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Metal-detectable safety cutter

16 August 2011

Safety Knife Services has launched a metal-detectable safety cutter from Klever Innovations, a disposable concealed bladed safety cutter for the food processing industries

The knife has a multitude of uses, its main applications being, cardboard, plastic wrappings, bags, shrinkwrap, taped boxes and strapping. The benefits of the Metal Detectable Klever Kutter are manifold and include

 Food contact allowed
 Reduce cut injuries - recessed blade prevents contact with fingers
 Reduce stock damage
 Dual hook design lasts twice as long as single blade cutters
 Washable

Safety Knife Services provides advice on all cutting applications, through telephone support, on-line discussions and customer’s visits. The range of Klever Innovations products are backed up by a range of other safety knives and PPE products and accessories.

For a sample or demonstration of the Metal Detectable Klever Kutter contact Nick Watts on 0844 9977 888 or 07977 702 702


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