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6/15/2017

Aven Launches Product Site for Non-Sparking Hand Tools

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Avensafetytools.com presents the company’s range of products, including non-sparking, non-magnetic and anti-corrosive tools.

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Aven (Ann Arbor, Michigan) has launched avensafetytools.com, which offers a large selection of safety tools for critical applications. The website includes non-sparking, non-magnetic and anti-corrosive tools for a safer work environment.

A single spark from a tool in the presence of gas, liquids or explosives can cause catastrophic injury and property damage. Aven Safety Tools offers non-sparking tools designed to give users the ability to complete tasks without putting anything or anyone at risk. These specialized tools are available in beryllium copper, stainless steel, titanium, or insulated. Specific products include wrenches, hammers, knives and scrapers, brushes, pliers, chisels and bars, punches, screwdrivers, shears and wedges, containers, sockets, and a variety of non-sparking tool kits.

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