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CUTTERS SLICE THROUGH ROPE AND CABLE EASILY AND SAFELY

24-10-2019
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Enerpac has come up with a powerful new range of electrically powered wire rope and cable cutters designed reduce hazards and increase efficiency when cutting heavy duty material.

The 25kg guillotine-style cutters offer 380kN force to speedily slice through rope up to 42mm diameter and cable up to 55mm, and they can handle materials up to HR 48 hardness.

The new 230V tools complement Enerpac’s broad range of hydraulic cutter heads, including WHC, WMC, WHR and STC types in capacities from 3-20t and cutting capacities of 13-101mm.

Benefits cited for the new EWC cutters include: increased safety, with high portability, plus easy positioning facilitated by the tool’s opening head; easy and secure setup and operation, with wire rope or cable held in place by the blades during the cutting process; increased productivity, with a swift, controlled cutting process; and high durability, with the tough blades outlasting grinder or saw blades and avoiding hazards from disintegrating high-speed rotating equipment.

Enerpac
02 8717 7200
www.enerpac.com

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