Traces of nickel, aluminium or copper are generally found in every steel, and thus in every pair of scissors. They form as accompanying elements in the molten steel. These accompanying elements, however, only form in such small quantities that they have no effect on the material properties. TONDEO uses the designation “unalloyed nickel”, to account for the fact that there is no such thing as absolutely nickel-free steel. “Unalloyed nickel” means that no nickel was added to the steel and therefore nickel is only contained in negligible traces as an accompanying element in the molten steel.
TONDEO does not use the term “nickel-free” since as with the term “alcohol-free” in the corresponding beer types, this is not entirely correct.
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TONDEO GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMSFeed? DLC coating? Damascus steel? In the TONDEO Glossary of Technical Terms, you’ll find every common hairdressing term.
TONDEO GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS