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- Product Code: WW-1960-1002
- Manufacturer Code: GKT03104
- Package Type: Large Letter
- Shopping Category: Hardware > Tools > Cutters > Handheld Metal Shears & Nibblers
Solid SK5 Blade Mitre Shears
(Supplied with blade and choice of spare)
Hard-wearing solid blade for professional use!
Professional solid blade gasket and trim shear for sharp, clean cuts at precise angles on materials including plastic, gasket and strip wood.
Designed with a broad anvil base plate to cut against, the mitre shear simplifies the cutting of flexible materials (such as window and door seals, decorative trims, sealing strips and battens) which is why it is becoming an invaluable tool for the uPVC window, conservatory and roofline industry.
Features & Benefits
- Base plate angle markings (45-90°) for accurate cutting
- Hardwearing SK5 blade can be sharpened or replaced
- Solid durable construction with safety lock
- Base plate supports flexible material during cutting
- Cushion grip handles for extra comfort and safety
Did you know? Although SK5 blade is made from hard, long wearing chrome vanadium steel, as all blades it can become blunt. These blades can be sharpened if necessary and new replacement blades (GKT03105) and base plates (GKT03106) are available.
|Base Plate Angle Markings||45° to 90°|
|Blade Type||SK5 solid shear blade|
|Material||Steel and Chrome Vanadium Steel|
|Size (l x w h)||220mm x 75mm x 70mm|
|Application||Cutting of plastic, rubber, leather and strip wood.|
|Maximum Material Height||15mm|
|Maximum Cut Length||50mm|
|Maximum Material Width||50mm (90° cut), 35mm (45° cut)|
Fitting and Usage
Using the Mitre Shear
The mitre shear is fitted with a flip latch that locks the jaws closed when not in use for safety and to protect the blade. To use, just release the jaws by flipping the safety latch and place the item to be cut on the base plate. Just squeeze the handles to cut. Remember to use the angles marked into the base plate for quick and accurate cuts from 45° to 90°.
Avoid overloading the cutters to maximise life of the product.