The SECUMAX PLASTICUT is different from the other products in our range but only in detail.
But you know: that's what often matters most.
This flexible disposable cutter is best used for thin film and paper.
Due to its width of just 3mm, cutting protective film stretched over a thin gulley as between door and pillar on a new car is also possible.
The blade is made of stainless steel, the cutting edge is Tin coated.
And the SECUMAX PLASTICUT is perforated - in case you want to add additional fittings later on.
NO BLADE CHANGE
The SECUMAX PLASTICUT is a disposable safety knife. Since you do not have to change the blade, neither you nor your staff can come into contact with it. An additional benefit as far as safety is concerned.
Nose for piercing
NOSE FOR PIERCING
You will not put away the SECUMAX PLASTICUT so easily. That's because it is comfortable, light and handy. It has a slightly raised and pointed nose and is therefore ideal for piercing into the material to be cut.
Stainless steel blade
STAINLESS STEEL BLADE
Not all film cutters are fitted with a stainless steel blade. The SECUMAX PLASTICUT is an exception. What's more: even its cutting edge is TiN-coated. Both increase the value and durability of your cutting tool.
The quality blade is safely embedded between the nose and the handle. So it only cuts what you really want to cut. And there is no risk to your goods while doing so.
To protect your fingers
TO PROTECT YOUR FINGERS
The perforation in the handle has a very specific purpose: You can attach an additional finger protection bracket here. The hand that is cutting will then be able to grip better. Better safe than sorry.
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