DEEP CUT. HIGH QUALITY.
Just like the other PROFIs in the MARTOR range, the SECUNORM PROFI40 is a highly professional cutting tool, particularly when it comes to cutting open all different types of sacks or bags.
Some cutting tasks demand a longer blade length and for these tasks especially, the SECUNORM PROFI40 with its 40mm blade length is your answer.
The safety knife is robust, the blade resistant to breakage and is suitable for use by both left and right-handers.
The automatic blade retraction of the SECUNORM PROFI40 guarantees a high degree of safety from cut injuries.
As soon as you have started to cut, take your thumb off the slider.
Then the blade will retract into the handle immediately after leaving the material being cut.
LONG STABLE BLADE
What does this safety knife have over the standard Profi knife? The SECUNORM PROFI 40 features a 40mm long blade that is resistant to breakage and is ideal for when you need a longer cutting blade e.g. for opening sacks and for cutting paper from the reel.
The plastic insert of the SECUNORM PROFI40 slots into a fully aluminium body. With its robust design, this safety knife can cope with high cutting frequencies over an extended period of time.
TOOL FREE BLADE CHANGE
Blade change is easy. Simply push the plastic insert out of the handle and with care, replace the blade.
FOR RIGHT AND LEFT HANDERS
The SECUNORM PROFI40 is suitable for every hand! If you are a left-hander, simply turn the blade 180° and your cutting tool is ready to use.
The SECUNORM Profi40 is fitted with MARTOR Styropor Blade #7940. Available in packs of 10 blades.
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