A dielectric strength test under a 10,000-volt load in a water bath is the only way of reassuring users that their screwdrivers have been exhaustively tested for their most important feature: their insulation. Each individual Wera VDE screwdriver is subjected to this test to guarantee safe working up to 1,000 volts.
The shape that has been built by the hand. The whole hand is in contact with the handle. The smooth hard zones move through the hand like wheels when repositioning the hand on the handle.
The easy-to-grip soft zones provide optimal contact zones for the muscles of the hand to transfer a high amount of torque.
Wera uses laser technology to prevent expensive slipping in the fixing head. The micro-rough surface “bites” into the screw head and ensures that the screwdriver is held securely in the screw. Reduction of cam-out effect.
This also requires a reduction of required contact pressure.
Screwdriver with size 2.5 x 80mm does not have a lasertipThe screw symbol and tip size identification markings on the handle make it easier to find the right screwdriver in the tool case or at the workplace.The hexagonal non-roll feature prevents any annoying rolling away.
Wera firmly believe that their tools make life simpler, safer and ‘full of joy’ for their users.
They strive to never be content with existing standards. There are many screwdriving tools: but unlike others, Wera do not believe that tools have reached their ultimate stage of development. They are always searching for new ideas. They think differently. They question things. And in so doing, develop screwdriving tools such as the Zyklop ratchet and the Joker open-end wrench.