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Polystyrene Hot Wire Foam Cutter HILLCUTTER-3014 (230V) 1,350mm length - Insulation Cutter

Polystyrene Hot Wire Foam Cutter HILLCUTTER-3014 (230V) 1,350mm length - Insulation Cutter

Particularly lightweight, however stable and corrosion-proof, aluminium construction serves fro convenient lifting and support on the scaffolds. This lightweight device, which can be carried effortlessly to a height on the construction site and suspended with a handle on the scaffold, has its niche between the simple handiwork devices such as the Easycutter II and the professional machines of the HILLCUTTER-PRO.

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Lightweight aluminium construction - More efficient due to lightness!!

Particularly lightweight, however stable and corrosion-proof, aluminium construction serves for convenient lifting and support on the scaffolds. This lightweight device, which can be carried effortlessly to a height on the construction site and suspended with a handle on the scaffold, has its niche between the simple handiwork devices such as the Easycutter II and the professional machines of the HILLCUTTER-PRO.

Comes with tool bag which includes: Tape measure and Marker Pen. The tool bag comes with Hook and Loop fastening so that you can secure it to the unit or on a wall / work surface. Replacement wire available here.

With integrated scaffold suspension - Suspend on the scaffold and start work! In case of work with large non-plasticized foam slabs, the side support prevents the unintentional sliding of the non-plasticized foam slab during cutting. The HILLCUTTER-3014 can also be later extended by the side support.

Our HILLCUTTER-3014 Hot Wire Foam Cutter will get those unwieldy blocks or sheets of Styrofoam knocked down to manageable sizes. Widely used by everyone from Sculptors to Roofers. It is ideal for cutting Styrofoam and Similar synthetic insulating materials. This Hot Wire Cutter comes attached to measuring table that would be ideal for vertical and angled cuts.

Scaffold support fixture: The scaffold support fixture enables fast fixing of the non-plasticized foam cutter. On the scaffold: Place on tighten screws - ready!

Limit stop rider: A small detail, but important in practice: This non-plasticized foam cutter is equipped with limit stop rider. In this way, rapid and precise repeat cuts can be implemented.

Transformer: The transformer is already assembled on the device and the non-plasticized foam cutter is ready for action immediately.

  • Cut length: 1,350mm
  • Cut depth: 330mm
  • Slab support surface: 1,000mm
  • Side placement surfaces: 400mm
  • Frame: Welded and powder-coated aluminium
  • Bow: Powder-coated aluminium with ball-bearing supported guide
  • Bow adjustment range: 0-90°
  • Weight: 14 kg
  • Transformer power with thermo-protection: 220-230V / 50-60 Hz / 37 V, 160 VA / IP 68

Benefits compared to the standard bow cutters include:

  • Measuring table ensures accurate vertical cuts
  • Table set up also allows accurate angled cuts
  • A defined depth of cut can be set, to ensure accurate cut out of blocks.

Can also be used in building and packaging industry.

 

Applications
Widely used by everyone from Sculptors to Roofers. It is ideal for cutting Styrofoam and Similar insulating materials. This Hot Wire Cutter comes attached to measuring table that would be ideal for vertical and angled cuts.
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