Monday, January 14, 2019


Advantages of HEWER concealed blade safety CUTTERs

It is well known that the safety technology of concealed blade cutters is the most secured method as it is nearly impossible to cause injuries while cutting with the none exposed blade. However, many people experienced that the usage of concealed blade safety cutters is limited. Is this true?

The advantages to concealed blade safety cutters are numerous:
• Minimized risk of laceration.
• Minimized risk of product damage.
• Possible elimination of expensive PPE.

The original generation of concealed blade cutters had the above benefits when cutting shrink wrap, strapping, banding, box tape, etc. While they cut these materials well, there was a major drawback - they couldn't cut corrugate and other rigid materials. This was because the cutter itself was too thick and would get jammed up when cutting heavier materials.
The new generation of concealed blade safety cutters now address this problem. The latest versions of concealed blades feature a thinner head so that they can cut a larger variety of industrial materials such as boxes as thick as double wall and multilayer sacks. This new generation has not replaced the older generation, you just need to make sure you're looking at the right cutter for the materials your operators cut most frequently.
HEWER MultiSAFE 6145 and MultiSAFE 6150 are classic and the most secured technology of safety cutters in the market. If you want to get more information anout the cutters,please don't hesitate to contact us directly with any feedback or questions at

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