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Ceramic Utility Knife Blades (Pointed Tip)

  • Utility Knife Blades (Pointed Tip)
  • Utility Knife Blades With Pointed Tips - Features
  • Ceramic Utility Knife Blades (Pointed Tip)
  • Slice 10528 Utility Knife Blades  - Compatible Handles
  • Ceramic Utility Knife Blades (Pointed Tip)
 SKU #10528
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Slice 10528 utility knife blades have a pointed tip for cuts that require a piercing action. As with all Slice ceramic safety blades, our 10528 blades are non-sparking, non-magnetic, chemically inert, safe up to 1600 degrees Celsius, and never rust. These blades are compatible with all Slice utility knife models.

  • Blade type: pointed-tip replaceable
  • 3 dual-sided blades per pack
  • Compatible tools: 10550, 10554, 10558
  • Finger-friendly edge stays sharp 11x longer
  • Reduces injuries, lowers costs
  • Non-sparking, non-conductive, non-magnetic
  • Safe up to 1600 degrees Celsius
  • Chemically inert, never rusts
  • No-tool blade change
  • Fewer blade changes = fewer injuries
  • SKU #10528

Product Specifications  

L 65.0 x W 12.0 x H 1.3 mm
zirconium oxide
4.8 g

More About Slice Ceramic Utility Knife Blades

Are Slice Ceramic Utility Knife Blades Safer?

Compared with standard steel blades, the answer is yes. When you search “how to change a utility knife blade”, you learn that the process is often dangerous. Overly sharp steel blades and snap-off varieties leave your hands vulnerable to injury.

Because we developed a proprietary finger-friendly edge for our ceramics, handling a Slice ceramic blade is less dangerous than handling steel utility knife blades. Our manufacturing process creates an edge that effectively cuts material but resists cutting skin.

Slice utility knife replacement blades are made from hard zirconium oxide, which holds its edge, on average, 11.2 times longer than steel. This means you’ll be handling your blade much less often, also reducing the chance of injuries.

Which Type of Utility Knife Blade Should I Use for the Job?

The best utility knife blades will depend on your application. For most cuts, our 10526 (rounded tip) blades will do the job. The rounded tip provides an added layer of safety against accidental puncture wounds. For some materials, though, a pointed tip is required. A pointed tip initiates a clean cut with a piercing action and is best used for materials like shrink wrap, laminating sheets and plastic banding.

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