Combination spanner set ELORA 205S SB, DIN 3113, Form B


The combination spanner set is crafted in Germany from Chrome-Vanadium 31CrV3 steel, featuring dual-end fit, cranked design, and corrosion-resistant finish, housed in a plastic pouch with compliance to DIN 3113, Form B, ISO 3318, and ISO 7738.


ELORA 205S-SB combination spanner set is a collection of high-quality tools, expertly crafted in Germany. This set includes spanners made from ELORA-Chrome-Vanadium 31CrV3 steel, known for its strength and durability. Each spanner is long, with cranked jaws that are polished and shafts that are matt chrome plated, enhancing both their functionality and corrosion resistance.

Combination spanner set ELORA 205S SB, DIN 3113, Form B

The set is designed for versatility, with each spanner having two ends that fit the same nut size, making it more convenient for various applications. It comes packaged in a durable plastic rolling pouch equipped with a suspension eye, facilitating easy storage and transport.

Combination spanner set ELORA 205S SB, DIN 3113, Form B

Compliance with international standards is key for professional-grade tools, and this set meets DIN 3113, Form B, ISO 3318, and ISO 7738 specifications, ensuring its reliability and quality across different working environments. The assortment includes spanners of various sizes, making it suitable for a wide range of tasks.

– Material: ELORA-Chrome-Vanadium 31CrV3 / 1.2208
– Finish: Jaw polished, shaft matt chrome plated
– Design: Cranked, long version where both ends fit the same nut size
– Storage: Comes in a plastic rolling pouch with suspension eye
– Compliance: According to DIN 3113, Form B, ISO 3318, ISO 7738

DIN 3113, Form B standard refers to specifications for combination spanners, which are tools used for gripping and turning nuts, bolts, and other fasteners. This German standard ensures that these tools meet specific requirements for mechanical properties, dimensions, and tolerances to ensure they perform effectively and safely.

Form B of DIN 3113 specifies the design of the spanner, including the offset angle of the ring end and the overall length of the tool, which optimizes the spanner for better access to recessed or difficult-to-reach fasteners. The criteria defined in this standard help guarantee that the tools are reliable for professional use in various industries, including automotive and machinery maintenance. By adhering to these standards, manufacturers ensure that their spanners can be used universally across similar applications globally, maintaining consistency in quality and performance.

The difference between DIN 3113, Form B and DIN 3113, Form A

DIN 3113, Form A: This form specifies spanners with a straight pattern. The jaws and ring ends are aligned on the same plane, which makes them suitable for general purposes. The design is straightforward, providing good access to fasteners in relatively open spaces where angles and obstructions are minimal.

DIN 3113, Form B: In contrast, Form B spanners are designed with an offset at the ring end. This offset typically involves a 15-degree angle relative to the handle, which improves the ease of access in confined or awkward spaces. The offset design helps in avoiding knuckle injuries by providing more clearance between the user’s hand and the work surface.

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