properly when exposed to a magnetic field.