- Don’t struggle with jamming wires stuck in the blades any more. Here is the solution.
- When it comes to cutting stranded steel wire like rigging wires, you need sharp cut. One sharp cut that slice in second.
- Many cutters that named wire cutter or cable cutter in market often ends up giving you a lot of efforts by leaving a piece of uncut wire between the blades.
- You would wonder why it doesn’t cut like onion.
- It’s because their blades are designed to cut soft cables not really for steel stranded wires.
- After many years of try-and-error, our engineers finally found the best blades for cutting wire ropes, especially for steel stranded wires.
- Made in Japan
|WC-0245||450 (18")||8 mm ( 5 /16")||1.35||WCE0245|
|WC-0260||600 (24")||10mm ( 3 / 8")||2.30||WCE0260|
|WC-0275||750 (30")||14mm ( 9 /16")||3.85||WCE0275|
|WC-0290||900 (36")||16mm ( 5 / 8")||5.50||WCE0290|
|WC-0210||1050 (42")||20mm ( 3 / 4")||8.50||WCE0210|
- Slot jaw that keeps wire in its shape
- The slot jaw is the answer. The slot on cutting blade holds the wire in its shape while cutting blade slices each wire string of the stranded wire.
- Anti-jamming mechanism
- The blades in MCC wire rope cutters never separate each other and leaving a small clearance between the cutting edge. Always the blades moves at close-contact to prevent a piece of wire from sneaking in between blades.