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SKU #10404

Cuchillas para cutter para cajas de cartón (punta redonda)

Precio habitual $19.99 USD
Precio habitual Precio de oferta $19.99 USD
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Las cuchillas para cutter para cajas de cartón 10404 de Slice® son compatibles con los cutters para cajas de cartón, con los lápices cutter y con los mini cutters. Estas cuchillas, fabricadas de óxido de circonio 100%, conservan su afilado 11 veces más que las de acero y cuentan con nuestro filo finger-friendly® patentado. Las cuchillas de seguridad de Slice no necesitan recubrimiento de aceite ni ningún mantenimiento especial, no producen chispas, no son magnéticas y nunca se oxidan. La punta redonda de la 10404 ofrece una protección extra ante las posibles lesiones por punción causadas de forma accidental. Cuando necesite un filo nuevo bastará con darle la vuelta a la cuchilla reversible.

  • Tipo de cuchilla: punta redonda
  • Más seguras que las cuchillas tradicionales
  • Filo finger-friendly® que corta con eficacia
  • Duran hasta 11.2 veces más que las cuchillas de metal
  • Menos cambios de cuchilla = menos lesiones
  • Reducen las lesiones y los costes
  • No producen chispas, no conducen la electricidad, no son magnéticas
  • Son químicamente inertes, nunca se oxidan
  • Sin lubricantes ni aceites
  • No necesitan contenedores para objetos afilados
  • 100% reciclable
  • La cuchilla es segura para trabajar entre -40°C y 1600°C
  • Mangos compatibles: 10400, 10474, 10475, 10476, 10495, 10503, 10512, 10513, 10514, 10515
  • 4 cuchillas de doble cara por paquete
  • SKU #10404

Product Specifications

Cutting Depth:

Material: zirconium oxide

Dimensions: L 1.31 in x W0.25 in x H0.05 in

Weight: 0.03 lb

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FAQ

What Are Box Cutter Blades?

Box cutter blades are removable components that include the cutting edge of your box cutter. Different styles of box cutter blade exist for different kinds of tools. These include snap-off metal blades and metal or ceramic one-piece box cutter replacement blades. Replacing the blade in a box cutter is a common cause of injury with traditional blades (both metal and ceramic) because their edges are extremely sharp.

What Are the Important Box Cutter Safety Considerations?

When looking at safety, it's important to consider several different aspects of your tool. Dimensions are most relevant when looking at how much blade will be exposed during cutting. How to change a box cutter blade will differ with various handle styles and is also worth considering, since accidents often happen when users switch blades in their knives. The easier the box cutter blade replacement process, the less likely you are to be injured.

Blade disposal is also important. If you're using dangerous traditional blades, a sharps box is essential. With Slice's rounded-tip finger-friendly® safety blades, you do not require a sharps disposal setup. Lastly, if safety is your most important concern, it makes sense to choose a rounded tip rather than a pointed tip. However, for some applications that require piercing to initiate the cut, a pointed tip is required. This may also necessitate sharps box disposal. Be sure to take this into account when choosing your blade.

Why Choose Slice Ceramic Blades?

Slice blades are designed with safety in mind. We use 100 percent zirconium oxide, which is much harder than steel. Because of its hardness and edge retention, our ceramics don’t need to be sharpened to excess in order to be effective. Our blades start out less sharp than a dangerously sharp traditional blade and will retain cutting effectiveness for an average of 11 times longer than steel. In addition, our ceramic blades are non-conductive, non-sparking, chemically inert, and never rust, making them ideal for many industrial applications.

How Often Should I Replace My Box Cutter Blade?

All box cutter blades need to be replaced as soon as they get too dull and require excessive pressure to effectively cut material. With a steel blade, this happens very quickly as steel is a relatively soft material. Slice ceramics are much harder and therefore hold their edge longer. So while your Slice blade will eventually dull, it will take eleven times longer to do so.