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SKU #10559

Industrie-Cuttermesser

Das Slice® 10559 Industrie-Cuttermesser mit manueller Klingenverstellung lässt sich auf bis zu 7,6 cm (3 Zoll) ausfahren, sodass Sie damit besonders dicke Materialien, wie Schaumstoff, extrem dicke Wellpappe, Polster- und Isoliermaterialien, schneiden können. Mit dem robusten 5-Positionen-Griff können vier unterschiedliche Schnitttiefen eingestellt werden, die sich für eine Vielzahl von Arbeiten in Produktion und Werkstatt eignen. Die verschiedenen Klingenlängen sind: 6 mm, 28 mm, 53 mm und 76 mm. Dieses Werkzeug verfügt außerdem über eine finger-friendly® Sicherheitsklinge von Slice, die effektiv schneidet, aber bei Berührung um ein Vielfaches sicherer ist als herkömmliche Metall- oder Keramikklingen. Unser werkzeugloses Klingentausch-System erlaubt es, die Klinge ohne Verwendung zusätzlicher Werkzeuge zu tauschen oder zu drehen. Das Cuttermesser kann sowohl von Rechts- als auch Linkshändern benutzt werden, denn Sie können die Klingenrichtung ganz einfach ändern. Sicherheitsklingen von Slice sind chemisch neutral, funkenfrei, ölfrei und rosten nicht. Sie halten bis zu 11 Mal länger als vergleichbare Stahlklingen.

  • Vorinstallierte Klinge: abgerundet
  • Robuster Nylon-Griff
  • Manuelle Klingenverstellung mit 4 Schneidpositionen
  • Beidhändiges Design: Linkshänder ändern einfach die Klingenrichtung
  • Effektive Klinge mit finger-friendly® Sicherheitsschliff
  • Minimiertes Verletzungsrisiko, geringere Kosten
  • Funkenfreie, nicht leitende, unmagnetische Klinge
  • Die chemisch neutrale Klinge rostet nicht
  • Öl- und schmiermittelfreie Klinge
  • Klinge aus 100% Zirkonoxid
  • Klingenschneide hält bis zu 11,2 Mal länger als Metall
  • Weniger Klingenwechsel = weniger Verletzungen
  • Die Klinge ist hitzestabil bis 1600°C
  • Passende Klingen: 10538, 10539, 10540
  • Werkzeugloser Klingentausch
  • Art.-Nr. 10559

Great for:

  • Cutting thick materials like foam, batting, and fiberglass insulation

Produktdetails

Cutting Depth: 3,11 in

Material: GFN, POM, stainless steel, carbon steel, zirconium oxide

Dimensions: L 6,1 in x W1,35 in x H0,85 in

Weight: 0.101 kg

Sell Sheet




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FAQ - Häufige Fragen

What Are Industrial Knives?

An industrial knife is any knife designed for use in an industrial setting. More specifically, some cutting applications are much more common in manufacturing or industrial workplaces. While it’s certainly possible to use these tools around the home, it happens less frequently. Of course, the tool you use depends on what you need it to do, and many home workshops or craft rooms contain specialized tools.

Are These the Only Knives You Make for Industrial Use?

In a sense, all our knives are industrial knives because they were designed for—and often in conjunction with—industrial customers, to meet their needs. The term ‘industrial’ also implies a certain level of durability, since industrial settings require constant tool use over long periods of time. We use sturdy materials such as reinforced (glass-filled) nylon for our handles. One of our customers even submitted a video of him running over our box cutter with a forklift, and not leaving a scratch.

The Slice® box cutters were originally designed to cut 98 percent of the corrugated on the market (double-walled corrugated). When manufacturers asked for a longer blade to deal with triple-walled corrugated and other, thicker, materials, we introduced our line of utility knives. Some manufacturers, especially those dealing with thick industrial foam components or insulation, needed an even longer blade, which is why we introduced our 10559 and 10560 knives.

What Makes the Slice Industrial Cutting Blades Different?

Typical industrial knives and blades feature dangerously over-sharpened metal blades. Because metal is a soft material, it dulls quickly. Blade manufacturers sharpen metal excessively in order to compensate for its quick dulling and extend the lifespan of the product. Unfortunately, most ceramic blade manufacturers also use this level of sharpness, simply because it’s what people have come to expect.

Slice reexamined advanced ceramics and the definition of effective sharpness and created a proprietary grind that results in a finger-friendly® blade. All our blades stand out from their competitors—metal and ceramic—because of our safety grind, which cuts materials effectively but is safer to touch.

What Materials Can I Cut With Slice Industrial Knives?

Slice industrial cutting blades were designed specifically to cut industrial foam used in manufacturing, but can handle any material that requires a longer blade. General safety principles suggest using the shortest possible blade for the job, so if you never really need more than an inch of exposed blade, we recommend that you look at our utility knives or box cutters. But if an extra-long blade is sometimes required, the 10559 and 10560 are your best bet. Keep in mind that if you prefer one tool, the 10559 Manual Industrial Knife has four preset exposed-blade positions, so you aren’t required to fully extend the blade for every cut.

Which Slice Blade Should I Choose?

The 10559 and 10560 come with installed rounded-tip industrial cutting blades because safety managers prefer the extra protection against punctures. Most materials don’t need a pointed tip, so it makes sense to try the installed 10538 blade first. If you find, however, that you need a pointed tip to initiate the cut in your material, the 10539 blade will be the best choice. We’re also releasing the 10540 serrated industrial blade for any applications that require sawing with your Slice industrial knife.