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SKU #10534

Cuchillas para cincel

Precio habitual $19.99 USD
Precio habitual Precio de oferta $19.99 USD
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Las cuchillas para cincel Slice® 10534 combinan nuestro excepcional filo  finger-friendly® seguro para los dedos con un óxido de zirconio muy resistente para conseguir un filo de raspado más estable, preciso y seguro. Estas cuchillas, ideales para trabajos detallados, son compatibles con casi todos los mangos de cutters para manualidades y bisturís de Slice. Son químicamente inertes, aptas para su uso en autoclave y no conducen la electricidad por lo que son perfectas para fabricantes de componentes electrónicos o trabajadores de laboratorio. Al igual que el resto de las cuchillas cerámicas de Slice, son seguras al tacto y duran hasta 11 veces más que otras cuchillas de metal con características similares. 

  • Tipo de cuchilla: cincel
  • Más segura que las cuchillas tradicionales
  • Filo finger-friendly® que raspa con eficacia
  • Dura hasta 11,2 veces más que las cuchillas de acero para cincel
  • Menos cambios de hoja = menos lesiones
  • Minimiza lesiones, reduce los costes
  • No produce chispas, no conduce la electricidad, no magnética
  • Químicamente inerte, nunca se oxida
  • Sin aceite ni lubricantes
  • No requiere un contenedor para objetos afilados
  • 100% reciclable
  • Segura hasta 1600°C
  • Mangos compatibles: 10548, 10589, 10568
  • 4 cuchillas de un solo filo en cada paquete
  • SKU #10534

Product Specifications

Cutting Depth:

Material: zirconium oxide

Dimensions: L 1.3 in x W0.32 in x H0.04 in

Weight: 0.02 lb

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FAQ

What Are Chisel Blades Made From?

Traditionally, chisels are made from a metal such as tempered steel. While the angles may vary, the blade edges are typically bevelled, allowing for a thinner point of contact on an otherwise thick blade. This allows the user to exert a fair bit of force on the chisel, either by hand for detailed work, or with a mallet for larger scale chiselling. It also wears down the edge over time, meaning anyone working with steel should know how to sharpen chisel blades.

Slice safety ceramics—made from 100 percent zirconium oxide—last up to 11 times longer than steel, so it’s unlikely you’ll need to sharpen your Slice blade any time soon. Even if you could (our blades are sharpened on diamond wheels), we don’t recommend sharpening our blades because you won’t be able to achieve our safer finger-friendly® edge at home.

How Easily Do Slice Chisels Break?

In order to achieve our safer finger-friendly grind, we use a thicker blade than most steel blades, and a material that’s much harder than steel. For this reason, our blades are very strong when used properly. In the case of chisels, as long as the blade is used to scrape or push materials, it’s very unlikely to break. If you subject the blade to a side load, it may break as it’s not designed for this kind of pressure. But then, no chisel is. As far as shattering, advanced ceramics are extremely unlikely to shatter when dropped. Read more about this in our FAQ: Do Slice Ceramic Safety Blades Break Easily?

Which Slice Handles Are Compatible With the Chisel Blades?

Our blades are made for precision chiselling and are therefore compatible with most of our precision knife handles. The 10534 blades work with our 10568 scalpel and our 10548 and 10589 craft handles. Because of the slot angle, these blades are not compatible with the 10580 Precision Knife.