PFERD Products

PFERD offers the winning combination of quality tools, drives and personalized consultation that will deliver an ideal solution for your surface finishing and material cutting tasks.


We will answer your questions on different applications, materials or tool drives.


PFERD customers benefit from many additional services. Here you can find a selection of the services that contribute to your added value when working with PFERD.


The PFERD Tool Manual (Catalogue) contains more than 6,500 tools and valuable knowledge related to surface finishing and material cutting.


PFERD is leading in the development, production and support, as well as in the distribution, of tool solutions for work on surfaces and material cutting.


We will answer your questions on different applications, materials or tool drives.


Diamond files Diamond needle files Diamond needle filesThree square

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EDP Number: 04030

Technical information

Length 5-1/2
Shank dia. 1/8
Width 9/64
Grit size FEPA D 91 fine 170/200
Coating length 2-3/4
Packing unit 1 pcs.
EDP number 04030


For 200 years, PFERD has been manufacturing files of a world-renowned high quality. The experience gained over many years as a manufacturer is constantly used for the development of PFERD files. Application-oriented file shapes and cuts for industry and crafts guarantee good economic value. Even after long use, PFERD files achieve high stock removal rates and an excellent surface quality.

Diamond files and sheets are used particularly successfully for tasks where conventional files fail due to the hardness of the workpiece material.

Diamond needle files are designed for general use in tool making. Diamond needle files in extra slim design are ideal for work on deep-set and narrow contours.

Materials that can be worked:

  • Abrasive materials
  • Case-hardened steels
  • Steel, cast steel
  • Hardened, heat-treated steels over 1,200 N/mm2 (over 38 HRC)
  • Ferrite (magnetic material)
  • Glass
  • Graphite and synthetic carbon
  • Tungsten carbide
  • Steel materials with a hardness over 54 HRC
  • Nickel- or titanium-based superalloys
  • Other non-ferrous metals
  • High-temperature-resistant materials
  • Technical ceramics
  • Tool steels


  • Weld dressing
  • Deburring
  • Surface work
  • Work on edges
  • Work on edges (chamfering, rounding)
  • Removing oxide layers
  • Cleaning
  • Fine finishing

Drive types:

  • Manual application


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